South minister tells Church to teach politicians good manners

SOUTHERN Province minister Edify Hamukale says the Church should not only pray for political leaders but also teach them to truly love their followers.


Speaking when the International Leadership Institute of Southern Africa (ILISA) handed over a container of assorted education and health items worth K100,000 to the Pilgrim Wesleyan Church in Choma on Tuesday, Hamukale said the Church should be a light that could help politicians to reflect on what they needed to be to their people.

“The Church should not only pray for political leaders but also teach them good manners to truly love their followers. Since ILISA is also involved in training leaders, please we urge you to teach politicians good manners,” saud Hamukale who further commended the PWC and its partner ILISA for their commitment to uplifting poor people’s lives through the container project.
And handing over the items, ILISA executive director Muumbe Kalembo said leaders should not only be concerned about securing their positions but also encourage others to take up the challenge.
He said ILISA existed to accelerate the spreading of the gospel of Jesus Christ in Southern Africa by training and mobilising leaders in biblical leadership, relevant evangelism as well as holistic ministry.
“Among the recipients today is David Livingstone College of Education, who are getting 50 desks while rural schools and hospitals run by PWC will get assorted items,” said Kalembo.
PWC deputy national superintendent Reverend Kenny Manjimela said it was the church’s prayer to make an impact in the communities it serves.

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