The Blessing Zimbabwe – The Blessing movement was first started in the United Kingdom called The Blessing UK. Gospel artist in various countries are also coming together to do The Blessing version of their respective countries. Gospel artist in Zimbabwean also came together to do The Blessing Zimbabwean
The project was made possible by Sasai TeamTalk – The BlessingZW cover – Zimbabwean musicians heeded the call to unite and come together as the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although physically we have been forced apart due to social distancing, we hope this performance serves as a message of peace and blessing upon your lives as we power through these challenging times – together.
Be blessed and inspired. Share The Blessing Zimbabwe with your family and friends, or record in your own language and share with us on social media with the hashtag: #TheBlessingZW
Song written by Elevation Worship, Cody Carnes and Kari Jobe. Disclaimer: We do not own copyright to the music.
Performers in alphabetical order:
Guitar by Tendai Manatsa.
Edited and directed by Dicomm McCann.
Brought to you by Sasai TeamTalk
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