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RPC urges Christians to remain united

Written by  Andrew Mkonda
Rev. Chimwemwe Mhango who is the Bishop and Founder of the Church Rev. Chimwemwe Mhango who is the Bishop and Founder of the 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 it is surprising that most Christians and their leaders do not love one another yet they save the same people and God.

“Jesus is love and those who believe in Him should follow His footsteps. It does not make any sense that pastors and Christians should regard each other as enemies just because they belong to different churches.
“We need to be exemplary so that those who do not know Jesus as their personal saviour should emulate us,” Soko explained.

He thanked pastors who came from different Churches to grace the occasion.

“We have different Godly gifts, but our main common job is to equip the saints for the work of the ministry and edification of the body of Christ (Ephesians 4 vs 12).

“Devil laughs at us if we do not love each other. Remember we are the salt and the light of the world,” Soko pointed out.

Full Gospel Pentecostal International Church, Prophet John Mbewe thanked Redeemed Presbyterian Church administration for initiating unity amongst different congregations.  

RPC was established in Karonga in 2017 by Rev. Chimwemwe Mhango who is the Bishop and Founder of the Church after he broke away from Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) of Livingstonia Synod.