AFTER a successful clean-up campaign at Mbare Musika bus terminus on Saturday last week, Heartfelt Ministries will embark on a similar campaign at the Copacabana terminus in the central business district tomorrow starting at 8am.
The clean-up campaign will precede the Catch the Fire Conference that is scheduled for the City Sports Centre from August 25-29.
Ambassador Mlayo Ncube yesterday told NewsDay that the campaign was aimed at cultivating a culture of responsibility among the citizens.
“The clean-up at Mbare Musika was a huge success as enthusiasm was so high and people were awakened to the Catch the Fire season,” he said. “Commuters and rank marshals were touched by the clean-up exercise that started at 8am until around midday, leaving the place clean.
“Such activities have a lasting impact as they change the mind-set of the people. The ministry is concerned with the behaviour of the people and as they say cleanliness is nearest to Godliness.”
He said after such an activity, people should always find it difficult to throw litter out of their cars and buses with kids growing up with such a mind frame.
Ncube said the upcoming conference, which marks the 10th edition, would be a total package of what Christ died for.
“People should not delegate their lives to miracles and chance. A decision to do the right thing is better than a miracle,” he said.
“This conference will be totally different from the now fashionable gospel. It is about the solution to your problems and what you do after you get your solution.
“If you are not related to the one who heals you what is the profit? One has to be grounded in the word of God and that is what the conference seeks to achieve.”
He said it was also important to appreciate Heartfelt Ministries’ brand that is portrayed in Apostle Tavonga Vutabwashe.
“God has raised him with a special anointing that makes the impossible possible,” Ncube said.
“He is raising a generation that values instructions and principles rather than chancers.”