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Zimpraise embarks on soul-harvesting programme

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At least 100 students from Kutama College recently gave their lives to Jesus Christ through the debut Zimpraise Save Our Souls (SOS) launch programme.

by Tinashe Sibanda

The programme seeks to see souls giving their lives to Christ through spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ under their initial It’s all About Jesus theme only this time using more than just music to reach out.

“We take it for granted that some people are so distressed simply because they do not know Jesus so the programme is not about fame or money,” said Zimpraise CEO Joseph Madziyire.

He said the idea of such a programme had come about in January during a visit to the United Kingdom where he had time to reflect and be mentored by Bishop John Francis.

Madziyire said as the bishop preached about harvesting souls for the kingdom of God his heart had been clearly opened to see the grieve that people were going through in this world including stress, diseases, poverty and the downfall of the world economy amongst many other things.

He said he had thus realised that with the current state of things his eyes were clearly opened to see that without Jesus, life was a mess.

“At that time I felt deep within me that we as Zimpraise had something still owing to the people and it was our mission to give people better understanding of the word in ways that were more than just music,” said Madziyire.

Madziyire said as Christians it was important to understand and fulfill the Great Commission which was to “go yea therefore to preach the Gospel to nations and baptising them in the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit”.

He explained that the Christian community had been polluted with gossip, judging each other and getting rich on expense of going out to do what God had called them to.

He added that they would go out into various learning institutions across the country as well as clubs reaching out to people and saving souls.

“I am grateful to God for such a positive response so far and we will soon be going to other schools like Bonda, Nyatsime and Africa University amongst other institutions we have been invited to and this is because one’s life foundation is often at made at school thus they are our major targets,” said Madziyire.

Furthermore he said they were not in any way forming a church although they would also encourage whoever they would get into contact with to find a church that was suitable for them.

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