Emerging gospel artiste and cancer survivor Nadine Howell will launch her first single in a concert at the Arnos Vale Church of the Nazarene on April 9.
The single, “Promises”, will be launched in a concert under the same name.
“Basically the concert will be my testimony of what God has done for me in the past and what he continues to do for me,” said Howell, a singer/songwriter who has been involved in in music and the arts “from a tender age”.
Howell, a graduate of the Miami International Seminary (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) worship and music course, says the “is my way of saying thanks to God for granting me a second chance at life so I can declare his word”.
The worship minister at Arnos Vale Church of the Nazarene told iWitness News that at the concert, “persons can expect to be taken on my journey and go away knowing the same God that has done so much in my life is available to do the same for them no matter what they may be going through”.
“Promises” was released on Nov. 2nd 2015 by Lifeshift Records.
It was was written by Howell, Carol Angel Jackson and David Thomas.
“The song came as a result of going to Barbados with team from the Mints SVG worship course. I had previously met Carol Angel Jackson and David Thomas when I did the course the year before. Carol is a singer/songwriter and David is a music producer. They expressed their interest in working with me, so when I went to Barbados the second time we went into studio. It didn’t take too long before we came up with the concept and we all worked on the song. It ended up being the song that fit right in with what I had gone through, being a cancer survivor. God promised he would not leave or forsake me and today I am a living testimony of his promise,” Howell said.