Malawian famous Prophet Shepherd Bushiri on Thursday afternoon took the gospel to remotest village of Bochom in Limpopo, South Africa, to launch his Village Outreach Crusades.
More than 2000 people were gathered at the Bochom and almost 1000 gave their lives to Christ.
These crusades will be midweek church services, introduced by the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) leader, meant to spread the prophetic ministry to those living in remotest and hard to reach areas.
Preaching, prophesising and making deliverances at Bochom Village, Prophet Bushiri underlined that his mission in these months is to go to various villages and preach the gospel.
He said he understands the need for the prophetic gospel out there, especially in the rural areas, because few people have the capacity to travel to cities where most churches are located.
“We often get criticised, we men of God, for mostly concentrating in cities. As ECG we are taking the lead in spreading the gospel to areas that are not easily reached,” he said.
He added that crusades have just been launched.
“We will go to different villages not just in South Africa, but also in Malawi, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, Zambia and many other countries in Africa,” he said.
Bushiri used his newly purchase chopper to fly to Limpopo and will also use the same in Malawi.