Malawi’s First Lady says ‘the devil will flee’: Opens Faith Community Churches International conference

The First Lady Gertrude Mutharika has called for unity and tolerance among people of different nations in order to overcome challenges rocking the world, saying “the devil will flee” with the power of prayer.

Agape Life Church Founder Apostle Augustine Mgala welcomes First Lady at the conference – . Francis Mphweya-MANA

Apostle Mugala and his wife presents a gift to First Lady

Part of the congregation at the Faith Community Churches International (FCCI) Church leaders conference hosted by Agape Life Church International, Zingwangwa in Blantyre

Madam Mutharika made the call on Tuesday when she presided over the official opening of a three day Faith Community Churches International (FCCI) conference at Agape Life International Ministry in Blantyre.

The conference which has attracted apostles, bishops  and other church leaders from 25 countries  including the United States of America (USA), Mexico, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Australia  South Africa  and Israel is the first time to be held  outside the USA, in particular Malawi.

Addressing the congregants, the First Lady said the world is facing so many challenges such as wars and violence against women and children that require a unity of purpose amongst the nations in order to address them accordingly and remain victorious.

“As Christians, we may be different in our gifts and responsibilities because of our geographical locations but we are united in faith.  Therefore, let us complement each other’s strengths.

“We should promote oneness in our diversity because it is this spirit that will stop the manifestation of all the evils. The devil will flee and we will forever emerge victorious,” said Madam Mutharika.

In his remarks, President of Agape Church Apostle Augustine Mgala expressed gratitude for the first lady’s initiative to grace the conference saying the move demonstrates the support that government has towards the churches.

“We feel loved, supported, embraced and we are hoping to hold a fruitful church leaders conference,” Apostle Mgala said.

FCCI conference is held once in every two years. It aims at strategizing and sharing experiences from people of different churches towards strengthening each other’s spiritual life thereby promoting the spread of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. The conference also focuses on women and youths empowerment among others.

This year’s FCCI conference is being held under the theme ‘Fit and Held together’ and it will run from Tuesday to Thursday this week.

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