TRUISM launches debut music album | MorungExpress … – Morung Express

Members of TRUISM with Rev Dr Zelhou Keyho and others during the album release on December 13.

Kohima, December 13 (MExN): A debut music album by the TRUISM titled ‘Out of His Great Love’ (a collective testimony of the amazing joy we have in our God) was released by Rev Dr Zelhou Keyho, General Secretary, NBCC on at Platinum Hall, NBCC Bayavü Hill, Kohima.
An update from the organisers informed that TRUISM is a group of five ladies- Vikielienuo Solo, Nourhengunuo Zatsu, Khriekesonuo Liezietsu, Keviphrünuo Khezhie and Thejasenuo Kire, and the story goes back to singing together in Sunday school for the past 14 years.
Like many words, TRUISM has a lot of alternate meanings but one meaning of TRUISM is “with prompt and passion,” which they feel is befitting for the group because they sing with great zeal for the Lord, the update stated.
It informed that most of the songs that the sing are about enlightening and strengthening one’s faith in God, being reminded of His love and encouraged by His Grace.
The group also stated, “We have a vision for mission; to musically reach out to more people. We all have times when the world seems to be pressing down on us and we hope to bring comfort, share God’s love and blessings through our music.”
On the occasion, Vipralhou Kesiezie, Managing Board Chairman Khedi Baptist Church delivered a speech, while TRUISM Story was retold by Neitseizonuo Liezietsu and Vikielienuo Solo spoke about the making of the album and delivered the vote of thanks.
The album was produced by Vipralhou Kesiezie, music by Neilhoumenuo Kesiezie, Thejasezo Belho and Alfred Besü, recorded & mixed at Clef Ensemble, Kohima, Photography and videography by San Productions, Graphics by Kekuosetuo Sachü and team Manager Neitseizonuo Liezietsu.
The album release programme was led by Dr Ruokuovilie Sachü, Pastor, Khedi Baptist Church who also read the scripture and pronounced the invocation prayer.
 The album contains 10 songs with one music video; four songs are in Tenyidie and 6 in English.
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