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God’s Will Ministries to hold deliverance crusade

Written by  Esnath Kalawe

Lilongwe, September 28, 2017:  Gods Will Ministries in Lilongwe, will on Sunday   October 1, 2017  hold a one day deliverance crusade at Liberty Park in Area 25 , under  the theme ‘ healing and deliverance’

Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) Thursday in Lilongwe, the founder of the Church, Apostle Enock Frazer Mbewe said the main aim of organizing the crusades is to bring healing and deliverance to people.

“People needs healing and deliverance either spiritually, physically, emotionally and psychological problems. For those who need Physical hearing they shall be delivered and those who need spiritual hearing shall be healed in a special way,” he said.

According to Mbewe the Ministry has been conducting crusades before, but this time around the event would be very unique as God would speak to people through his words in a special way as they shall receive Evangelist Amon Mwandira.

“Holy spirit shall prevail and speak to his people through his preachers like Evangelist Amon Mwandira and other church elders who will be helping praying for people in a special way,” he said.

Mbewe said he has higher expectation that people would come in large numbers as the ministry is growing bigger each and every day after the ground breaking ceremony which was held earlier this months.

“Our Ministry has grown bigger since the ground breaking ceremony earlier this month. Things are happening in a mighty way as we are receiving new members almost each and every day.” The Apostle  said.

One of the long serving member of the ministry, Mercy Kamenya said she has really transformed her spiritual life and confirmed that she is gear up for the crusade.

“This ministry has really changed my spiritual life and hope that more things will happen,” she confessed.

The ministry has 800 followers and is expecting to construct church which will cater more than 5,000 people by 2020.


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