Lilongwe-based gospel artist and evangelist Catherine Nchambalinja on Easter Monday took the gospel of the risen Lord Jesus Christ to expectant women at Bwaila Hospital in Lilongwe.
Nchambalinja described a maternity wing as a place where every human being begins his or her life on earth; hence, the decision to celebrate the resurrection of the savior with expectant women.
“Mothers are epitome of God on earth, who nurture life in their wombs as a priceless possession. As the life goes through varied changes, pregnancy is the most cherished one to experience. It is the all about nurturing love and compassion within your womb,” she said.
Nchambalinja, a retired Principal Nursing Officer at Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH), read a few gospel passages to the women and sang songs of praise and thanksgiving to God before donating assorted items to the pregnant women.
She said her donation was in appreciation and gratitude to God for the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.
One of the expectant women, Hawa Cassim, thanked Nchambalinja for visiting them at the maternity wing.
“The gospel she has shared with us today is a special gift because we normally don’t have the opportunity to go to church while here,” said Cassim.