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Soul Winners Church in for revival and healing service

Written by  Daniel Namwini

Katema.....Our belief as a church is to see the hand of the Lord touching people and receiving their miracle

Lilongwe, November 30, 2017: In an effort to preach the gospel to the lost souls, Soul Winners Church has organised prayers in Malangalanga, Lilongwe from 3 December, 2017.

Organised under the theme “The dry bones shall rise again” the session which is an annual convention is targeting all groups of people within and outside Lilongwe.

Speaking in an interview with the Malawi News Agency (Mana), Founder and Senior Pastor of the church, Pastor Maurice Katema said the event would be different and is full of new expectations since the Bible says the new glory is always greater than the old one.

“The event has been organised as God’s revelation in our church to open the eyes of people who are still suffering and bring them closer to God.

“Our belief as a church is to see the hand of the Lord touching people and receiving their miracle,” said Katema.

He further said the church shall come together to have a wonderful time with other church branches across the country.

“We shall have a special time to worship God through music, preaching and sharing of testimonies after 40 days of fasting,” explained Katema.

According to Katema, the Church members are the ones pumping in personal resources so that the convention becomes a success.

He extended an invitation to every person in the country regardless of their denomination quoting Psalm 50 verse 15 where the Bible says; "Call to me in time of trouble and I shall rescue you”.
“So time has come for God to visit his people,” concluded Katema

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