Renowned Ghanaian gospel music trio, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, recently revealed a remarkable testimony highlighting the power of their music in the healing process of two mentally challenged individuals.
During an interview on Upside Down, a program on Citi TV, the group’s leader, Cynthia Appiadu, shared the inspiring account of how their music had a transformative impact on the lives of these individuals.
Cynthia narrated the touching story, describing the journey of healing experienced by two people who had been grappling with mental health issues.
One of them was a man who had served as the Master of Ceremonies (MC) at an event attended by the group. This individual had been battling psychological challenges following his repatriation from Italy. According to Cynthia, he attributed his healing to listening to one of the group’s songs.
“One of these persons is a man who was the MC of a program we attended… he was repatriated from Italy, so the trauma affected him mentally… he told us after listening to our song he was healed,” Cynthia shared during the interview.
Daughters of Glorious Jesus, comprised of Cynthia Appiadu, Edna Sarpong, and Monica Owusu Ansah, established themselves in 1989.
Over the past three and a half decades, the group has become a household name in Ghana, captivating the hearts and minds of the public with its extensive repertoire of over a hundred songs. Their impactful and soul-stirring music has left an indelible mark, transforming lives and resonating with audiences across the nation.