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Young Adventist Women Ministries (YAWM) of Chinsapo SDA church in Lilongwe district, had a memorable day on 27th September 2020 by cheering Gogo Iness Nantawu at Chimphangu village Traditional Authority Malili.

Gogo Nantawu who is 89 years old is currently living with her 6 grand children.

In an interview with the organiser of the outreach program, Violet Mphasa said that it is one of their duties and responsibilities to do some charity work as young women in the society and at the same time sharing the gospel.

"As young women, we don't have to look down on our selves in spreading the gospel as well as doing some charity work. Helping others is shown to us by what Tabithar from Jopah was doing in the Bible," she said.

She continued saying that sharing the word of God and helping the needy is everyone's duty and this should be done regardless of their religious, culture among others.

On her part, Gogo Nantuwa said that it was amazing to have the young women around her home. She also thanked and praised God for the gifts of issorted items which she received from the young women.

''I really thank God for this as my life will never be the same again for a certain period of time," she said.

She also advised the young ladies to love God in their everyday life, abstain from sexual activities and also to help others in times of need.

Chinsapo YAWM, has donated items like sugar, salt, soap, body lotion and Soya pieces among others.

YAWM organisation is one of the organs of Adventist Women ministries also known as Young DORCAS in Seventh Day Adventist Church which consist of young women between the age of 15 to early 30s.

By Tabithar Chinsisi Phiri - Chinsapo communicator



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