28 December 2012

Zambia: All Set for Bread of Life Thanks Giving Bash

ALL is set for the thanks-giving concert at Bread of Life's Blessing Centre in Lusaka which will be characterised by singing and dancing as believers will say bye to 2012 and hello to 2013.

According to the organising team the concert which is scheduled to start around 19:00 hours on December31, 2012 has lined up a number of gospel artists among them Kings with his Malembe, Malembe tune would lead other artists.

Organising Committee Member Luke Nchimunya said Presiding Bishop Joe Imakando would also unveil the theme of the year and deliver a short message to the concert goers.

Mr Nchimunya said other artists lined up include Bread of Life Praise team, Rachael, Suwilanji, Stan Chipuma, Maug44, Omega Gents Acapella group among others.

The goers would also be treated to the rib cracking jokes by Katebe.

He said it is important to spend time in the presence of God and that joining in the celebrations during the concert would be the best way of acknowledging the goodness of God.

"I want to invite everyone including those who are not church members to join us in the celebrations which is the best way of thanking God for their lives, "he said.

Gate entry fee has been for adults is K20,000 per head.

And Bishop Imakando said as the year comes to an end , it is time to reflect on God's goodness through this year and give thanks to God for what He has done.

"It is time to return to the source of every blessing our heavenly father and show Him we true gratitude. James 1.17.

"December 23rd and 30th have been designed as thanksgiving Sundays for us to express our gratitude by giving our best. "he said.

He reminded Christians that thanksgiving glorifies God and attracts more blessing into people's lives.

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