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Sixty five people got baptized at Kachere Seventh-day Adventist church in Kasungu on 21st October, 2023. Forty two of these were, specifically a result of a two week crusade which was conducted by Kachere Dorcus Women while the other twenty three were from the church's bible class.

The crusade took place at Dawa village in the area of Traditional Authority Kaomba from 8th to 21st October 2023. The main speaker was Evangelist Chimwemwe Guluka from Gulliver SDA church in Lilongwe.

Speaking at the close of the crusade, Guluka attributed the success of the crusade to God.

"I thank God for all what has happened here and that God has used me to speak on His behalf. He, Himself, was present throughout the entire two weeks and invited people to His Holy Kingdom," Evangelist Guluka said.

Guluka also thanked the people of Dawa village for a cordial welcome given to the women and for the good hospitality in the entire period of the crusade. She then encouraged them to support the new converts so that they do not backslide.

Group village headman Tobias Chiyembekeza thanked the Seventh-Day Adventist church for choosing to minister on his village.

"It is a blessing to have such a wonderful crusade in my area. I really appreciate that. May I hasten to invite you to come again In future since most of my people have missed this opportunity due to other obligations," Group village headman Chiyembekeza, who was visibly joyful, said.

Elder Emerson Khazika who spoke on behalf of pastor Moses Mpinganjira, thanked Evangelist Guluka and her team for working tirelessly up until the heavens have smiled.

William Kamangoro Mkandawire

CMC Media



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