Judith Gayle never stops. This gospel singer is the epitome of persistence and determination. The outstanding Jamaican woman of God is charting a course that others would do well to emulate.
When it comes to speaking things into being Gayle is a living example as she it has been her desire to perform in the motherland.
As she often said to friends, “I always want to go to Africa but was waiting for the right time.”
That ‘right time’ has now come and November 24 Gayle and her team will be heading to Action Chapel International in Ghana. It all came about when Arch Bishop Duncan Williams heard her song “Stay With God”. He immediately told his people to find her, they did and she readily accepted the invite.
“I always believe in the Scripture that says in Proverbs 18 :16, ‘A man gifts makes room for him, and bringeth him before great men’, now it has manifested in my life, and I am grateful to God even more,” she said.
The singer is claiming a great year in 2019 as she set to launch her 7th album called “Breakthrough” and adding that that she will be the first Jamaican Gospel artist who will take on the challenge in doing a skirt line, designing her own fabric.
Also in the pipeline for the gospel singer is her third book Had I Not Known You’ which is slated to be released soon. The book captures her life’s experiences and should prove to be an interesting read for her fans.
Over the years Gayle has not only been ministering through songs, but has been chalking up one accolade after another including being the 2017 recipient of the order of Her Excellency the Honorable Dr Judith Gayle, OMS, The Order Of Minister Stateswoman, with all rights and Privileges Pertaining thereto of being an Ambassador/Stateswoman presented by the WORD OF LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP, headed by the leadership of,
The Right Rev.Dr. the Honorable Phillip S Phinn, OEA, D-C.P.C. She has the impressive fete of having a song enjoying over eight million hits on YouTube for Give Me Jesus, a song which has been climbing the charts since 2010.
Gayle is nominated for the Caribbean Gospel Legend Music Award, The Next Generation in June 2019, by the Gospel Vibes Production, in the united States.