Mzuzu hosts the 2016 International sisters‘ fellowship
3, 596 New
Apostolic Church sisters from Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe, met at Luwinga
Secondary School in Mzuzu, Malawi for the 2016 International sisters‘
fellowship and raised MK37,584,490.61,
ZKW536,921.29, USD52,200.68, towards
the infrastructure development in the host Apostle Area.
District Apostle Charles Ndandula acknowledged the role of
the sisters in the development of God’s work.
“Sisters in the New Apostolic Church play a significant role
in uplifting God’s work. Various projects are successful on account of their
works and sacrifice. In our District Church, sisters have
contributed in the building of many churches. Further,5% of each fundraising
activity done by the sisters is contributed to the Church Administration office
in Lusaka,” he said.
The event, which
was organized by the sisters‘ fellowship in Malawi North Apostle Area with the
help of the Steering Committee was also used as a forum to enlighten the
sisters about the doctrine of the New Apostle Apostlic Church.
The sisters also
used this gathering to do charlity work by helping the sick, orphans and the
vulnarable/needy in the community.
The climax of the
gathering was an open air divine service conducted by District Apostle Helper
Arnold N. Mhango.
1 Corithians 13:11 was used as text word:
“When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things”.