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As the year 2020 ends, Central Malawi Conference (CMC) of the Seventh-day Adventist church, Youth department conducted facilitators’ workshop on 13th and 20th December 2020 at Lilongwe Central church aiming at equipping its youth leaders for 2021 service.

Speaking at the function, CMC Youth director, Pastor Solomon Austin Naliya challenged facilitators to deliver what they learnt to their colleagues who will be able to teach others too.

Pastor Naliya further urged the leaders to be exemplary and be witnesses of what they have been taught during the workshop.

The workshop which dwelt much on how to activate the Youth ministry was accompanied with powerful presentations such as creativeness in teaching achievement classes, youth ministry, and communication, and evangelizing in a modern world among others.

One of the delegates Master Guide Patrick Tembo from Kasiya-M'bwatalika-Namitete zone in Lilongwe said he is ready to teach what he has learnt to his zone in January 2021.

In his closing remarks, chairperson for Central Malawi Conference Youth department, Master guide Khalani Makunje thanked all the delegates for accepting the challenge to teach others.

"As a Conference, we are very sure that we have trained people who will be able to produce positive results in our ministry as well as the Church. The first assignment is to teach other leaders and all AY members in your zones early next year", said Makunje.

The workshop was delegated by the 12 zone representatives from 9 political districts of Central Malawi.

Reported by Chrisher Mapezi



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