Gctv: Can we meet you, full name and a brief background?
Bolarinde: I’m Bolarinde Omorejie. A lady with a passion for worship and bringing people in contact with God’s presence through worship. I have served as a committed music minister right from the age of 10 doing that which I love most and have been called to do.
Presently I am one of the lead vocalists at the LCC6 Church of Christ Embassy (BLW). I am the convener of the Worship Without Limits program and the Worship Leaders’ Conference. I am married and blessed with two sons.
Gctv: How did you get into music?
Bolarinde: I started singing right from when I was 10. It’s a natural gift and I always knew I had a calling to be a music minister – A Worship Pastor.
Gctv: What inspires you?
Bolarinde: The word of God that is where we get all our inspirations from. When you see the awesomeness of God it just pops out a song from inside of you.
Gctv: Could you tell us some of your challenges?
Bolarinde: The major challenge has been getting partners who are passionate about worship, to join me in hosting the worship programs. There are a lot of people who love to worship but getting them to be financially committed to programs like this is a different ball game altogether.
Gctv: How easy/difficult has it been for you career-wise over the years?
Bolarinde: I don’t see difficulties. Every stage has been part of the process God takes us through till we become all that He wants us to be.
Gctv: Any role model?
Bolarinde: My Pastor, Rev. Chris Oyakhilome has been my major role model. His desire to fulfill God’s purpose and his quest for excellence has constantly driven me to work at being the best of whom God wants me to be. Musically, my role models have been CeCe Winans, Juanita Bynum, Don Moen and anointed gospel minister of the BLW (Christ Embassy), Sinach.
Gctv: What did you set out to achieve when you started music?
Bolarinde: To start a worship outreach program that will hold from city to city and to every nation which we call “The Worship Without Limits”. It’s designed not to be about a church or the music minister, but about worship, God and His people.
It’s about the passion of being in His presence and a loving hunger for Him. Knowing that when we do this, he takes care of everything that pertains to us that is why at every of this programs we record several miracles and testimonies.
Gctv: How close are you to achieving that?
Bolarinde: We have started the Worship Without Limits programs and we have had several of it in different locations and several testimonies recorded and we will keep moving.
Gctv: Did you get support from family members when you started out?
Bolarinde: My family has always supported and believed in my music ministry.
Gctv: Any project you are currently working on?
Bolarinde: My live worship album (Worship Without Limits Live) and our WWL programs holding in different locations. Still expecting more.
Gctv: Do you think Nigerian gospel ministers are doing enough?
Bolarinde: Nigeria gospel music has greatly improved and it’s getting better by the day.
Gctv: For how long do you rehearse daily?
Bolarinde: Two hours and above.
Gctv: How many songs have you released so far?
Bolarinde: Two songs have been released titled For Your Praise and You Amaze Me.
I am currently working on others.
Gctv: How do you prepare for an event?
Bolarinde: It’s my lifestyle daily so I am always prepared. I pray also and rehearse with my team regularly; whether we have a program or not.
Gctv: Thanks for your time..