Pastor Chilera storms Sheaffer hall with deliverance service

Malawi’s renowned Pastor Reuben Chilera of Christ Citadel International Church will this Sunday December 22nd expected to minister a Mega Healing and Deliverance Service at Sheaffer Conference Centre Hall in the capital Lilongwe.

The service which is expected to start from 1pm is part of the monthly deliverance services he has embarked on, the first of which was held on November24th at the same venue.

According to the Pastor, he has been conducting deliverance meetings in different churches and fellowships all over Malawi as well as abroad with passion to see people saved, healed and delivered.

“The Sunday event promises to be great, and music will be provided by Lameck Soko. The next service is on 15 January 2014”, he told Nyasa Times.chitela

Pastor Chilera has become a household name in Malawi after he authored the famous deliverance book, Children’s Bread, which has sold out more than 1,000 copies within five months of its release and reports show that it is selling like hot cakes in Malawi, South Africa and Botswana.

He has so far been invited to the USA for a book promotion tour in Los Angeles by an American pastor who got interested after reading the book.

“I am also expected to conduct the deliverance ministry there which will be beamed live on the Christians TV owned by the American pastor,” he says

Pastors from diverse backgrounds like Roman Catholic, Anglican, Churches for Central African Presbyterian, Baptist and Pentecostal Churches are using the book for deliverance counseling and praying with people.

Children’s Bread draws from the author’s 20 years of experience in the deliverance ministry and it is spiced by more than twenty deliverance testimonies.

Pastor Chilera says some people have testified getting healed and delivered just by reading the Children’s Bread – and one of them is a Muslim woman who was miraculous healed while reading the book.

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