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By Nimon Muleya

 


FacebookThe New Apostolic Church in Zambia, incorporating Malawi and Zimbabwe has signed up on Facebook.

 

In a circular to read in all congregations in Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe, District Apostle Ndandula said the official Facebook page is called New Apostolic Church – Zambia, with the profile picture of the church emblem and 8 Communion chalices as the initial cover picture. The page can be accessed at https://www.facebook/naczamofficial.

 

The District Apostle said this development will streamline communication in the church.

 

“This platform will be used to communicate with the members and the general public. I urge you to click “like” the page so that you could be up-to-date with official, current and accurate information and learn more about the doctrine of the New Apostolic Church. The Church will use web-based technology which has become a new frontier for communication, to communicate to its members.

 

NAC Facebook“The Church will use social media platforms, in addition to traditional media (print and electronic), to communicate timely, accurate information and activities in a transparent and coherent manner,” he said.

 

District Apostle Ndandula also appealed to the members to use social media appropriately and wisely.

 

“As you interact on this forum, I appeal to you to bear in mind the Social Media guidelines of the New Apostolic Church for appropriate and wise use of Social Media.

 

“Let us avoid hate speech, falsehood but instead, we must act responsibly, truthfully and friendly as we reach out to many using this platform,” he said.

 

During the Day of the Youths in Ndola held in August this year, the District Apostle launched the Communication Policy of the New Apostolic Church in Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe.

 

NAC FacebookThe primary objective of the Policy is to facilitate a better understanding of the Church’s mission, which is, “reaching out to all people in order to baptize them with water and the Holy Spirit and to teach them the gospel of Jesus Christ. Providing soul care and cultivating a warm fellowship in which everyone shall experience the love of God and the joy of serving Him and others.”

 

The Communication Policy shall serve as a solid communication structure that will give every area of the Church adequate visibility. The Policy also outlines how the Church will use web-based technology which has become a new frontier for communication, to communicate to its members.

 

The Church will use social media platforms, in addition to traditional media (print and electronic), to communicate timely, accurate information and activities in a transparent and coherent manner.

 

In addition, the Communications Policy outlines the channels and tools of communication and allocates responsibilities for communication to the various organs and officers of the Church.