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KACHETA COMMUNITIES CHALLENGED TO PROCLAIM EVERLASTING GOSPEL.

Updated: Oct 13, 2023


Central Malawi conference of the Seventh - day Adventist (SDA) Church Director of Women Ministries and Communications Grace Mazunda has challenged communities in Kacheta in Lilongwe to be committed towards the proclamation of the everlasting gospel according to Mathew 28:18-20 if they are to register their names in the book of life.


Mazunda made the appeal on Sabbath October 7,2023 at Group village Kacheta near Ngalayapakamwa Hill in Traditional Authority Chadza in Lilongwe during the end of two week Evangelistic meeting .The meeting which was organized by Lilongwe Central Church Women Ministries started on September 24,2023 and mainly focused calling the communities to repentance.

She further applauded Lilongwe Central Church Women Ministries department members for their efforts towards the promotion of the church’s great commission which is vital for meaningful contribution of new converts into the church.


“I call upon all the people of Kacheta to nurture the new converts and help them put their focus on Jesus their wonderful savior,” she explained.



The guest speaker to the evangelistic meeting Shepherdess Grace Ndalama from Zomba District Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church said she was optimistic that people in Kacheta have smoothened their lives and had made their decisions to surrender their lives to Christ through baptism.


“I came here to proclaim Jesus for two weeks and would challenge you that I have revealed to you all the secretes for your salvation.What remains is for you is to respond to God’s call to repentance so that your names are written in the book of life,” she said.


Pastor Aulex Msulira of Lilongwe Central Church commended Lilongwe Women Ministries for conducting a successful evangelistic meeting which has claimed eighty two souls into the church through baptism.


Jackson Maclay

CMC Media.

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