Veteran gospel artiste, Helena Rhabbles on the occasion of her 60th anniversary on Friday at East Legon in Accra has said that she is set to among other things train young girls aged five and above in music and dance.
This, according to her, would be in fulfillment of a burden laid upon her heart by God.
The mentorship is geared toward raising children who would use their talents to glorify the Supreme Being.
She would also meet their feeding needs as well as cater for women who are battered in the society, adding that such women need to be comforted.
These works would be done through her Foundation, Helena Rhabbles Ministries.
She, therefore, called on well-meaning Ghanaians as well as individuals around the globe to support her to fulfill this vision.
“It’s a burden on my heart which I really want to do”, she added.
Addressing her colleagues in the gospel music industry, the award-winning musician charged them to acknowledge the Holy Spirit in all their dealings and not depend solely on their giftings if they truly desire to make an indelible impact through their ministrations.
The founder and general overseer of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare who was present at the event congratulated Helena Rhabbles for her hard work and consistency in ministry and prayed for longevity for her to continue her good works.
He also urged upcoming gospel musicians to love the Lord and be dedicated unto Him.
The occasion was graced by family members and friends, representatives of Women in Gospel Music including Diana Hopeson, Empress Gify, Abena Ruthy and Victoria Sarfo, seasoned musician, Nii Okai, Special Flowers Family Women’s Group as well as some gospel hosts and presenters.