Thursday, March 3, 2016

New Audio + Video: I Will Sing Of Your Praise - Aaron T Aaron Ft. Mike Abdul









You can't just have enough of him, The gifted Singer, songwriter, and British-Nigerian Worship leader, Aaron T Aaron is here again with a new single 'I Will Sing Of Your Praise' after the release of his second album ‘Here & Real’.

'I Will Sing Of Your Praise' is a declaration of our allegiance to sing God's praise, a single with an highly-instrumental sound and finely-calibrated lyrics that will transport you off your feet dancing and singing God's praise.

The single features the energetic and spirit filled highly-prolific song writer 'Mike Abdul' Of Midnight Crew. Join us sing God's praise as we enjoy this a wholly unique single.

'I Will Sing Of Your Praise' video was shot in London & directed by Iyke Eche of HSIDEAS






Featured: Does Your Testimony Really Matter?

“Return to your home, and declare how much God has done for you.” And he went away, proclaiming throughout the whole city how much Jesus had done for him. - Luke 8:39

It’s funny how people who’ve had life-changing experiences can talk about them as if they happened yesterday. Take a professional athlete, for example, who can describe the great championship game in detail. And old soldiers often get deeply emotional when remembering their comrade who was killed in battle 60 years ago.

First Christian Suspect in Church Bombing?


A Nigerian civilian self-defense fighter says his group arrested a Christian suspect who confessed to providing intelligence to Boko Haram extremists in the 2011 Christmas Day bombing of a Catholic church that killed 44 worshippers.

Self-defense fighter Sani Musawa said on Wednesday that his group arrested Victor Moses and turned him over to the Nigerian military. He may be the first Christian arrested for belonging to Nigeria's home-grown Islamic extremist group.

Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai seeks to regulate religious preaching in the state









Govenor of Kaduna State, Malam Nasir el-Rufai has sent a bill to the State House of Assembly to regulate religious preaching across the state.

The bill titled: “A bill for a law to substitute the Kaduna State religious preaching law, 1984” is also aimed at banning the usage of loudspeaker for religious purposes “other than inside a Mosques or Church and the surrounding areas outside the stipulated prayer times.”

Governor el-Rufai in the bill exclusively obtained by LEADERSHIP, wants the Assembly to enact the law that will stop the playing or circulating of “all cassettes, CDs, flash drives or any other communication gadgets containing religious recordings from accredited preachers other than inside one’s house, porch, Church, Mosques and other designated place of worship.”

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