Gospel singer Mrs. Georgina Doe-Sergeant known simply as Gina Doe has found the inspiration to bring alive the hymns 154 and 50 from the Methodist Hymn Book (MHB 154, 50) as well as Psalm 23 and others in a beautiful medley.
The soothing reggae rendition was laced with her powerful vocal to remind everyone of the saviour in Jesus Christ, who calls us out to “Come unto me and rest; lay down, O weary one, lay down your head upon my breast.”.
Gina ended this medley with Psalm 23 and the popular “Amazing Love”, as she noted that these songs minister to her in a very special way anytime she is down and she decided to share it everyone.
The video of the song will be premiering on YouTube on the 31st of October.
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ABOUT GINA DOE
Mrs. Georgina Doe-Sergeant is married to Mr. Wim Sergeant with 3 kids; Manasseh, Lauryn, and David. She’s commonly known as Gina Doe. Some call her the Anatomist and others call her The She Warrior. She’s a Ghanaian, born and bred in Kumasi, and has been living in Belgium since 2015 with her family.
She is the third child to her parents; Mr. Bruno Doe Dagbovie and Madam Kate Nkrumah.
She attended Christ The King International School at Ayigya, then to KNUST Senior High School for her secondary education.
She went to Atebubu College of Education for three years, through which she became a teacher and taught for 5 years.
Her love for her distant education has caused her to attain so many certificates. She resigned from Ghana Education Service to be a full-time servant in the ministry in 2014. She went to the University of Antwerp to study Dutch. She then followed a six-month course to become a Voice Physiologist.
Because she has a strong passion for the media, she went to Encora in Antwerp to study Multimedia.
She is now a professional Voice Anatomist (Voice Coach), A Graphic Designer, A Videographer, A Photographer, UI, and UX Designer.
She holds a popular workshop for singers called Voice Anatomy. She is the Care Taker of The She Warrior Prayer Movement.
She’s a methodist and therefore fellowships with The Methodist Church Ghana, Antwerp, Belgium. She ministers every Sunday afternoon at Damascus Christian Church International and therefore sees herself as part of them.
Singing and dancing is her hobby. She loves to spend time with her family. She goes to the Zoo at least once a month because of her love for animals.
She loves to learn new things every day to support the ministry that God has given to her.