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Nsewa Seventh-day Adventist church which is under Area 3 district in Lilongwe had an exceptional Celebration in commemoration of the World Adventurer Day on 18 May, 2024 during which all Sabbath activities were done by the Adventurers.

The Adventurers braved a chilly morning and performed a well arranged Sabbath school which captured the attention of all.

The congregation was further amazed during devine sermon when Caleb Chavula, Emily Dickson and Chisomo Magombo delivered touching messages of hope.

Quoting Phillipians 4: 6 - 7 and Matthews 11:28 the Adventurers encouraged the church to make their requests known to God whom they said is ready with permanent answers. The young preachers also alluded to the fact that Jesus is calling the weak and those who labour to come to Him and receive true freedom and peace.

In the afternoon, the Adventurers went on to amaze the congregation with wonderful verse recitals and speeches. Parents were visibly pleased with the performance and could not help showing their appreciation.

Speaking at the close of the ceremony, Veronica Nthala who is the leader of the Adventurer club at Nsewa, was full of smiles as she commended her charges for wonderful performances.

"We are humbled as leaders of the club with what the children have done today," She said.

First elder for Nsewa church, Samuel Basikolo also commended the Adventurers and their leaders for making thorough preparations which were vindicated by the performances.

The celebration ended with flag lowering, after which Ezekiel Chamanga who is the second church elder at Nsewa, closed with a prayer.

Robert Chandilira

CMC Media



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