Amara Duru
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Amara started singing at the age of 10 in her church choir. As the years passed by she became the lead vocalist in the choir and progressed to a worship leader. She also developed in this role becoming a solo singer and started ministering in different churches. Amara moved to New Zealand in 2007. Since then she has been in the worship team at the Elim Christian Centre, under the ministry of Pastor Luke Brough,, where she regularly uses her gift to bless the congregation in ministering in songs.

Amara has participated in New Zealand’s Find a Star on TV One and was one of the semi-finalists. She also participated in the Maroke Singing Competition on Maori TV. On a timid humanitarian gesture, Amara has done work for charities helping people in need and serving the community. She worked with Christian against Poverty; and the Flemlily Charity Trust, raising money to help widows and HIV orphans in Zimbabwe. She also worked as a volunteer with Ole Lafitanga Trust, reaching out to the community. Her singing has been a cheerful tool which she has humbly used to reach out to the community and a lot of churches in Nigeria, New Zealand, Pacific Islands and Australia.

Amara is a song writer, composer, gospel singer and someone who loves the Lord. Amara composed her first song at the age of 11, which was titled Dance, Dance, Dance and her brother Wilfred, at 10 and sister Blessing at 8 were her backing vocals. She is a very passionate person and loves to serve with her gift. Amara has just produced her debut album titled – Beautiful, inspired by accepting yourself, loving yourself and believing that you are fearfully and wonderfully made, no one is like you, you are original and unique.(Psalm 139v14 I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvellous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.)

We are beautifully made in the image of God. God loves us just the way we are. It doesn’t matter what we’ve been through, or what we are going through, or what we look like, or where we are in life; God loves us just the way we are.
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