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Lilongwe Central West District of the Seventh-day Adventist Church launched a five year strategic plan at Gulliver Seventh-day Adventist Church on 30th March, 2024.

Speaking during the launch, Pastor Petros Sukali of Lilongwe Central West district said the strategic plan is aimed at propelling the church towards the second coming of the Lord Jesus and to sustain unity between the church and the entire community.

"There are numerous challenges that the church and the entire community face and, therefore, those entrusted with leadership positions should be guided by the Holy Spirit," Pastor Sukali said.

He added that by having a strategic plan, the church will be able to perform well in its core mandate of evangelism even in a changed social, political and economic environment.

The guest of honour at the launch, Pastor Paul Kamgoma who is the Central Malawi Conference Executive Director, said that the strategic plan is a roadmap that the church will use in spreading the Gospel.

"Where there is no vision, people perish." Kamgoma said and advised the membership to coordinate and complement each other in oder that the church achieves the goals of the strategic plan.

Pastor Kamgoma further asked the district to assist other churches that might come to seek guidance on how to develop a strategic plan. He also advised other churches to emulate what Lilongwe Central West District has done.

Other high profile Central Malawi Conference leaders present at the launch were Pastor Ernest Mwale who is the Ministerial Secretary, Pastor Gladson Bowa who leads the Stewardship department and the Education, Public Affairs and Religious Liberty Director, Pastor Constance Kadango.

The event was spiced up by various singing groups and a parade by Adventist Youth who skilfully marched past and off in slow and quick time.

Aaron Kumwenda

CMC Media


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