The Blessing South Africa – 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.
South African Version – During the April 2020 lockdown people from across South Africa united to sing a blessing over our nation. The heart of this is to bless you – to give you hope and peace! Sing this in your homes, proclaim it over your family, your community, your city, your province – over our nation and our continent Africa! Share this with your friends, make it your own – sing it in your language and share your songs with us with using the tags : #theblessingsa #theblessingsouthafrica
Originally, The Blessing Song was written by Elevation Worship, Cody Carnes and Kari Jobe.
The South African Project was supported by :
Creative Director and Producer: Donna Mathews
Editor – Nick Lear
Mixer – Graeme Duffin
Logo Design: Ryan Botha
Jericho Hendricks – Keys
Barbara-Marie – Violin
Xhosa Translation – Minah Koela and Nontando Shelby Mtsamayi
Vocal in order of first appearance
Amen Chorus 1
Tamalyn-Jane and Mila Trefz
Xhosa Verse 3
The Stauch Children
Nontando Shelby Mtsamayi
Amen Chorus Choir:
To get in touch – email the team at theblessingSA2020@gmail.com
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