Minister Kamah Thoronka Steals the Show as Divine Angels Gospel Choir Evokes Memories of Jubilee Singers at Fund-Raising Concert

By Samuel O. Doku, Ph.D.

If music is food for the soul, there was scrumptious food in superfluity for the souls of members of Divine Word International Ministries and their supporters when the Divine Angles Gospel Choir performed in a concert on Saturday night to raise funds for the church’s building project.

Performing under the directorial auspices of gospel artist, Minister (Mrs.) Kamah Throronka, the choir unfolded a par excellence musical rendition that was at once cathartic, inspiring, and best of all, anointing.

A New Thoronka
Minister Kamah Thoronka unfolds her musical genius at Divine Word International Ministries.

 

The founder and head pastor of Divine Word International Ministries as Minister Kamah Thoronka performs.
The founder and head pastor of Divine Word International Ministries, Bishop (Dr.) John Kofi Adonteng Boateng watches in admiration as Minister Kamah Thoronka performs.
 

The divine Angels with Minister Kamah , Thoronka, extreme left, Ken Yeboah in the middle, and Ms. Juliana Arslanian.
The Divine Angels with Minister Kamah Thoronka, extreme left, Ken Yeboah in the middle, and Ms. Juliana Arslanian on the extreme right.
Mrs. Elsie Adonteng Boateng is filled with as Minister Thoronka pours out musical gift.
Mrs. Elsie Adonteng Boateng is filled with awe as Minister Thoronka pours out her musical gift.

That the singing Angels were motivated to deliver music that’s equally euphonious and euphoric, which made the audience familiar with the stellar renditions of the Jubilee Singers who sang profoundly into the hearts and souls of people all over the globe, wasn’t a happenstance.

The Angels are led by someone familiar with the supreme  sounds of the Jubilee Singers on the globe’s musical tableau, Mrs. Thoronka, whose debut gospel album, “My Testimony” was released last year.

On the night, the Angels, ably supported by head pastor, Bishop (Dr.) John Kofi Adonteng Boateng, were simply impeccable and nearly flawless in their renditions that spanned three hours in four stages, with each stage providing a different set of sartorial selection.

However, the highlight of the night occurred at the final stage when the group, dressed in traditional African dresses sang in English, Akan (Ghana’s predominant language), as well as in Nigerian and South African dialects.

When Minister Thoronka, who traditionally sings in English, rendered “God is Mighty” in Akan, she swept the awe-inspired audience off its feet. As Thoronka’s upbeat, stentorian cadence penetrated the euphoric ambiance of the church, the audience roared to its feet, dancing and singing along, as people dug deeply into their wallets to contribute their widow’s mite to the free concert. Pastor Esther Waswa joined Minister Thoronka in her rendition of the Akan song.

Indeed, it was a beautiful and magnificent sight to behold, and the Bishop and his wife, Elsie, were thrilled.

“God has blessed this church and anyone that comes in here feels the anointment. Pray for the church as it continues to grow and flourish. Aren’t Lawyer Thoronka and the Divine Angels excellent? We are blessed. Invite people you know to come and join us so that they can experience great moments like this,” said Bishop Adonteng Boateng.

Among the songs the Angels sang were “Wait on the Lord,” “Kumbaya,”In Your Presence,” “Glory,” “The Lord’s Prayer,” and “God Is the Source of My Strength.” An amazing phenomenon about Mrs. Thoronka is that she juggles her profession as a seasoned attorney with motherhood, as a  spouse, and as a gospel artist, and she does each with equal gusto and passion.

A section of the Divine Angels performs for the congregation less than 24 hours after their excellent display the previous night.

A section of the Divine Angels performs for the congregation less than 24 hours after their excellent display the previous night. In the background is Pastor Collins Boateng.

On the night, Attorney Ismael Thoronka (Kamah’s husband), brother-in-law, Daniel Gueh, and Attorney Christy Williams and the rest of her family came to support the show.

Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Janay Gueh, who is also a gospel singer performed, and so too did Juliana Arslanian, Evanger Osei and the Inspirers, as well as Ken Yeboah and the Comforters. Minster Gloria Offeibeah Yeboah joined in to unfold her talent with her music ministry. Pastor Dauda Keita was the master of ceremony.

Next stop for the Divine Angels will be Atlanta on Friday, October 30, where they will perform in an all-night ministry to glorify the Lord. They will then return to Springfield, VA on November 14 to perform.

For more information, call 703-910-6646 or 703-910-6648. Please feel free to join Divine Word’s prayer-line for your healing, prophecy, and deliverance daily from 10 AM to 12:30 PM and at the same time at night. Dial 1-712-432-1615 and put in access code 123123#to join in.

 

 

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About Dr. Sam Doku
Dr. Samuel O. Doku is a professor and a writer. He earned his Ph.D. in English with concentration in African American Literature from Howard University. He is a W.E.B. Du Bois scholar whose book is titled Cosmopolitanism in the Fictive Imagination of W.E.B. Du Bois: Toward the Realization of a Revolutionary Art. His articles have been published on Google Scholar, in the International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities, and College English Association Magazine (CEAMAG).