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Multitudes of SDA church members from the entire district of Nampala, traditional leaders and people from other denominations gathered at Kaimbi camp site to witness the closure of the five day camp meeting which started on 15 August, 2023.

Pastor Halifax Rightwell Nkhata took advantage of the presence of non adventists present at the worship service to respond to the great commission as sent by the Lord Jesus.

In his sermon titled 'The man who tried again', pastor Nkhata referred to the book of John chapter 19 verse 18 and Luke 23: 40 - 43 where he said that Jesus was nailed on the cross between two criminals and that each of them had equal access to the Lord. The pastor explained that only one took advantage of the presence of Jesus between them and decided to renew his relationship with the Saviour. It was conspicuously clear that people were divinely touched when the man of God said that with only a word, the criminal was forgiven and was promised heaven. The pastor decorated his sermon with song number 246 whose chorus says that telling Jesus just a word will help us on the way. At this point, pastor Nkhata pleaded with the people to renew their relationship with Jesus by telling the Saviour that they need Him as the criminal did.

At the end of divine sermon many people stepped forward and decided to renew their relationship with Jesus. Pastor Paul Kamgoma prayed for them.

The camp meeting tackled issues like family life, county living, entrepreneurship, health, stewardship and church hierarchy among others. Non adventists who attended the daily meetings were dumbfounded at how facilitators used scripture to support their presentations.

At the end of it all, the chairperson of the 2023 camp meeting committee, Master Guide Fletcher Kadammanja, called women clad in Dorcus uniform to present gifts to all the pastors.

By Macdonald Mphanda

CMC Media



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