Speaking in an interview, Destiny International Church founder Pastor Immanuel Chodzeka said they were prompted to organise the event to empower and equip people for the Ministry. ” This will be our 4th edition annual conference, our vision is to transform lives and rebuild broken destinies globally, ” said Chodzeka. Chodzeka added that this kind of event happens yearly saying they have been holding similar events in the past three years since the inception of the church.
According to Chodzeka, this year, the conference will be conducted in a great way so that it should be memorable as well as unique. “We are through with preparations, and people should expect this year’sevent to be so unique as compared to the last events. This time around we are going to have a great conferenc
Among others, the Conference will host other speakers including Reverend Mathews Chimwendo, Apostle Jamali Milanzi and Apostle Timothy Khoviwa among other invited speakers.
One of the speakers, Senior Pastor of Showers of Blessings Church Pastor Joshua Milanzi confirmed to have been invited to share the word of God at the conference. He said as one of the speakers, people should expect supernatural speed of favour. “I am urging people to come in good numbers and they should expect to receive supernatural empowerment for business, family, ministry as well as breakthroughs. There will be supernatural speed and favour and spiritual limitations will be broken,” Milanzi explained.
Prophetic utterance, deliverance, healing, miracles, sign and wonders will be among other things that will happen there. Music by King James Phiri, Steve wazisomo Muliya, Prince Yasin Jenala. Shakina, Gloria Macheka as well as Destiny International Church praise Team will spice up the event. The conference is expected to impact over 1000 people with transport provided for those who are residing in Blantyre during the evening to take them back to their homes.
Destiny International Church was incepted in April 2018 and has a total Of 500 registered members in all its branches across Blantyre, Thyolo, Lilongwe and Chikhwawa.
By Esnath Kalawe