Apostle Mbewe in Manchester for ‘Joseph Anointing’ miracles

Apostle Madalitso Mbewe, founder and head of Cavalry Family Church in Malawi, will be guest speaker at the “The Joseph Anointing Miracle Service 2011” to take place from August 26 to August 28, 2011 in Manchester City, UK.

According to a statement from the Calvary Family Church UK made available to Nyasa Times, this will be “a memorable weekend for people living in Manchester and the rest of United Kingdom when the Church hosts one of their annual international events.”

The vision of ‘Joseph Anointing Breakthrough Ministries’ is to bring spiritual and socio-economic transformation by identifying the “Josephs”, activate their God given gifting and release them into the world and all spheres of life so that they can walk into the first commission as per Genesis 1.28, according to Cavalry Church

The Joseph Anointing is an Apostolic-Prophetic end time ministry born out of a prophetic word in August 2000, the statement said.

Apostle Mbewe: To take over Manchester City with Joseph Anointing Miracle Services

“Since 2001 Apostle Dr Mbewe has seen thousands gather in stadiums to hear the message and thousands healed, delivered and businesses explode into supernatural success to the Glory of God,” it says.

According to Cavalry Family Church UK, the venue of the event is located seven minutes from Manchester Airport and about eight miles from Manchester City Centre.

The post code is M22 5RX .

For those driving from all other destinations “The Forum Centre” is situated close to M56 Motorway, off junction 4.

Those travelling on a bus from Manchester City Centre (Piccadilly) can catch buses number 43, 101, 104, 105, 108 and 109 to the venue and drop off at Wythenshawe Bus Station (The Forum). They can also get train from Manchester Piccadilly and drop off at Heald Green.

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