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Prophet Bushiri to launch six books

Written by  Cynthia Wazakili
Dr Shepherd Bushiri Dr Shepherd Bushiri Pic sourced from internet

Lilongwe, December 19,2018: Dr Shepherd Bushiri of Enlighted Christian Gathering Church, ECG, also known as Major 1, said he is ready to launch his six books on December 18, 2018 at Victoria gardens in Blantyre.

Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency (MANA), Dr Bushiri’s spokesperson, Ephraim Nyondo said the six books were inspired by Bushiri’s global prophetic tour.

“Dr Bushiri had published these books because he is trying to respond to various issues that people have questions on.

“Further, this year, because of the global prophetic tour, he was always flying to various destinations meeting many people, different experiences and he had time to meditate on somethings which stirred his muse to write,” said Nyondo.

Nyondo added that the books are spiritual revelations the Prophet has on different topics and issues affecting the society.

He said, “Dr Bushiri’s books mostly tackle leadership insights and solutions in key areas such as church administration, business management and communication theories using biblical wisdom and examples.”

According to Nyondo the books were first launchedin South Africa on November 11 and the reception was massive. He said ECG has since received inquiries across the world for the need to take the books to every corner.

“We are here in Malawi now and we do not just launch and sale these books, we are also donating these books to less fortunate people and we have already talked with various bookshops and bookstores,” he said.

Currently, the books can be purchased at Grey Matter and Maneno bookshops both in Lilongwe and Blantyre but will soon be accessible in different parts of the country.

The topics of the six books include: Names of God; Prophetic Gates; Mysteries Surrounding Your Money; Sleeping Near the Ark and Crafts of Effective Communication.

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