Posted on: November 28th, 2017

At the grand finale of A Song of Praise Music Festival Year 6, the men behind the concept of ASOP gave their inspiring messages for the night.
Kuya Daniel Razon’s message to ASOP for winning PMPC’s Star Awards Best Talent Search Program:“With that recognition that we got from the PMPC, it is but fit to say, all honor belongs to God.”

Also, in his speech, BMPI CEO and President Kuya Daniel Razon took the opportunity to thank all those who have been a part of the program: the songwriters who took part in the year-round competition for sharing their passion and music, the judges who critiqued song entries and advised composers and the audience who participated and applauded, the production for their hard work and most of all to the Almighty, the one who deserves all of our praises.

Lastly to round out this throwback compilation, here’s Bro. Eli Soriano’s message: “I believe that ASOP can contribute something, to open the hearts and minds of people, that there really exists a Creator who deserves all our praises, all glory and honor,” he said.

In the culminating event, Bro. Eli also thanked Members of Church of God International (MCGI) for overwhelming support to the program.
Now that it’s time to move on to the seventh year, ASOP continues to inspire talents and celebrate gospel music dedicated all for the glory of God.

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