For some time the endless debate as to whether it’s right for gospel musicians to charge fees for their performance in churches has been a ‘no go area’ and gospel musicians who have boldly stood for charging the fee before performing in churches have been labelled as unholy, forgetting that they also have families to feed.
Many Ghanaians Biblically believe and hold onto the principle that gospel musicians are basically workers of the ‘Vineyard’ headed by Jesus Christ as compared to their counterparts in other music genres.
Gospel musician Uncle Ato has boldly joined the brave gospel musicians who ascribe to fee-paying before honouring church invitations.
Renowned Ghanaian Gospel Musician, Uncle Ato has admonished Christians not to use the coronavirus pandemic and its accompanying ban on church services as an excuse not to give their offering. He encouraged Christians to utilize the online platforms created by their various churches to give their offering. As part of measures aimed at ensuring that … Read more