By Style Reporter
All roads will on September 29 lead to the Goodness and Mercy Ministries (GMM) crusade, dubbed Mega Spiritual Spectacles Sunday, that will be held in Glen View 8, Harare.
GMM founder Prophet Tapiwa Freddy, who has been drawing full houses at Spiritual Spectacles All Night crusades outside Harare and during weekly services at his church in Glen View 8,
described the Mega Spiritual Spectacles Sunday crusade as the “mother of all prophetic conferences”.
The prophet-cum-musician, who recently released an album titled Kastep Kenyasha, said the Mega Spiritual Spectacles Sunday was more than just a crusade.
“The crusade pencilled for September 29 is the mother of all ‘spiritual spectacles’ where God allows congregants to see the ‘second world’,” Freddy told Standard Style.
Founded in 2005, GMM has become one of the most sought-after places of worship in the country owing to Freddy’s miracle services.
“The Mega Spiritual Spectacles Sunday will have a significant impact in the lives of many people. We are giving people the ability to see their future, make decisions and find
solutions,” he said.
Freddy said he was expecting a huge crowd, among them people with conditions that range from disability, terminal illnesses and blindness to problems of marriages.
“I have had an overwhelming response from people from all walks of life since the time we introduced the ‘spiritual spectacles’,” he said.
“We got enquiries from people as far afield as Masvingo, Chinhoyi, Gweru, Bulawayo and Kwekwe, hence our decision to do crusades outside Harare,” he said.
The Musana-born prophet, who recently hosted a “spiritual spectacles” all-night service in Mutare, believes that there are two worlds, the one we see with our eyes and the other one
people see through “spiritual spectacles”.
The prophet claimed that some of his prophecies have enabled people to recover some of their stolen goods.
GMM’s sermons are recorded and available on CDs, DVDs, and the church’s TV channel GMMTV, Facebook page and websites.