Govt concerned with illegal churches-Sumaili

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  By ANNIE ZULU THE Ministry of Religious Affairs and National Guidance will soon come up with a self-regulatory framework to curb illegalities in churches in the Zambia, says Minister Godfridah Sumaili. Reverend Sumaili said that the framework was necessary to bring back sanity to Church and also ensure that churches met the

HH urges Church to preach true democracy

  By MUKOSELA KASALWE UPND president Hakainde Hichilema has challenged the Church to help champion for true democracy, justice and equitable rights among citizens in the New Year, 2017. Mr Hichilema urged the Church to champion for what he termed ‘true’ democracy, justice and equitable rights among all citizens in the country. He

Pastor stripped, woman raped

  By Aaron Chiyanzo A WOMAN was raped and a senior male pastor stripped naked for resisting attempts by a group of youths to demolish their house and church and take over their land. The shocking and brutal attacks were reported to Rosedale Police and Plain View police stations in Lusaka West respectively

President Lungu calls for prayerful Xmas

  By NATION REPORTER  PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu yesterday appealed to all Zambians to commemorate Christmas by engaging in prayer and worship, helping the needy, and making a personal contribution to making the world around them a better place. The Head of State said despite the challenges that Zambia was facing, there was need

St Ignatius Parish cooks for UTH patients

By Nation Reporter Congregants from St. Ignatius Catholic Church yesterday spent time at the University Teaching Hosiptal kitchen preparing meals and serving them to the 1800 patients. Leading the parishoners, Fr. Charles Chilinda said Christmas was a time of giving and the effort by the parish was aimed at sharing. “As Christians we

SDA bemoans mounting spousal killings

By Annie Zulu THE Church has a vital role to play in the fight against Gender Based Violence in Zambia and therefore needs to scale up its efforts, Lusaka Conference of the Seventh-day Adventists Youth Director Pastor Highten Hamweene has said. He told the Daily Nation in an interview that the Church

Beware of false prophets-Minister

  By Annie Zulu ZAMBIANS should be wary of fake foreign prophets coming into the country with strange doctrines and theology meant to hypnotise believers in a scheme meant to extort money from them, National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Godfridah Sumaili has warned.    And Reverend Sumaili has vowed to bring sanity

Church should speak out on national issues

By Aaron Chiyanzo THE Church should not be silent on national issues because they play a vital role in providing checks and balances on Government, United National Independence Party (UNIP) deputy secretary general Alfred Banda has said. In an interview with the Daily Nation, Rev. Banda called on the church to

Visit by the angel

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Welcome to our discussion for to-day.  The above topic is based on the story of Cornelius, concerning his acts of charity which led him receiving an angel as his visitor in his home. As it is written in the book of Acts 10:1-4, and says: “There was a man in