Known for his passion for children and the work of God, Rev. Nana Perbi has been honored for his commitment, dedication and contributions towards children’s ministry in Ghana.

The “Halleluiah Hosanna” hit maker was recognized during the finals of , a mentorship program designed to train children between the ages of 8-14 years to deliver powerful sermons in church and also enhance their presentation and oration skills.

“The Altar” was organized under the auspices of Goodlife FM an authentic radio preaching platform for kids in Koforidua.  Though being the maiden edition, the program was highly patronized with family and friends cheering their favorite entrant to victory.

Patrons of “The Altar” were exhilarated with superb performance by participants and the invited guest artist Rev. Nana Perbi and the Ghana – South Africa Zulu Dancers.

Rev. Nana Perbi

In an interview with the Operations Manager for Goodlife FM Justice Afriyie Duffour, he said the station is committed to unearthing more talents, mentoring children and building their pastoral capacity therefore the program will be organized annually.

The guest artist for the day Rev. Nana Perbi also had this to say;

“The program teaches children the way they should go, just as the bible instructs. It as well builds and inculcates the God fearing factor in them.

By this program also, other children are challenged to study the word of God and gain proper understanding of it. Parents are also able to assess the rich worth of ideas their children have concerning the things of God.”

The AltarThe maiden edition was won by 9 year old Nana Ama Anab with second and third position going to Eric Amankwah and Gollo Patience respectively. They were awarded cash prizes, souvenirs, certificates and scholarship.


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