26 Aug The Jesus Collective Debut Their Single ‘Yahweh’
The Jesus Collective (TJC) is an evangelical music ministry that consists of a collective of worshippers who have a passion for spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout Africa and the world.
Birthed during revival worship conferences in Montagu, Robertson, Bonnievale and Ashton in the Western Cape, it quickly spread throughout South Africa with worship experiences in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Pretoria. Well-known worshippers included Loyiso Bala, Mahalia Buchanan, Lebohang Kgapola, Hle Ntombela, Jonathan Rubain, Ernie Smith, Janine Price, Ntokozo and Nqubeko, Spencer Kennedy, Byron Levi, Varonica Meyer and Don Vino.
The Jesus Collective is the brainchild of Hilton Petersen whose heart for seeing people come to experience the love of Jesus through worship has inspired him to start TJC. Not only as a set of events but a ministry that reaches all demographics of people from the richest to the poorest. Hence, the plan for TJC is not to charge a fee for these worship experiences but to allow audiences to attend these events free of charge. Although TJC is under the pastoral care of Apostle Eugene Angers (ACIM), it believes in partnering with ministries so that souls that are gained for the Kingdom of God can find a home in their local communities.
September 6th 2019 will see the release of the debut single and music video Yahweh, by TJC featuring Loyiso Bala, Byron Levi, Lebohang Kgapola, Spencer Kennedy and Don Vino. Yahweh was written by Byron Levi out of brokenness, following the death of his brother who was shot by a gang member close to his family home. This unfortunate incident left Byron confused about the love of God in relation to the works of the enemy. However, during his quiet time, the Holy Spirit began to show him broken pieces of his life crying out the name of Yahweh. As they began to cry out, Byron started to experience wholeness.
Through this song, TJC hopes to carry the message of the fullness of God to the rest of Africa and the world, not only through music and singing, but also through their heart for worship.
Yahweh will be available on all digital platforms, 6th September 2019. To Pre-Save Yahweh, follow this link.
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