Rev Amon Madawo Says AFM In Zimbabwe Is Not At War With AFM Of Zimbabwe
Speaking on Saturday at the Greater Harare Conference held at the Glamis Arena from 21 to 23 October 2022, AFM president, Madawo called for Reconciliation, Healing and Unity amongst members of the church and the nation at large.
He urged church members to desist from “selfish agendas that affect the body of Christ,” adding that every member of the AFM church must act in a way that promotes peace, family unity, and love for the Lord, country, and church.
He also urged the gathering to keep praying for Zimbabwe. He said:
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Vaya vakabva muchechi ino vakanotanga yavo ina OF havasi vavengi veAFM in Zimbabwe [Those who left AFM In Zimbabwe and formed AFM Of Zimbabwe are not our enemies]. We’re not at war with anyone. Let’s pray for them and keep loving them…
Greater city conferences like this one, are intended to bring about revival, healing and to realign the church to focus on its core business of winning souls to Christ, which is the main mission of the church. We’ve so far managed to hold three city conferences namely, Greater Manicaland, Greater CHivhu and Greater Bulawayo.
These conferences have gone a long way to bring restoration, reconciliation, healing and revival in the church. This trajectory will continue until we finish all our provinces. Come March 2023 we will be meeting or we’ll be having the Greater Midlands Conference.
Also speaking at the event that was graced by Harare Mayor, Councillor Jacob Mafume, Father Moyo leader of the Catholic Churches in Zimbabwe applauded AFM “for winning souls to God”.
He, however, bemoaned divisions among Christians which he said were dividing the body of Christ.
Moyo said there was a need for unity and dialogue adding that individuals, inducing church leaders must prioritise uplifting the name of God, and not theirs.