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Seventh-day Adventist church planters from M'bwatalika district in Lilongwe have received Voice of Prophecy materials which will be used during their planned door to door outreach activities in preparation for forthcoming crusades.

Five church planters have been assigned to embark on a journey to spread the word of God in five respective villages namely; Bingu, Kanyandule, Dzowole, Chithandire and Mtali.

Speaking during the ceremony, Headson Kudzala who has been assigned to preach around Bingu village, said he was very eager to connect Bingu community to Christ.

"I am ready and eager to offer messages of hope to all who are willing to listen," Kudzala said.

Welcoming the church in his area, Senior Group Village Headman Bingu Masanda assured the church planters that people in the area are willing to listen to the word of God and has given the church permission to reach every household in the area.

The district Pastor, Mark Chimatula, has advised the church planters to be committed and dedicated in distributing VOP lessons which he said are essential tools for evangelism for the church.

Nathan Mphamba

CMC Media.



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