Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church members have been urged to promote Literature Evangelism if the church is to achieve meaningful and sustainable evangelist work.
Literature Evangelist Rosemary Chilunga made the appeal on Sabbath at Machenga Seventh-day Adventist Church in the area of Traditional Authority Njewa in Lilongwe at the end of Publishing Week which was organised under the theme: "I WILL GO".
"I am encouraging all church members to take part in Literature Evangelism if they are to achieve the church's mission of reaching out to communities with the Gospel and prepare them to experience Salvation," Chilunga said.
She further appealed to all church members to step up their efforts in enhancing Literature Evangelism which is crucial in preaching the gospel to win more souls to Christ.
In his remarks, Senior Church elder of Machenga Seventh day Adventist Church Martin Yohane Phiri stressed the need for the church members to step up their efforts in enhancing Literature Evangelism inorder to win as many souls as possible.
"As a church, we are appealing to all members to develop a positive mind towards the promotion of Literature Evangelism because it will help reach out to the communities no matter what it takes," Phiri said.
Speaking in an interview on the sidelines of the event, newly enrolled Literature Evangelist, 12-year-old Kondwani Suluma said that Literature Evangelism plays a pivotal role in intensification of evangelistic drive to Sustainable Church growth.
"As a youth, I am convinced to take this challenge to join the publishing team and get involved in Literature Evangelism because that is the only way to ensure that many souls stand a chance of being saved from the jaws of the devil and experience Salvation," Suluma explained.
The publishing week was organised with an aim of empowering church members to develop a positive mind towards the promotion of Literature Evangelism.
By Francis Mkanya