Gospel singer William McDowell will be performing in Accra at the Accra International Conference Centre on Friday March 15 at a concert dubbed ‘William McDowell In The Experience’.
The first of its kind, it is anticipated to be an electrifying worship event where Christians will be drawn closer to God through pure worship.
He will be performing his powerful worship songs including his most powerful song, ‘I Give Myself Away’.
Also on the night will be performances by Rev. Danny Nettey, Joe Mettle, Tagoe Sisters, Soul Winners and Denzel.
William McDowell is a leading voice and pioneer in modern worship. His ministry is revolutionizing the way the Body of Christ views worship.
His assignment and his message are relevant, thought provoking and life transforming.
At a time the tribulations of our society are increasingly surmounting and overwhelming, William McDowell has challenged the church to rise up and take its rightful place in the earth.
With his new release, ‘Arise’, blazing the trails of the highly acclaimed, ‘As We Worship’, McDowell is being used by God to reignite passion, purpose and power in the church.
“The church is the most powerful entity in the earth, because it is the vehicle by which Jesus speaks, acts and moves.
Nothing is more powerful than that,” declared McDowell on his website.
God is using him to speak that message to millions across the world.
All of these accomplishments are merely fruit from McDowell’s humble beginnings in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.
As a young boy, he spent countless hours alone on his keyboard, worshipping God.
The passion to further explore what God placed inside of him drove McDowell to Orlando, Florida.
He attended the popular Multimedia Arts School, Full Sail University.
He also became the Music Director for Praise and Worship Pioneer Ron Kenoly.
McDowell then became a Worship Pastor for a church in Orlando.
It was at this church, during a Wednesday night prayer service, that ‘I Give Myself Away’ was birthed.
With this grounding and foundation in worship, it’s no surprise that McDowell’s music ministry has traveled to more than 25 countries in the last 2 years.