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Zomba, July 16, 2019: Bishop of Zomba Diocese Reverend George Desmond Tambala has appealed to parents and relatives to clearly understand what it means to bring their children to the priestly altar. Bishop Tambala said this on Saturday at Zomba Cathedral during the ordination of three priests and three deacons.…
Machinga, July 15, 2019: Vice President, Everton Chimulirenji Sunday stressed the need for a peaceful co-existence between government and the church, saying both have a common goal of improving people’s lives in the country. He made the remarks during a service of prayer organized by the Living Word Evangelistic Church…
Karonga, July 9, 2019: Redeemed Presbyterian Church (RPC) has urged Christians across the country to remain united and continue loving one another regardless of the religious affiliations.  Karonga RPC Resident Pastor, Mwayiwawo Soko was speaking Saturday in Karonga during official celebrations event following his ordination in April, 2019. He said…
Zomba, July 9, 2019: Deputy Minister of Gender, Disability and Social Welfare, Grace Kwelepeta, has hailed the Muslim Community in the country for maintaining and promoting peace in the country. Kwelepeta praised the Islamic faithful on Sunday when she presented certificates to 20 women on Muslim studies during the closing…
Neno, July 11, 2019. Neno Catholic Parish, Rev. Fr Christopher Nakhate has called on political and civil society leaders to be responsible to avoid political violence. In his sermon on Sunday, he cited recent violent protests in some parts of the country which he said have affected Independence anniversary celebrations.…
Mzuzu, June 26, 2019: Zolozolo Church of Central African Presbytery (CCAP) of Livingstonia Synod says it has embarked on a fundraising drive to raise money for various development activities at the church. Reverend Mwai Chilongozi of the church said some of the projects which the church intend to embark on,…
Lilongwe, June 18, 2019. Dynamic Leaders and Gatekeepers Forum (DLGF) has emphasized on the need for leaders to take responsibility by reflecting on issues that they can do as leaders in order to shape the political and socio-economic landscape of the country in a faith perspective that is based on…
Lilongwe, June 17, 2019: Members of St Padre Pio Church an outstation of Kaggwa Parish in Area 49 in Lilongwe have been encouraged to concern going for pilgrims to Holy places locally and internationally in order to deepen their faith. Kaggwa Parish, Fr. Mathews Potani said this Sunday after conducted…
Blantyre, June 14, 2019: Bible Society of Malawi (BSM) will for the first time hold a Bible Youth Day aimed at enhancing networking among Bible Youth Clubs (BYC) and other youth across the nation while uplifting their spiritual lives. There are four events which will take place on June 15,…
Ntchisi, June 14,  2019:  Malawi Association for Christian Support (MACS), a non-profit charitable organization based in England through the Lake Malawi Diocese of the Anglican Church has come to the rescue of Mikanga Primary School in Traditional Authority (TA) Malenga’s area in Ntchisi district by constructing a classroom block at…
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Seeking divine intervention through social media

Seeking divine intervention through social media

Phalombe, July 12, 2019: Social media networks like WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter have changed lives of Malawians in many aspects, be it in political, socioeconomic and religious circles. In the religious arena, social media has to some extent revolutionised the preaching of the Gospel. Social me...