First time in years: Sinach to perform in the United States
American fans of the Nigerian gospel singer Sinach will get the chance to see the “Way Maker” singer perform live for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On October 2nd, Sinach performs at DCH 1203, Cravens Road in Stafford Texas along with Dee Jones, Da’dra Greathouse, Micah Stampley and Todd Dulaney.
The show is called “Sinach: Night of Worship – Houston, Texas” and begins at 6 PM, while the doors open at 5.30 PM.
Tickets can be bought on Eventbrite.
“Join international recording artist and worship leader Sinach for an unforgettable night of worship with a stellar cast of guest artists worshiping God with one voice in a captivating, inspiring and anointed atmosphere filled with the presence of God,” it says on Eventbrite and continues:
“A night of worship with Sinach is a concert you do not want to miss out on… You will worship, be inspired and leave this concert with a new song. Sinach is greatly motivated with the desire to see her songs, writings and concerts inspire the church and the whole world to worship God and be lifted, healed and develop a deeper relationship with God, and for her listeners to be filled with the Glory of God through her music.”
“5 Days of Unending Thanksgiving” in Nigeria
Less than a month ago, Sinach went on stage to perform her “5 Days of Unending Thanksgiving” five-day show in Nigeria.
Over the summer, Sinach also won her first-ever BMI Christian Award vfor Song of the Year with her 2015 hit “Way Maker.”
Sinach celebrated the victory on Twitter, where she thanked her fans.
“BMI SONG OF THE YEAR! So grateful to everyone that raised the anthem,” she wrote.
In her acceptance speech, she started off by showing her prizes.
“Thank you so much, BMI, for this. This reads, ‘BMI most performed Christian song of the year – Way Maker – Sinach, 2020.’ And this one reads, ‘2021 award winner,’ and this is what came with it,” Sinach said as she showed the certificate confirming her win.
“I want to especially thank BMI again, and I want to thank my Lord, Jesus Christ. You are the owner of my life, my Lord and savior. I want to thank you for your love and grace and favor. This could never have been possible without you. Thank you, Lord,” she added.
“I want to thank my LoveWorld family”
Sinach also thanked her family, her team and her LoveWorld family.
“I want to thank my family – my husband especially and our little girl. Thank you for your support, your love. I appreciate you always. And I want to thank my music team everywhere, and wherever you are, you know yourselves. Thank you so much for working so hard to make this happen,” she said and continued:
“I want to thank my LoveWorld family. Thank you so much. This is a win for us, Africa. This is a win for everyone who has always done something, and the Lord, you do not know how far He is going to take you, but God is faithful. Thank you so much, thank you so much, this is exciting. Yes!”
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