By Taurai Emmanuel Maforo (Zimbabwe Episcopal Area Communicator)
Chelsea Chipendo the 12year old child preacher enthusiastically stepped onto the stage to a resounding applause from the 55 thousand-strong audience at the National Sports Stadium during the Ebenezer Convention held from 15 to 17 August 2014.
By Tichaona Chitsinde
So the procession has finished, we have heard the opening prayer and the recitation of the Apostles’ Creed. Now for the business of why we are here. Looking around Bay 25, I realise that this could be the only time I sit with all these people. This is a front row seat to history...
I ask Mbuya Kondo who I know well, what all this means to her. There are no words, but the look on her face says it all. This event, bringing us together in this manner will leave a lasting impression on us all.
By Eveline Chikwanah
A bright smile is important as United Methodist church members go to all nations making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
By: Francis Mupazviriwo
More than 15,000 United Methodists, guests from the The United Methodist Church (UMC) diaspora community and others filled the huge National Sports Stadium to
By Ranganai Dzotizei
With just weeks left before the biggest celebration thus far in the Zimbabwe Episcopal Area of The United Methodist Church, the Ebenezer Convention kicks off, safety of the thousands of congregants set to throng the giant National Stadium is of paramount importance going into the majestic event
By Ranganai Dzotizei
No words can quite quantify the significance of this Ebenezer Convention to United Methodists in Zimbabwe.
By Tapiwa Padenga
In 1993 during the African cup of nation’s qualifier between Zimbabwe and Cameroon at the National Sports Stadium, our living room was filled with anxiety and excitement. My father’s house had become a stadium away from the stadium.
The big black and white television set which was kept in
By Theophilus Ngonidzaishe Gurupira
Who would know or have imagined seeing the hard of hearing singing songs of praise to the Lord? Yes! They did and they sang whole heartedly with great joy as smiles could be seen on their faces at the recently held Hard of Hearing two-day workshop held at Chikanga United Methodist Church, Mutare.
The workshop was funded by the United Methodist Women
By Tafadzwa Mafusire
Harare East District held a successful revival at Harare Gardens on 6 July, 2014 in a bid to enlighten and empower United Methodists on the coming Ebenezer Convention to be