Malawi: Bushiri's Global Prophetic Tour Bearing Fruits - ECG Church Says 2.7 Million Souls Won So Far

Malawi's Prophet Shepherd Bushiri was welcome by a team of leaders from Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) South Korea branch (file photo).
23 October 2018

South Africa-based Malawian prophet Shepherd Bushiri of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Global Prophet Tour is already bearing fruits as, so far, 2.7 million souls have already been won, the church has said.

This represents a huge success to the body of Christ because Bushiri had projected to win 2 million souls by the end of this year.

In a statement released by Bushiri's Communications Director Ephraim Nyondo, the Global Prophetic Tour was meant to win 2 million souls for Jesus Christ but, suprisingly, "we have already won 2.7 million people to Jesus Christ and we are still targeting more."

Asked what measures do they put in place to quantify this, Nyondo said the church has a system of registering every person who presents himself/herself before the altar call to receive Jesus.

"Receiving Jesus is a process. It begins with being prayed for by the Prophet. Then our church ushers takes over by registering for purposes of following up and tabulation.

"They take them to our pastors who counsels them and also help them join our homecells where they attend regular Bible Studies to help them understand the word of God and also live in the word," said Nyondo.

Among others, since being launched, the tour has seen the Prophet in USA, Dubai, South Korea, India, Kenya, Australia, Tanzania, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Malawi and many other parts of South Africa.

The tour, however, is still going on.

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