BY ALBERT MASAKA
POPULAR local musicians headlined by the internationally acclaimed Flame B and Seh Calaz are taking the Word of God direct to the people’s doorsteps through live performances in residential areas around the country, as part of preparations of the Christ Embassy church programme, the Faith in Action Crusade.
The church’s zonal pastor in Zimbabwe, Ruth Musarurwa, told Standard Style last week that the highlight of this year’s programme, set to be held on March 23 in Harare, would be the live performances of its musicians who also include Seh Calaz, Best Masinire Whitney Dube and J Soldier, among others.
“We have embarked on a massive outreach programme and the venue for this crusade is the Christ Embassy Belvedere Church Grounds, corner Rekayi Tangwena Avenue and Bishop Gaul Avenue,” Musarurwa said.
“Everyone is invited to come and hear the Word of God that will stir their faith for action. The Bible says in James 2:26, ‘…so faith without works is dead also.’
She said people should come and witness the power of God in action as miracles were already taking place.
“Your lives will never be the same, and you will be glad that you came. Come expecting to receive from God, for Proverbs 23:18 says ‘For surely there is an end; and thine expectation shall not be cut off,’ she said.
The church has maintained sustained expansion and increased its vision in the country through its super outreach work.
It has won awards from the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority after it came to the rescue of the inaugural Bulawayo Street Carnival, organised by the Tourism and Hospitality ministry and Intwasa Arts Festival as part of World Tourism Day commemorations.