Rev Chitsonga reclaim presidency of Malawi Assemblies of God church

President elect of the Malawi Assemblies of God Dr. Edward Chitsonga has pledged to continue upholding the vision and mission of the church for the betterment of its members.

Rev Dr Chitsonga: Head of Assemblies of God Church in Malawi

Rev Dr Chitsonga: Head of Assemblies of God Church in Malawi

Chitsonga reclaimed the top most position of the Church in tightly contested race held on 12th August at the churches’ headquarters in Lilongwe.

Speaking in an interview, Reverend Chitsonga described his appointment as a new challenge which he said needs God’s guidance and grace.

“I feel very much humbled to be elected on this position, I take it as a challenge not a privilege because in our days there are many challenges on this position,” he said

Answering on his plans in the next four years, Chitsonga said he look forward to forge ahead in accomplishing the decade of Pentecost goals which are to be accomplished in 2020.

“We have our ten year plan, therefore I will make sure that we are in line with those plans and also I look forward to move across the country to encourage the church to keep praying” He said.

Also for the first time a female pastor has been elected in the top position of leadership in the Malawi Assemblies of God family.

Rev MaltidaMatabwa has been elected as the Church’s secretary General breaking a record of being a first woman in the executive of the church.

Speaking in an interview Matabwa expressed satisfaction and excitement and promised to continue moving the church in the right direction.

“It feels good and am very humbled. My dream is to keep the movement on track” She said.

Some other people elected in other positions include Rev Dr Andrew Dube who is now  vice president and  Rev  George chiwaya as the secretary general.

The Assemblies of God Church came to Malawi in the 1940’s and it was first introduced in the country by missionaries who first arrived in Ntcheu district.

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Elijah
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Elijah
1 month 9 days ago
Akulu inu tamvanikoni za anzanu, Kodi mukati Marcy Williams ndi ya Kawale congregation what do you mean. Kodi tikani sukulu yakuti its proprietor is Cathoric or CCAP etc., doesn’t it mean kuti it belongs to Malawi government? Pali zinthu zina a certain grouping/department just lead in initiating it but belongs to the mother body. that’s how things go bwana. Palibe nkhani apa, the truth is MAoG might be slow to develop tikapanga compare the start it came to Malawi, (YES) but it has those so called social structures under review here, like The University, sec school, media house etc.. And… Read more »
MISUKU BOY
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MISUKU BOY
1 month 10 days ago

In the first place congratulations. But do you know your pastors
in the very remote areas are not well taken care of? No pay, komanso midzimu pelekani pelekani
amakhala wochepa kwambiri. Consider them please please. They are hardworking but financial constrains
is heavily affecting them physically as well as spiritually. AM A BORN AGAIN AND I KNOW WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT.
GOOD LUCK

Lycar
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Lycar
1 month 10 days ago

Bwana chimwala ndinu omvetsa chisoni. Congratulations to the elected ones.

Nenowoma
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1 month 10 days ago

Congratulations Rev Chitsonga
God bless you

Opals Ngwenya
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Opals Ngwenya
1 month 11 days ago

Congratulations to all elected. May the Lord guide you to actualize His plans.

be humane
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be humane
1 month 11 days ago

to reclaim is to retain what previously belonged to you. In this article it is not mentioned that Rev. Chotsanga was previously president of Assemblies of God. Poor Article headline

MAPAZI
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MAPAZI
1 month 11 days ago

Mwinake akubwera zavutako ku MCP…HEHEHEHE!

Chimwala
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1 month 11 days ago

Assemblies of God is a church which doesn’t care about the real stake holders how can they elect leaders without involving members they vote in themselves without allowing members who bankroll the church.

Mago Nest
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Mago Nest
1 month 7 days ago
Dear Mr Chimwala, Whilst I agree to some extent that MAG does not have other structures like schools & hospitals, it should be noted that the central focus of the church when it was planted in Malawi, was to reach out and transform people lives directly through preaching and teaching of the word of God unlike other churches which focused much in provided social services as a way of reaching people. Please realize that God sends his servants to reach others through different ways and no single missionary or church can be perfect in every area. Every church has its… Read more »
Opals
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Opals
1 month 11 days ago

Congratulations to all elected. May the Lord guide you to accomplish His plans.

be humane
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be humane
1 month 11 days ago

Was he previously president of Assemblies of God in Malawi? Reclaim it to take back what was yours

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