Renowned Gospel Musician, Pastor Joe Beecham will release new songs at his upcoming “Yonder Worship Sacrifice” in Accra this December.
The event, themed “Spirit Effect” promises to be a night of intimate worship, prayer, and the manifestation of God’s power.
Speaking at the launch of the programme in Accra, the Takoradi-based minister hinted that Yonder 2023 is not a concert but a place of deep fellowship with God through music.
“Yonder is a gathering that brings people closer to God through moments of worship, prayer, prophecies, and the manifestation of God’s power. It doesn’t matter the path you’ve walked or where you come from but what matters is the unity of hearts and how ready you are to receive what God has for you,” he stated.
Yonder 2023, commemorates two significant milestones in Pastor Joe Beecham’s life; his 50th birthday and 25 years in ministry: Golden Jubilee with a Silver Lining 50/25.
Scheduled for Sunday, 3rd December 2023, at 5pm, Yonder will take place at Victory Bible Church, Awoshie and will feature a lineup of renowned artists, including KODA, Uncle Ato, Perez Musik, Alexandrah, and Matthew Ansah, who will contribute to creating an unforgettable night of worship, prayer and power.
The night will also witness the release of new songs to add to the portfolio of impactful songs by the minstrel over the years.
At the media launch, Pastor Joe Beecham officially unveiled two mainstream activities he is championing with long-term benefits for humanity:The Sound Mind Project: A Compassionate Mission for Mental Health.
In an impactful effort to raise awareness for community service, Pastor Joe Beecham has been championing the Sound Mind Project since 2020; it is an initiative that addresses the critical issue of mental health. The project involves personal ministration by Pastor Joe Beecham and his team to individuals in mental health institutions, offering spiritual guidance, solace, and tangible support.
The project, fueled by the generosity of donors, aims to make a positive impact on those facing mental health challenges.
Pastor Joe Beecham stated, “The Sound Mind Project is a testament to the transformative power of compassion and faith. Together, we are fostering a world where every individual, irrespective of their mental health journey, feels seen, supported, and embraced. We have recorded several testimonies from our previous visits to the Ankaful psychiatric hospital”