The just ended MUMC week was a resounding success, leaving a great impression on the organisation as well as those who beared witness to the activities on show.

The Cranborne MUMC All Night Revival held on Friday night saw attendees left in awe and reinvigorated by the sheer weight of the messages delivered on a glorious night of prayer and song.

Pastor In Charge Reverend Dr Gift Machinga opened the revival with a great sermon titled “Take after Andrew’s character” in which he described Andrew’s role and work in ministry, urging Christians to emulate and copy him.

Baba Machando from Seventh Day Adventist was next with a challenging teaching sermon urging men to take their roles in the family and in ministry, rallying them to put their house in order.

Reverend Joseph Charinge capped the revival with a reminder that Jesus, not humans, is the only provider of permanent solutions, reiterating that once once encounters Christ, all the problems must go.

The revival was blessed with the music from conference MUMC music champions Southlea Park who indeed gave a show to remember.

The MUMC Sunday saw the organisation’s evangelism chairperson Mr Liberty Maziti giving the Word.

The choir then gave a glimpse of the two songs they will showcase on Saturday in Mutambara for the conference music festivals.

During the weekly practice sessions, the choir took time to visit Sekuru Chinyuku, one of the members, who is recovering from a mild stroke.




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