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Nsewa Senior Choir on a Mission

Updated: Mar 28, 2019

Senior choir members pose with the villagers

Nsewa senior Choir on March 23, 2019, had a door to door visitation in Zapita village, Traditional Authority Malili in Lilongwe, with an aim of reaching people and sharing the word of God.

The journey started with a door to door visitation and ended with prayers at Zapita primary school.

The chairperson for the group Elder Scot Banda said they decided to go to Zapita because as a group, they realised that their duty is not only to sing but they also have a role to play which is reaching people through preaching the everlasting gospel.

"Nsewa senior choir decided to go to Zapita village following the great commission which our Lord Jesus Christ gave us in Matthew 28:18-20 to go to the world and preach the gospel. Jesus also said in John 10:16 that we should bring His sheep in His fold," said Elder Banda.

Elder Banda then added that it is their duty as christians to go out of their churches to help Jesus bring the sheep to His fold.

"As a group we divided ourselves into 5 groups where we visited over 50 families and small groups where we shared the word of God about Jesus' soon coming.

It was a wonderful experience for we discovered that people out there are in dire need of the word of God and we are planning to make a follow up visit in the near future where apart from sharing the word of God, we will also share with the people some food items, clothing and toiletries," concluded elder Banda

One of the members from the village Lizineti Mafelela said she was happy with the message that came in time.

"Iam very happy with what has happened today, I have heard everything that was prepared and the message that I have grasped most is the love of Jesus Christ coming down here just to die for my sins," said Mafelela.

She further added that the messages that were shared have helped her remember the roles that she has here on earth and do God's will.

Commenting on the same, Liviness Majima who is the only Seventh Day Adventist member in Zapita village thanked senior choir for the good job done.

"I am glad with what has happened today and I will be very happy if you will come back and plant a branch here because I always walk long distance every Sabbath since we don't have a church in our village," said Majima.

She added that she would be glad if they will prepare the same program soon so that a lot of people should know Jesus Christ and walk away from their evil deeds and follow the right path of Jesus Christ.

The group comprises of over 20 members.



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