Holy Nation Church opens branch in Malawi, first service scheduled for Feb 5, 2023

As a way of reaching out to many of its believers, Pastor Khumbo Joram of Holy Nation Church has opened a branch in Lilongwe.

The church which was founded six months ago in South Africa has registered a huge following and membership.

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Speaking to our reporter, The Holy Nation Church Founder and President Pastor Khumbo Joram said that the plans are underway to get the church fully established in Malawi in all the districts.

He added that being the son of the soil, who was born and raised in Malawi, it could have been unfair if he couldn’t open a branch in the country.

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“We do not want to wait any longer because the time is now and the good thing is that God has raised a lot of partners in South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, USA, and other countries who are ready to support the Gospel”, said Pastor Joram.

He went on to say that it is overwhelming to see how things are turning into place without any force because of the hand of God.

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He said they have managed to get the best place at Glalle Complex, opposite Bingu National Stadium which is so surprising to them which is showing that everything is working according to God’s plans.

The Pastor also said that the church has a charity branch to support widows and elderly people with solar-powered electricity in different rural areas in Malawi, with an aim of giving mothers and elderly people the best life to live without using paraffin and lamps.

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The Church is also planning to open the Holy Nation School of Ministry which will be in partnership with a University in the UK.

The Holy Nation church branch is expected to start its first service on 5th February 2023.

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