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Revivaltime Tabernacle Caribbean Gospel Music Festival

Revivaltime Tabernacle Worldwide Ministries, located at 4340 Dufferin Street, Downsview, will host the Caribbean Gospel Music Festival on Monday, August 2 from 2 p.m. until 10 p.m. The event will feature Papa San, Judith Gayle, Carlene Davis and more. Admission is $10 at the gate. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own lawn chair.

For more information, call 416-630-9346.

- Share News - Canada


Revivaltime Tabernacle Caribbean Gospel Music Festival

Revivaltime Tabernacle Worldwide Ministries, located at 4340 Dufferin Street, Downsview, will host the Caribbean Gospel Music Festival on Monday, August 2 from 2 p.m. until 10 p.m. The event will feature Papa San, Judith Gayle, Carlene Davis and more. Admission is $10 at the gate. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own lawn chair.

For more information, call 416-630-9346.

- Share News - Canada


A gospel concert dubbed 'Necessary War' held at the Portmore Lane Covenant Community Church last Friday night, made a strong appeal to dozens of non-Christians.

Two ministers of the gospel, Evangelist Donovan Beersingh of Portmore Missionary Church, who spoke after the praise and worship segment, and Howard Roach of the host church, who spoke at the end of the concert, both made appealing altar calls. On both occasions, dozens came to the altar and received prayer as the preachers encouraged them to accept God in their lives.

On the night, three mega gospel artistes, Judith Gayle, Jason Mighty and DJ Nicholas, witnessed to the audience through music.

Gayle rushed onstage to Design to Worship, before stepping into Conqueror and later prophesied that the Messiah as the Bigger God.

Mighty performance

Mighty did a short set to make way for DJ Nicholas' music ministry and testimony.

Mighty's set included his hit song 'Ketch a Fire' with his brother, Prodigal Son.

When DJ Nicholas came onstage he was met with an outpouring of applause.

Combination tune

DJ Nicholas called Jason Mighty on stage and the duo did their hit single Want one soul. He also belted out lyrics from Round Here (... 'We don't want no drugs round here'), 'Back 2 d Owner', and Naa Bow, a combination tune with Kevin Downswell and Jermaine Edwards. However, Downswell and Edwards were not in attendance.


- The Jamaica Gleaner Company


A gospel concert dubbed 'Necessary War' held at the Portmore Lane Covenant Community Church last Friday night, made a strong appeal to dozens of non-Christians.

Two ministers of the gospel, Evangelist Donovan Beersingh of Portmore Missionary Church, who spoke after the praise and worship segment, and Howard Roach of the host church, who spoke at the end of the concert, both made appealing altar calls. On both occasions, dozens came to the altar and received prayer as the preachers encouraged them to accept God in their lives.

On the night, three mega gospel artistes, Judith Gayle, Jason Mighty and DJ Nicholas, witnessed to the audience through music.

Gayle rushed onstage to Design to Worship, before stepping into Conqueror and later prophesied that the Messiah as the Bigger God.

Mighty performance

Mighty did a short set to make way for DJ Nicholas' music ministry and testimony.

Mighty's set included his hit song 'Ketch a Fire' with his brother, Prodigal Son.

When DJ Nicholas came onstage he was met with an outpouring of applause.

Combination tune

DJ Nicholas called Jason Mighty on stage and the duo did their hit single Want one soul. He also belted out lyrics from Round Here (... 'We don't want no drugs round here'), 'Back 2 d Owner', and Naa Bow, a combination tune with Kevin Downswell and Jermaine Edwards. However, Downswell and Edwards were not in attendance.


- The Jamaica Gleaner Company


André Jebbinson, Staff Reporter


Left: Papa San performs to scores of patrons. Right: Judith Gayle thrills the crowd.

Explosive performances heralded 2007 at Genesis Triple Fest at the National Stadium in Kingston, on Monday, New Year's Day.

The most riveting set came from Prodigal Son, Papa San, DJ Nicholas and Moses, which started from as early as 3:30 p.m. and ended just before midnight.

The year's show was held under the theme, 'Tek Back Jamrock'.

Of course, with such a great line-up, the attempt to take back Jamrock was forceful, with scores of patrons indicating that they have repented and were ready to follow the Lord.

Moses's testimony

Moses had officially kicked off the night session with a bang. Many have heard his testimony before, but it always seems to have the same captivating effect.

He is one of those artistes who audiences listen to and can identify with. For that reason, he spends little time convincing his fans to get into the praise mode. It is almost automatic whenever he takes the stage.

A little more subdued, but very effective was Perpetual Praise. They carried a more serene atmosphere.

Patrons were also treated to some good 'ole time' gospel music. This segment included Judith Gayle and Dawn McDowell who ministered with conviction.

Few new groups

There were also few break-out groups that showed promise in the business, such as Perfect Love, RB Singer and Chosen Vessel.

Prodigal Son was the penultimate act on the show, but still, the old and the young alike had enough vigour to jump and prance in response to his thrilling set.

Prodigal dropped hits such as Tell Mi A Who, Ketch A Fire and Journey. What made his act very solemn was his less entertaining and more ministering approach. This left many patrons saying that Prodigal should have closed the show.

As the excitement peaked, rags were waved and cell phones hoisted to welcome Papa San.

His over the top performance had the crowd in a frenzy.

Genesis was also streamed live on the Internet. Another special feature at the show was the exciting fireworks display that disrupted the stage activities for close to 10 minutes.

There were criticisms that there was too much hype and less spiritual food for those who were seeking nourishment for the soul, but overall, most seemed pleased with the package.


Left: Patrons wave rags as they enjoy Genesis 2007 at the National Stadium Car Park on Monday. Right: Prodigal was a crowd stealer. - Photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer

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André Jebbinson, Staff Reporter


Left: Papa San performs to scores of patrons. Right: Judith Gayle thrills the crowd.

Explosive performances heralded 2007 at Genesis Triple Fest at the National Stadium in Kingston, on Monday, New Year's Day.

The most riveting set came from Prodigal Son, Papa San, DJ Nicholas and Moses, which started from as early as 3:30 p.m. and ended just before midnight.

The year's show was held under the theme, 'Tek Back Jamrock'.

Of course, with such a great line-up, the attempt to take back Jamrock was forceful, with scores of patrons indicating that they have repented and were ready to follow the Lord.

Moses's testimony

Moses had officially kicked off the night session with a bang. Many have heard his testimony before, but it always seems to have the same captivating effect.

He is one of those artistes who audiences listen to and can identify with. For that reason, he spends little time convincing his fans to get into the praise mode. It is almost automatic whenever he takes the stage.

A little more subdued, but very effective was Perpetual Praise. They carried a more serene atmosphere.

Patrons were also treated to some good 'ole time' gospel music. This segment included Judith Gayle and Dawn McDowell who ministered with conviction.

Few new groups

There were also few break-out groups that showed promise in the business, such as Perfect Love, RB Singer and Chosen Vessel.

Prodigal Son was the penultimate act on the show, but still, the old and the young alike had enough vigour to jump and prance in response to his thrilling set.

Prodigal dropped hits such as Tell Mi A Who, Ketch A Fire and Journey. What made his act very solemn was his less entertaining and more ministering approach. This left many patrons saying that Prodigal should have closed the show.

As the excitement peaked, rags were waved and cell phones hoisted to welcome Papa San.

His over the top performance had the crowd in a frenzy.

Genesis was also streamed live on the Internet. Another special feature at the show was the exciting fireworks display that disrupted the stage activities for close to 10 minutes.

There were criticisms that there was too much hype and less spiritual food for those who were seeking nourishment for the soul, but overall, most seemed pleased with the package.


Left: Patrons wave rags as they enjoy Genesis 2007 at the National Stadium Car Park on Monday. Right: Prodigal was a crowd stealer. - Photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer

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LEFT: Judith Gayle performs at Genesis 2007, at the National Stadium car park, St. Andrew (Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer). RIGHT: Gayle (Contributed)

André Jebbinson, Staff Reporter

Judith Gayle was on her way to Kingston from Westmoreland to visit a former boyfriend when she rediscovered the joy of being a Christian.

Gayle stopped midway the journey to exchange pleasantries with those she grew up with in May Pen, Clarendon. A stop at her old church completely threw the trip off when she decided to rededicate her life to the Lord and surrender all she had in the world, including the boyfriend she was on her way to see.

"I was a Christian in my teenage years and I went astray, I still had the conviction. I just could not resist it anymore," Gayle said.

She said she lost all she had amassed while singing cabaret in hotels simply because she was a new person and did not want to compromise her Christianity. The trials kept coming, as after a while she had no place to stay and others began to ridicule her.

But one thing she learnt while going through her ordeal is that the sun will always shine again.

It turns out that the Lord was only giving her songs to be a testimony to others, as through her trials she came up with songs such as The Sun Will Shine Again and More Than A Conqueror.

"As children of the Kingdom of God, there are principles and we try to follow them. I am not saying we are perfect, but there should be a separation between Christians and the world," Gayle explained.

It seems Gayle is willing to carry those principles throughout life. She was scheduled to appear on Richie Stephens' 'Take Me Away' concert last weekend, but refused to use the show's band and back-up singers. She wanted to use her own band and back-up singers. When that request was turned down by Stephens, whom she once sang back-up for, Gayle gave up the pay cheque.

"I am not lashing out against people of the world but the spirituality that the gospel band will have helps you. If they can demand what they want, then I should be able to demand what I want," she said. "In Christendom we have our own standards and the world has its own. I wasn't going to make them dictate to me."

Standing up for Christ has served her well and some three albums later, there is no looking back for Gayle. Her last album, Broken To Be Bless, sums up where Gayle is in life and Christendom.

Gayle is now married and also owns a variety store and a restaurant with husband, Ian Wright.

- The Jamaica Gleaner Company


LEFT: Judith Gayle performs at Genesis 2007, at the National Stadium car park, St. Andrew (Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer). RIGHT: Gayle (Contributed)

André Jebbinson, Staff Reporter

Judith Gayle was on her way to Kingston from Westmoreland to visit a former boyfriend when she rediscovered the joy of being a Christian.

Gayle stopped midway the journey to exchange pleasantries with those she grew up with in May Pen, Clarendon. A stop at her old church completely threw the trip off when she decided to rededicate her life to the Lord and surrender all she had in the world, including the boyfriend she was on her way to see.

"I was a Christian in my teenage years and I went astray, I still had the conviction. I just could not resist it anymore," Gayle said.

She said she lost all she had amassed while singing cabaret in hotels simply because she was a new person and did not want to compromise her Christianity. The trials kept coming, as after a while she had no place to stay and others began to ridicule her.

But one thing she learnt while going through her ordeal is that the sun will always shine again.

It turns out that the Lord was only giving her songs to be a testimony to others, as through her trials she came up with songs such as The Sun Will Shine Again and More Than A Conqueror.

"As children of the Kingdom of God, there are principles and we try to follow them. I am not saying we are perfect, but there should be a separation between Christians and the world," Gayle explained.

It seems Gayle is willing to carry those principles throughout life. She was scheduled to appear on Richie Stephens' 'Take Me Away' concert last weekend, but refused to use the show's band and back-up singers. She wanted to use her own band and back-up singers. When that request was turned down by Stephens, whom she once sang back-up for, Gayle gave up the pay cheque.

"I am not lashing out against people of the world but the spirituality that the gospel band will have helps you. If they can demand what they want, then I should be able to demand what I want," she said. "In Christendom we have our own standards and the world has its own. I wasn't going to make them dictate to me."

Standing up for Christ has served her well and some three albums later, there is no looking back for Gayle. Her last album, Broken To Be Bless, sums up where Gayle is in life and Christendom.

Gayle is now married and also owns a variety store and a restaurant with husband, Ian Wright.

- The Jamaica Gleaner Company




Tye Tribbett and GA giving an energetic performance at the National Golf Academy last Saturday.

Party like a rock star or praise like a Christian? They're not the same, but very similar. The level of deep devotion that goes into 'rock 'n' rollin' can be applied to Christians when in worship. Both come with a similar sensation of being lost in the moment; transported to a place of immense satisfaction. Maybe even more. That's one of the many reasons why the Tye Tribbett and Greater Anointing (GA) concert, held last Saturday at the National Golf Academy, New Kingston, could be compared to a rock show.

From the atmosphere, to the intricate stage design, to the lighting, the performances and sound, everything was strong, moving and powerful.

Tribbett, the headliner for the night, along with his eight-member strong GA band, exemplified this when they burst onstage in the second half of the show doing the usual 'undignified' antics of praise - crazy dance moves, jumping and air-thumping, which sent the crowd crazy. His two-hour set began after a 20-minute break from the first half of the show which saw Robert and Genieve Bailey, Jason Mighty, Judith Gayle and DJ Nicholas (in that order) all delivering solid, soul-stirring performances.

HIGH-ENERGY


Gospel singer Judith Gayle smiles as she performs at Tye Tribbett and GA in concert at the National Golf Academy.

It was the first time in the island for the US gospel singer, and he came ready. Tribbett's ministry was, by far, the most refreshing of the night. Reeling off high-tempo hits such as I Want It All Back, Stand Out and Victory, Tribbett had the younger audience members enthusiastically praising along with him. With every radical act of worship onstage, the crowd obeyed. During the show, the singer even leapt off stage, running outside of the VIP section of the venue. What was interesting was that although Tribbett's popularity in ministry lies mainly with a younger crowd, it proved that music, especially gospel, crosses generations.

Tribbett wasn't all high-energy though. With Lord You Are, he pulled in the older audience members with praise and worship and had the entire venue in a deep devotion. He continued the worship mode with Everything's Gonna Be Alright, No Other Choice, Son of Man and Oh, How He Loves Us.

Another interesting part of his ministry was a mini sermon on what draws Christians away from God. "Hanging with unsaved people isn't a sin. Listening to R&B and hip hop isn't sin, spending too much time on Facebook isn't sin, but it draws you away and that's all the Devil needs to do - draw you away and tempt you to sin."

- The Jamaica Gleaner Company


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Mega Gospel Awards on today
Published: Sunday | April 10, 2011 0 Comments
DJ NicholasJermaine Edwards
Judith Gayle-Wright
Prodigal Son1 2 3 4 >The fourth annual Mega Gospel Awards takes place today.

The event will be broadcast live over the airwaves of MegaJamz 98FM from noon to 4:00 p.m.

The Mega Gospel Awards provides a platform for gospel talent to be recognised, while engaging the station's audience by making them a part of the decision-making process.

Since its official launch in March 2007, the Mega Gospel Awards have shown recognition to more than 200 ministers and gospel artistes. The event is consistently supported by the Gospel community. Winners and nominees turn out in their numbers to be a part of the only awards show which supports Gospel music across the board.

The nominees for the Mega Gospel Awards are chosen based on their airplay throughout MegaJamz 98FM's Sunday gospel shows; Gospel Jamz hosted by Kevin Lewis and More Glory hosted by Sean Downer.

Winners of each category are derived from voting from listeners, either through text messaging or voting online at www.megajamz98fm.com.


2011 Mega Gospel Awards Categories and Nominees

Judith Gayle - Best Female Vocalist

Best Collaboration

That's Enough - Kevin Downswell & Prodigal Son

Victory - Garfield Reid & Min Blessed

Inna my Soul - Ron Testify & Shanna Kaye

Divine Mathematics - DJ Nicholas & Jason Mighty

I am Blessed - Gospel Head & Lady Vanessa

Brimstone - Goddy Goddy & Jason Mighty

Deal or no Deal - DJ Nicholas & Jabez

Heart Surgery - Prodigal Son & Sherwin Gardner


Most Inspirational Song

I Won't Move - Abigail Hamilton

Forgiven - Kevin Downswell

Heart Surgery - Prodigal son feat. Sherwin Gardner

One by One - La-Twain

I Need a Word - Godson

Give Jesus a Chance - Grace Thrillers

I Belong to God - Dawn Martin

Best Dressed Female

Denise Wright

Andrene Lewis

Sapphire

Latoya HD


- The Jamaica Gleaner Company


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Mega Gospel Awards on today
Published: Sunday | April 10, 2011 0 Comments
DJ NicholasJermaine Edwards
Judith Gayle-Wright
Prodigal Son1 2 3 4 >The fourth annual Mega Gospel Awards takes place today.

The event will be broadcast live over the airwaves of MegaJamz 98FM from noon to 4:00 p.m.

The Mega Gospel Awards provides a platform for gospel talent to be recognised, while engaging the station's audience by making them a part of the decision-making process.

Since its official launch in March 2007, the Mega Gospel Awards have shown recognition to more than 200 ministers and gospel artistes. The event is consistently supported by the Gospel community. Winners and nominees turn out in their numbers to be a part of the only awards show which supports Gospel music across the board.

The nominees for the Mega Gospel Awards are chosen based on their airplay throughout MegaJamz 98FM's Sunday gospel shows; Gospel Jamz hosted by Kevin Lewis and More Glory hosted by Sean Downer.

Winners of each category are derived from voting from listeners, either through text messaging or voting online at www.megajamz98fm.com.


2011 Mega Gospel Awards Categories and Nominees

Judith Gayle - Best Female Vocalist

Best Collaboration

That's Enough - Kevin Downswell & Prodigal Son

Victory - Garfield Reid & Min Blessed

Inna my Soul - Ron Testify & Shanna Kaye

Divine Mathematics - DJ Nicholas & Jason Mighty

I am Blessed - Gospel Head & Lady Vanessa

Brimstone - Goddy Goddy & Jason Mighty

Deal or no Deal - DJ Nicholas & Jabez

Heart Surgery - Prodigal Son & Sherwin Gardner


Most Inspirational Song

I Won't Move - Abigail Hamilton

Forgiven - Kevin Downswell

Heart Surgery - Prodigal son feat. Sherwin Gardner

One by One - La-Twain

I Need a Word - Godson

Give Jesus a Chance - Grace Thrillers

I Belong to God - Dawn Martin

Best Dressed Female

Denise Wright

Andrene Lewis

Sapphire

Latoya HD


- The Jamaica Gleaner Company


This year's Best Dressed Fun In The Son free concert is slated to rock the Kingston and St Andrew area with non-stop musical excitement from Thursday, March 17-Saturday, March 19.

Best Dressed Fun In The Son, constructed as a Spring Break alternative for young Christians, has garnered a reputation as a well-executed family production, attracting thousands annually.

The festival begins with 'Word and Worship' at Jamaica College on March 15 and 17, 'Gospel Jazz' at Redbones on Thursday, March 17, a gospel party dubbed 'Metamorphosis' on Friday, March 18, and finally the grand concert on Saturday, March 19 at the University of the West Indies' Mona Bowl.

"Our one-week line-up of events will have something for everyone. We have created a Gospel Jazz night where persons can encounter the perfect hybrid of Jazz & Gospel. So it's not only something for gospel lovers, but it's also the perfect spot for jazz lovers. That night will feature some of the biggest jazz performers, Dennis Rushton, Ian Hird, Andrae Campbell, Desi Jones, Symour Heron and many more," said Tommy Cowan of Glory Music, organisers of the event.

Shikisha Cowan, Best Dressed Fun In The Son's event coordinator, said, "Our other night, Metamorphosis, will be a party. That will be staged the night before the concert, so those who are familiar with 'Praise Parties' will know what to expect. For those who have never experienced it, it's non-stop fun and fellowship. So we're inviting everyone out on all the nights for great wholesome, family-oriented entertainment."

For this year's grand concert on March 19, the organisers have once again contracted some of the biggest names in gospel music.

There is the energetic international artiste Tye Tribbett, known for Fresh, Keep Me, Stand Out, He Has Made Me Glad, gospel reggae-dancehall's Papa San, gospel ambassador Carlene Davis, the fiery Prodigal Son, the melodic Kevin Downswell, the enthusiastic Judith Gayle, and more.




- The Jamaica Gleaner Company


This year's Best Dressed Fun In The Son free concert is slated to rock the Kingston and St Andrew area with non-stop musical excitement from Thursday, March 17-Saturday, March 19.

Best Dressed Fun In The Son, constructed as a Spring Break alternative for young Christians, has garnered a reputation as a well-executed family production, attracting thousands annually.

The festival begins with 'Word and Worship' at Jamaica College on March 15 and 17, 'Gospel Jazz' at Redbones on Thursday, March 17, a gospel party dubbed 'Metamorphosis' on Friday, March 18, and finally the grand concert on Saturday, March 19 at the University of the West Indies' Mona Bowl.

"Our one-week line-up of events will have something for everyone. We have created a Gospel Jazz night where persons can encounter the perfect hybrid of Jazz & Gospel. So it's not only something for gospel lovers, but it's also the perfect spot for jazz lovers. That night will feature some of the biggest jazz performers, Dennis Rushton, Ian Hird, Andrae Campbell, Desi Jones, Symour Heron and many more," said Tommy Cowan of Glory Music, organisers of the event.

Shikisha Cowan, Best Dressed Fun In The Son's event coordinator, said, "Our other night, Metamorphosis, will be a party. That will be staged the night before the concert, so those who are familiar with 'Praise Parties' will know what to expect. For those who have never experienced it, it's non-stop fun and fellowship. So we're inviting everyone out on all the nights for great wholesome, family-oriented entertainment."

For this year's grand concert on March 19, the organisers have once again contracted some of the biggest names in gospel music.

There is the energetic international artiste Tye Tribbett, known for Fresh, Keep Me, Stand Out, He Has Made Me Glad, gospel reggae-dancehall's Papa San, gospel ambassador Carlene Davis, the fiery Prodigal Son, the melodic Kevin Downswell, the enthusiastic Judith Gayle, and more.




- The Jamaica Gleaner Company


Discography

I Believe

1. Thank You Lord
2. God is so Good
3. It Is Not I
4. God is Amazing
5. I Believe (Written by: Judith Gayle/ Mikey Spice)
6. Roll Away (Written by: Pilgrim Travelers)
7. Turn It Around
8. Switch
9. He Brought me Out (Featuring Sista Sasha)
10. Let Me Walk with You Jesus (Written by: Wanda
Tillman-Maness)
11. The Blood
12. I Will Wait (Till My Change has Come)- Featuring Kevin
Downswell (Written by Pastor Antonio Grant, Bridge
written by Judith Gayle and Keving Downswell)
13. Heaven – Featuring Kerron Ennis
14. Wave Offering
15. Jesus Is Not Sleeping
16. I Will Never Let You Down – Featuring
17. Thank You Lord – Featuring Alleluia Bwoy

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The Sun Shines Again

1. Upon This Rock- 4:31
2. Going Home -4:19
3. Middle Cross Man -4:24
4. Praise His Name -5:49
5. It Is Well With My Soul -5:28
6. Call on Jesus -5:25
7. The Sun Shines Again -5:12
8. He Knew Me -6:47
9. The Anchor Holds -6:26
10. Jesus Is Alive -3:49
11. He Gave Me His Love ? 3:31
12. Upon This Rock -4:31

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Designed To Worship

1. Designed To Worship
2. But God
3. Secret Place featuring Andrew Dixon
4. Sin Don't Live Here featuring Jermaine Edwards
5. Dry Bones
6. Stand Still
7. The Veil
8. Conqueror
9. Thank You Father
10. Woman Thou Art Loose Interlude
11. Reach Out To Jesus
12. Give Me Jesus
13. Things Already Betta
14. Levites Interlude
15. Bigger God
16. Only Jesus
17. Be Ye Transformed
18. Designed To Worship Interlude

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Broken To be Blessed

1. Arise oh Lord 3:32
2. Jesus I praise you 3:13
3. Seek ye first 2:58
4. Intro (Featuring: Bishop Ade-Gold) :30
5. Middle wall of partition 4:07
6. More than conquer 3:58
7. God Can 3:32
8. Daddy oh 3:40
9. Intro (Featuring: Rev. Dr. Audley N. James)
10. Immanuel 4:02
11. Only You 5:58
12. Stand Still 6:00
13. Teach Me Lord 4:12
14. Broken to be Blessed 5:02
15.Broken to be Blessed (Instrumental) 5:06
16.Teach me Lord (Remix) 3:31

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Bio

Judith Gayle

God has sprinkled gems from His kingdom throughout the nations of the world, particularly in a small Island nestled in the Caribbean. Judith Gayle was born in Clarendon, Jamaica. Judith began her music career in the 1980’s singing with secular artist and as a cabaret singer in Jamaica’s most prestigious hotels. In 1999 her life changed as God captivated her heart at a local church in Clarendon where she was invited by a friend. Like any diamond in the rough, Judith’s early years as a young Christian brought seemingly unbearable serving of loss, heartache, despair, fear, pain, struggle and suffering. Having been stripped of everything and isolated in misery, she experienced brokenness in God who taught her to smile again.

Her message of righteousness, uncompromising purity, resilient hope and unrelenting faith in God is evident in the many songs that have saved souls, revived worshippers and encouraged many, not only in Jamaica, but internationally, in Canada, the U.S.A., England, the Caribbean and various other countries.
Judith has produced four anointed and versatile Gospel albums with each subsequent album being better with amazing songs, musical diversity and vocal dexterity. These divinely inspired albums: The Sun Shines Again and Broken to be Blessed, Designed to Worship, and her latest I Believe gives us those unforgettable songs: Anchor Holds, Jesus is Alive, Immanuel, Sun Will Shine Again, Upon this rock and Praise His name, Things Already Better, It’s Not I, Thank You Lord and The Blood as a testimony to a life completely and unashamedly dedicated to worshipping the ultimate lover, God. Now God has inspired her through her experience to pen and publish her first book “Preserving the Soul.” Through her experiences God has taught her the importance of a healthy soul. Preserving the Soul teaches you about the effects of sin on the soul and the plans of the enemy to destroy the soul. You will also discover how through the power of God you can restore a soul that has been tormented and bound by the enemy.

The Bible says a man’s gift makes room for him and put him before kings. Judith has been privileged to share stage with Pastor Donnie McClurkin, CeCe Winans, Rev. Jackie McCullough, Papa San, DJ Nicholas, Alvin Slaughter and many others. Judith Gayle has been traveling and ministering throughout the Caribbean, England, United States and Canada, where she is now a household name. In the early fall of 2004, Judith was invited to minister at Canada’s Premier Gospel Award Event, the Maja Awards. In 2009 Judith was awarded the Mega Gospel Awards as the best female vocalist of the year.
You can never get tired of hearing this versatile psalmist and minister sing- Pastor Donnie McClurkin has dubbed her the ”Jamaican Whitney Houston”.

What motivates Judith the most is to see God’s people delivered from mediocrity and pretentiousness into a prosperous and balanced life in God. To hear Judith’s captivating vocals is to be convicted by a passionate heart which desires to see the people of God walk in liberty, truth and integrity. The unique anointing on her life is as a piercing arrow in the spirit, reaching the core issues of the heart. She exudes a rare boldness which reflects the nature of a warrior in the Kingdom, yet compassionate enough to usher people into an intimate relationship with the Lord. She is also currently pursuing a Degree in Theology.

Now the Two (2) time Marlin Award Nominee and winner of the Jamaica’s Mega Jamz award for best female artiste 2009 stands a secure woman, a shining beacon to thousands that have been inspired, challenged and changed by her testimony of God’s mercy, forgiveness, love and power.

BE AWARE HER WORSHIP IS CONTAGEOUS!!