District Apostle Charles Ndandula visited Zambezi-Kabompo Apostle Area from 8thto 10th June, 2018.
Kabombo is a town in North-Western Zambia located on the banks Kabompo River and has fishing and honey production as the main economic activities. The town has a population of over 88, 900 people.
The District Apostle, during his visit, conducted two divine services in Mumbeji and Kabompo Central churches respectively.
During the service at Mumbeji church, the District Apostle read from Matthew 13:24-26 as the text word: ”Jesus then told them this story, ‘The kingdom of heaven is like what happened when a farmer scattered good seed in a field, but while everyone was sleeping, an enemy came and scattered weed seeds in the field and then left. When the plants came up and began to ripen, the farmer’s servants could see the weeds.’”
During this divine service, 5 (five) District Evangelists were placed into retirement, after which 5 (five) District Elders and 11 (eleven) District Evangelists were ordained.
This service was attended by 2,202 members.
The District Apostle then proceeded for Kabompo and on Sunday 10th June 2018, held another divine service at Kabompo Central Church.
During the service he read from 1 Corinthians 13:13 as the text word: “And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”
During the service, the District Apostle retired District Elder Geoffrey Kapalu, ordained 4 District Elders and 5 District Evangelists.
This service was attended by 3,149 members.
The District Apostle, during his visit to Zambezi-Kabompo Apostle area, was accompanied by region District Apostle Helper Kububa Soko, Apostles Remmy Muyenga of Livingstone, Aggrey Singanda of Kaoma-Lukulu, Stephen Lindunda of Kitwe-Chingola, Patrick Poho of Solwezi-Mufumbwe and area Apostle Richard Kasoma of Zambezi-Kabompo.