Glory Chuku-Umunna the Canada based gospel music artist debuts with her much anticipated single titled BROKEN VESSELS.
ABOUT THE SONG
Almost everyone has been through an experience that took something away from them, left them wounded, scarred, feeling inadequate, not good enough, or incomplete… left them broken. These may have been the doings of other people or brought upon us by our own mistakes or poor judgements. Whatever the case, we tend to shrink into our shell, for fear of being criticised and judged by God and man. But like the Kintsugi Japanese pottery, that highlights the cracks and chips of damaged vessels with gold to create an even stronger, more beautiful piece of art, our Father God creates something more unique, beautiful, and resilient through our brokenness.
Broken Vessels is a message of hope, reminding us that it is in our most vulnerable places that the love, restoration, and power of Christ is abundantly available and through it, we become a beacon of light and hope to others. The Father’s Arms are wide open seeking you. God is saying, “come to Me with that brokenness and hurt and I will restore you and make that crack a channel of my glory.”
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Producer by David Agboola
Video by Achille Simeon
Glory Chuku-Umunna was born, the third of five children on the 19th day of July in Luanda, Angola. She began her formal education in Europe, (then Yugoslavia, now Serbia and Montenegro), and completed her secondary education in the Republic of Benin.
In 2007, Glory obtained her BSc from the University of Nigeria and proceeded to Lagos in 2008 for her Youth Service. It was at this time that she ventured into the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria pageant, organised by Silverbird Television. She emerged the winner, thus becoming the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria, 2009 and Nigeria’s representative at the Miss World pageant in the same year.
She has been a speaker and facilitator in youth seminars and led charity initiatives during her tenure as MGBN 2009. After crowning her successor, she proceeded to complete a master’s degree and presently works as a registered nurse. Born into a Christian family, Glory’s love for gospel music grew early. She joined her family church choir at the age of 8 and has ever since continued to embrace the worship of God in music and song.
Being a lover of Christ, Glory currently serves in her local church choir and teenage department.
She is happily married and blessed with two children.
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