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Executive Director for Hope Channel Malawi Pastor Charles Thangalimodzi has challenged Central Malawi Conference (CMC) Communicators to be vigilant in embracing effective communication if they are to achieve meaningful and sustainable ways of reaching out to diverse audiences.

Thangalimodzi made the remarks on Sunday at Nalikule College of Education during a three day Communicators conference held under the theme “Connecting the World to Christ” aimed at equipping and strengthen them on the use of modern technology that would help reach out to many souls for their salvation.

“God as the greatest communicator used various forms of communication as such we need to emulate his example whenever we want to connect the world to Christ,” he explained.

In his remarks one of the facilitators to the conference Maxwell Matewere who is the National projects officer at the united Nations Drugs and crimes office further urged communicators to use various media platforms to educate the general public on human trafficking to help save many souls in bondage of slavery.

“We should be vigilant enough in communicating messages that would help expose the dangers of human trafficking in order to save God’s people,” he said.

The communicators conference was attended by notable dignitaries including Central Malawi Conference President Pastor John Anderson Phiri, Central Malawi conference Communication Director Grace Mazunda, Central Malawi Conference Executive Secretary Pastor Paul and Pastors including Pastor Wellington Thawatha, Dingani Mfune and Kamchanda.

By Mac Nelson Mwanza




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