The Kenyan gospel industry has been underrated and gotten a bad rep for years. From the poorly done music videos, unorthodox lyrics, gospel artists, and minister scandals that question their Christian faith.
RIG East Africa which is under the RIG Nation an organization founded in 2007 by Tomi Argyomi. The Non-Governmental Organisation was founded to restore the apostolic and prophetic ministry to the body of Christ for use by God.
The RIG East Africa officially launched The School of David. The school offers a unique and once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for ministers and ministers of the gospel across Kenya to be equipped for ministry.
The school promises to launch the participants into ministry, deepen prophecy, worship, and discover their spiritual gifts. Focusing on helping the participants utilize their Godly talents and gifting for the kingdom.
School of David offers 16 different and in-depth classes on ministry and gospel-related training including; Class of David, Class of Harp, Shofar Class, and Class Prophetic Worship. To enable the learners to be all-rounded.
The instructor of the classes will be Apostle Daps G Gwam. He has vast experience in music ministry training, a great songwriter and convener of the Feast of Incense that takes place annually in Jos, Nigeria.
Apostle Daps is the founder of Ancient Floodgate Global Ministry based in Jos, Nigeria. He is mostly known for his song titled Kadosh. He has also trained worship leaders and worship teams from; Eagles International Training Institute from Dallas, Texas, Ancient Gatekeepers Ministry Accra, Ghana and Redeemed Worship Centre, Santa Lucia.
The classes will be flexible for anyone regardless of age, occupation, or even location because they will be held online. With classes from February the 5th to April 16th for a fee of Ksh 40,000.
Kenyan ministers and gospel artists have an opportunity to grow in their gifting as they share the gospel with nations.