McDowell, locals warm hearts at gospel concert

-but politicians steal the show

For just about an hour on Saturday night, internationally acclaimed gospel singer William McDowell led thousands gathered at the National Park tarmac in worship.  Songs of adoration for his God flowed from his lips and the massive gathering sang along, fully enwrapped.

McDowell isn’t a performer or an entertainer and when he’s on stage, there aren’t many theatrics. He is, however, a gifted singer and his talent lies in his ability to communicate his love for his God. As he sings, he makes people want to sing along, raise their hands, cry out, and praise God. And while he was on stage last Saturday, large sections of the crowd were doing just that.

This was McDowell’s first trip to Guyana, courtesy of the Love and Faith World Outreach Ministries and thousands had gathered in the stands and on the tarmac to be  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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