Firm Faith on the rise
4 September 2017
LOCAL Adventist acappella group Firm Faith Zimbabwe’s popularity continues to grow with a full house at their annual music night concert.
Dubbed ‘Changing Lives Through Music’ the concert was held at the New Ambassador Hotel on Saturday, attracting both Adventists and non-Adventists.
Group music director Marshal Matshilele told H-Metro that the concert is one of their annual programmes and they are happy with the support they are receiving.
He said they believe music has power to transform lives, bring hope to the people and nation.
“Our music is not only restricted to the Adventists. We sing for a wide audience and we are happy that the concert attracted people from all walks of life.
“As the theme said, changing lives through music, we believe in that power of music and our message is there to empower and uplift people spiritually,” he said.
“We are grateful of the support we are getting from our partners, this keeps us going. We will continue singing, changing lives and character,” he added.
The Whispers of Hope singers were supported by other groups such as the Reunion, Gleams and brother Velapi who all had time to showcase what they had under their sleeves.
“We were called to bring hope to the people and that is what we do. Our latest album Whispers of Hope is testimony to that. The response we get from listeners of our music is evidence that we are transforming lives,” Matshilele added.
The group also shared songs from their previous projects such as Muumbi weHari much to the delight of many.
Matshilele said they are happy with the response their latest project Whispers of Hope received, which has seen them touring neighbouring countries.