Renowned all-female gospel music group, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, has revealed that they have never filed for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).
In an interview on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning, the group expressed that winning awards is not their ultimate aim as gospel ministers. Instead, they emphasized that their main goal is to preach God’s word through music and change people’s lives.
The sisters explained that they are not interested in picking forms for the VGMA and are more focused on winning souls than awards. They went on to say that their calling is a unique one, and they don’t want to be distracted or deviate from their mission.
Although they have never purchased forms to fill out, they mentioned that if nominated, they would still attend the event.
Furthermore, the trio revealed that they have been accumulating awards from various award schemes across the world without filing for nominations. They also mentioned their willingness to train more people in the gospel ministry.
One of the most inspiring parts of their interview was the testimonies of how people’s lives have been transformed through their songs. They shared a story of how their song “Nea Yehu Yi” saved a man who was declared dead by doctors. The man found healing through their music after being unable to find a cure for his ailment.
The Daughters of Glorious Jesus group expressed their encouragement to do more exploits to glorify the Lord through their music.
Their story and experiences serve as a testament to the impact and reach of their music, emphasizing that their primary goal is to positively impact people’s lives through their message and ministry.