Celebrated gospel singer Size 8 Reborn is set to be ordained as a minister of God’s word in a ceremony at the Jubilee Christian Church (JCC), Thika on Sunday, December 12.
Through her social media pages, Size 8 announce the start of a new chapter in her life, noting that it was an emotional moment for her.
“I will be ordained as a minister of God’s word, a servant of the most high God this Sunday and this is very emotional for me. God is not a man that He should lie. He chooses whomever and changes them to serve Him,” she wrote.
Size 8 was formerly a secular artist known for her singles that include, Shamba Boy, Vidonge and Moto among others.
She confirmed in April 2013 that she had crossed over to the Gospel music industry after being born again and releasing her first single, dubbed, Mateke.
“My life is like a movie from the secular world to an ordained servant of God. See God. God’s grace is real. I got born again in 2013 and started the Gospel music journey, five years later in 2018, I went to Bible school and graduated. Now 8 years later in 2021, am going to be ordained,” she narrated.
The singer felt obligated to God and grateful to his husband and mentors for guiding her through the transition from the secular to the religious world.
“To God be the glory only by His grace, His power and spirit through His son Jesus Christ has this happened. In God’s time he makes everything beautiful
“To my husband @djmokenya thanks for allowing me to go serve God and to my Pastor and mentors Pastor Kelvin and Jacky Ephraim God bless you all,” she added.