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The second quarter program for the stewardship meeting for Bunda Mission was presented by Ps Moses Mpinganjira of Kachere in Kasungu District from 1 May 2022 to 7 May 2022.

On Sabbath, 7 May 2022, the District churches congregated at Bunda to mark the official completion of the stewardship emphasis week.

Crafting the lessons to meet the current situation and generation of Adventists, Ps Mpinganjira hinged on the development of faithful Christian Community that understand the reasons of their existence on earth and how they can utilize opportunities given to them by God.

Speaking to the church from the book of Mathew 26:6-13, Mark 14:3-9, John 12:1-8, and Luke 7:36-50, the man of God presented the story of the woman who brought the most precious oil and anointed the feet of Jesus Christ a thing that amazed many followers of Jesus including His disciples.

"For us to be saved, we need to break the Alabaster box filled with precious sweet smelling oil so that the work our God advances in its full context. Many are people on the way who demotivates others who wants to honour God with their wealth, but I encourage you all to be focused and support God's work earnestly and energetically", Mpinganjira stressed.

First Elder for Mitundu Church, Brian Chimkupu commended Central Malawi Conference for the delegated clergy who revived the Church in Bunda District to be faithful to God.

Commenting on the same, Elder Prof Timothy Gondwe, thanked all members from various churches surrounding the district for coming over to grace the function that helped reshaping the direction of Christians in stewardship issues.

As one way of strengthening the faithfulness of Adventists around globe, the remnant church teach the stewardship lessons once every quarter reminding people about their spiritual welfare and love for God's work.

‘Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling’.

By Jackson Maclay-CMC Communications



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