AFM Of Zimbabwe Launches "Empowerment Programme" For Youths

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Sun, 19 Mar 2023 14:46:20 GMT
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AFM Of Zimbabwe Launches "Empowerment Programme" For Youths

The Apostolic Faith Ministries (AFM) of Zimbabwe led by Reverend Cossam Chiangwa said the task of the church is to preach a wholesome gospel that ministers to all spheres of life.

The pentecostal denomination has a seminar pencilled for 25 March at the AFM of Zimbabwe Faith Alive Church in Westgate from 9 AM to 4 PM.

Speaking to The Standard, AFM of Zimbabwe Harare West provincial youth leader Pastor Ngonidzashe Chimbwanda urged all young people to attend in their numbers so that they are empowered. He said:

The Westgate edition of the empowerment programme is a step up in that we are going to be more elaborate in terms of the presentations and opportunities so that our young people can have something good to take home.

We are bringing in more speakers in addition to Kamili Investments’ Mandela Katsande, Safety N Us’ Lucia Mutsvedu as well as Sino Truck Zimbabwe’s Tinashe Matsenga.

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We want the presentations to be wholesome in terms of coverage and content.

AFM of Zimbabwe Kingdom Live Centre pastor and Harare West province overseer Reverend Panganai Vitalis Makarichi said:

We are running a programme for the youth to empower them because young people must be moulded and shaped into future business people, political leaders and captains of industry.

The programmes seek to identify young people with talent and potential so that we expose them to what is in the marketplace so that they become leaders in politics and in the professional world.

We have challenges with drug abuse and if young people are idle, they will indulge in such.

It’s about giving them something to be productive so that they stay focused and pursue excellence and productivity.

Makarichi said the church’s seminars are “premised on exposing young people to opportunities followed by structured training and nurturing on how they can circumvent challenges as well as manage the failures and successes that are part of every enterprise.” He added:

The purpose of the church is to bring people to Christ but the people you bring to Christ have needs,” he said.

Our aim is to preach a full gospel, not only spiritual but beyond spiritual nourishment also cover educational, professional and physical needs.

We must empower our members to become entrepreneurs or formally employed through career guidance and skills training.

This programme will give them a better appreciation of what the marketplace needs through interaction with those doing it.

We also want to link them with organisations and institutions that can get them funding after challenging them to excel; organisations that can absorb the skill coming out of the training.

More: Pindula News



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