Some Pentecostal churches in Lilongwe City have organised special prayers for Malawi on several aspects, including peace, political stability and good rainfall distribution.
Organised by United for Worship, the prayers will be held this Saturday at ICA Marquee under the theme A Call To Prayer For Malawi.
Pastor Nico Katimba, one of the organisers, said the service will be led by pastors from different Pentecostal churches in the city.
He said: “We will have Bishop Gilford Matonga of Lilongwe Pentecostal Church, who will lead on repenting on behalf of the nation, the Reverend Sandress Msiska of Capital City Baptist Church will pray for the environment and energy, Dr. Felix Nyika will pray for the church also called the body of Christ.
“Also in attendance for the intercession sessions will be Pastor David Kalirani who will pray for the youth of the country, [High Court] judge Fiona Mwale, who will pray for the government, Pastor Esau Banda will make declarations for 2016 and Mphatso Chidothe will pray for children and the media. The sessions will be spiced up with some worship songs.”
Katimba said the interdenominational prayers are also open to each and every well-meaning Malawian even those whose church is not part of those leading.