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    Operation Consecration 2006

    by: News | 1 Comment »

    published: Tuesday | October 3, 2006

    Andre Jebbinson, Staff Reporter

    Left: Kevin Downswell belts out ‘I Am Not Forgotten’, at ‘Operation Consecration’, at the Emmanuel Apostolic Church, in Portmore, St. Catherine, last Saturday night. Right: Minister Blessed and Garfield Reid mix it up when they invite three dancers to join them onstage. – photos by Anthony Minott

    Nothing, but a night of pure and exhilarating fun can be expected when some of Jamaica’s top gospel artistes converge under one roof.

    Operation Consecration took place at the Emmanuel Apostolic Church in Portmore, St Catherine, and the night belonged to Ryan Mark and the brief, but powerful surprise appearances by D.J. Nicholas and Radikal Prodigal.

    Portmore got a full dose on Saturday night when big names such as Ryan Mark, Minister Blessed, Moses, Goddy Goddy and a plethora of other artistes blessed and brought the house down.

    Ryan Mark was saved for last when most of the youthful audience would have tired after jumping and railing all night. However, the audience reached deep into the energy tank when the much-anticipated finale came. Mark sang God Have Mi Back and I Love You Lord, but the song that had the most impact was the show stopper, Sin No More.

    Prodigal, who was not on the line-up, appeared with Jason Mighty much to the awe and delight of the audience. Nicholas was also not on the line-up, but there is always room for him at these events.

    Things got off a late start, but once the first artiste hit the stage, the night just kept getting better with each performance. The gospel songbirds, Teledo, set the pace with There is a Sweet Anointing that flowed through the entire night.


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    One Response to “Operation Consecration 2006”

    1. Trudy-Ann Chambers Says:

      It’s always good to see and to be in the atmosphere of young people lifting up the name of Jesus. It’s a blessing. Keep up the good work people. To God be the glory!

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