By Paul Mamattah
Ghana’s premier total marketing communications agency, Strategic Communications Africa, Stratcomm Africa, in partnership with Metro TV, has held the16th edition of its annual praise and worship concert, known as Praise Jam dubbed; Praise in the Park.
The praise jam was fun-packed with great doses of inspiring song ministrations under the theme: “This far by Grace”.
The event, brought together staff and friends of Stratcomm Africa, to honour and praise God for his goodness throughout the year and also ask God for his divine grace, mercy and favour for the coming year.
Patrons at the event were full of joyful spirit ,with inspiring song ministrations from seasoned gospel musicians, including, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Bethel Revival Choir, M.O.G, Kyei Mensah among others to glorify God.
In his welcome address, the Executive Director of Business Development for Stratcomm Africa, Kofi Baah-Boakye, said “God has generously gifted Stratcomm Africa excellence in communication delivery and we are delighted to give this back to him in praise.
“Through praise jam we glorify God, communicate his goodness to help edify believers and for those who have not met him to have a sweet encounter with him.” He added.
Mr Baah-Boakye, encouraged Ghanaians to appreciate God at all times for guidance and protection throughout the year and to trust in the Lord for his deliverance even in the battle against the Coronavirus outbreak in the nation.
The Chief Executive Officer of Stratcomm Africa, Madam Esther Cobbah, stated that Stratcomm Africa feels privileged to have the opportunity to use talents and skills in communication and event management to create the platform to communicate to his glory and also to help edify believers and to communicate the love of God to unbelievers for the benefit of all.
She added that we must remain strong in the word of God at all times no matter the troubles in life and admonished Ghanaians, especially those in leadership position should always look to God in whatever they do.
Madam cobbah, therefore urged Ghanaians to praise God with what they have at work and on the streets saying; praise expresses the love of God.