Ghanaian gospel singer, Bernice Panford has disclosed that one of the most difficult moments she experienced in life was when her home in Belgium collapsed years ago.
According to the singer, her husband had just bought the building but they were yet to find an expert to check out the house.
They began renovation when her husband received a sudden call that their building had caved in.
“We bought the house but we did not get an expert to check the house for us so we moved in and we thought we could live in it and be doing renovation here and there, I was then pregnant with my first daughter,” the Belgium-based artiste said.
“And one of the days when the workers were working, my husband got a telephone call, the house has collapsed so basically it was left with four walls of the house.”
Speaking on Joy Prime’s morning show, Bernice mentioned that thankfully nobody was hurt in the incident.
She added that a friend came to their rescue and accommodated them for a while until they gained their feet and put up their home again.
“Thanks be to God, a friend accommodated us and we were like seven people in one room, our plan was we are going to get everything done in one month or two so that we can move back but there’s always disappointments with workers and all that, but at the end of the day we were able to fix it and move home”, the singer mentioned on Prime Morning, Thursday.
Bernice shared that in all these circumstances she kept singing and ministering while trusting God for a breakthrough.
She is happily married with four children.
In October she will host the fifth edition of the most anticipated gospel event in Europe.
She mentioned her current song ‘I Overcame’ has been released and is available on all digital platforms and urged all her fans and everyone to support the music.
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