Pastor and gospel singer Ludmila Ferber dies at 56

Pastor and gospel singer Ludmila Ferber dies at 56

Pastor Ludmila Ferber died last Wednesday (27), aged 56. She had been battling cancer since 2018, which was initially diagnosed in the lung, and later metastasized to the liver and bones. The death was announced by the label responsible for his musical career, Sony Music Gospel.

Ferber began his journey into gospel music as a member of the group Koinonya, and later rose to prominence as a solo artist. On a social network, she had more than 2.4 million followers, who followed her music releases and publications with positive messages.

In her last post, made two days before her death, she released one of her songs, where she talked about seeking strength in God in difficult times.

She was born and lived in Rio de Janeiro, and received honors from the city’s mayor and state governor.

“My condolences to Pastor Ludmila Ferber’s friends, family and huge legion of fans,” Mayor Eduardo Paes (PSD) said on social media.

Governor Cláudio Castro (PL) released a note of condolences, in which he left his condolences to the pastor’s family. “May God bring comfort at this time,” he declared.

In her songs and statements, Ludmila Ferber was open about the challenges in facing cancer and had messages of strength and overcoming. Among his most famous songs are “Dreams of God” and “Never stop fighting”.

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Reference: CNN Brasil