Minister Dulaney, tagged as traditional black and urban contemporary gospel singer, is expected to combine youthful energy and spiritual inspiration to set the stage for the soul-uplifting Good Friday Gospel show under the patronage of Harvest International Ministries.
The 34 year old Minister Dulaney, together with his band, is looking to carrying Ghana along in a marathon worship session, storming the gates of heaven, a statement issued by Harvest International Ministries, organisers of Harvest Praise and copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra on Friday stated.
The evergreen Harvest Gospel Choir, the main protagonist for the annual gospel show “Harvest Praise,” is expected to celebrate the death on the cross by Jesus Christ with wild, vibrant, youthful and intense worship and praise songs “as the death of Jesus Christ paved way for the salvation of mankind”.
Other seasoned gospel artistes for the night of crucifixion include award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer and songwriter, Joseph Oscar Mettle better known by his stage name “Joe Mettle,” and Minister Yaw Antwi Dadzie, known as “the weeping gospel singer”.
The 20th edition of Harvest Praise 2017 tagged “Victory Edition,” after consistently being oragnised by Harvest International Ministries on Good Fridays, would witness a two power-packed sessions at 1300 hours and 1800 hours.
According to the statement, Harvest Praise 2017, since its inception, promises the usual family fun with an enhanced offering of Kids - special package targeting 7 to 12 year olds with Biblical kids’ drama, movies, music and lots of fun and learning games for child worshippers.
Dr Gloria Folson, Chairperson of Harvest Praise Planning Committee, said what makes Harvest Praise an exceptional and enduring brand is its classic signature of a truly authentic worship experience.
Harvest Praise is the evangelistic tool of the Harvest International Ministries. For 18 years, the Harvest International Ministries has through Harvest Praise won hundreds of souls across the length and breadth of the nation and used the platform to also project local and international talents in the arts industry.
Its pioneering role is significantly "footprint" in gospel music event management in Ghana as many of such programmes continue to borrow ideas, concepts and even derivatives of its name - Harvest Praise.