Dzenza AMO offers hand for Mkanda Church Building Project
On 30th March 2019, the Adventist Men Organisation (AMO) from Dzenza church of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) in Central Malawi Conference visited Mkanda Church for support on the church's building project.
Mkanda is a branch of Nsundwe SDA church in Mbwatalika district which was opened in 2016. Currently, it has a total of about 15 baptized members. Among other items needed at the church for distribution are bibles and hymn books.
Reading from the book of Deut 32:29 (O that they were wise, that they understood this, that they would consider their latter end! KJV), elder Prosper Chambwinja stated that people should not wait to be in trouble so as to repent, or expect to be sick first before they could seek for forgiveness. He stressed that the best time to repent is now when there is time and chance to do so.
The grouping through their leader Senior Elder Prosper Chambwinja indicated that AMO gladly accepted the request from Mkanda SDA Church to offer a hand in the church building project.
In their support, Dzenza AMO made a contribution of K100,000.00 to the church which will be used to buy iron sheets for roofing the church.
The grouping however asked congregants to take heed of the Message that was given on that particular day.
"Our coming to Mkanda church is also to cement friendship between members of Mkanda SDA Church and Dzenza SDA Church and largely is part of the evangelism by Dzenza AMO," said Chambwinja.
Chambwinja also thanked Senior Group Village Headman Chingala for the support that he is giving to the church by among other things providing land where the church has been constructed.
The Senior Group Village Headman in his speech expressed gratitude that AMO members from Dzenza came to support a local church. He indicated that he did not hesitate to provide land for church building to Mkanda SDA church members when requested upon realising that the church was congregating in a class room.
The chief also thanked Dzenza AMO for coming to his area to support the local church and also spread the good news from the bible.
Apart from members from the branch, congregants also came from sister branches, and Joint Dorcas and Adventist youth participated in singing for the Lord.