Zambia: New Apostolic Church donates to UTH

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The Sisters Fellowship of the New Apostolic Church of Zambia central congregation has donated food stuffs to University Teaching Hospital (UTH) children’s ward. Read More

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Zambia: Chief Macha Bans Church Crusades In His Chiefdom

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GATHERINGS such as overnight prayers, crusades, and church camp meetings have been banned in Macha chiefdom in Choma as they have been identified among drivers of HIV/AIDS in the area. Read More

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Zambia: A Call to Prayer

Story from the Lusaka Times Website
This is not a time to fold our arms and watch evil men out of greed and selfish ambitions drive this country to utter confusion and destruction, let’s not take for granted the peace that our fore fathers so dearly fought for and shed their blood. Read More

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Zambia: Council of Churches warns the public to be wary of dubious ‘men of God’

The Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) has learnt with disbelief the conduct of a named church bishop who sexually abuse underage children in the name of conducting exorcism. Read more: http://www.lusakatimes.com/2014/07/24/council-churches-warns-public-wary-dubious-men-god/

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Zambia: Pastor arrested for failed Armed Robbery at Lusaka’s Manda Hill Shopping Mall

A KABWE-BASED pastor who was allegedly armed with an AK47 assault rifle and his accomplice have been arrested after a failed aggravated robbery at Lusaka’s Manda Hill Shopping Mall. Read more: http://lusakavoice.com/2014/07/15/armed-pastor-arrested-for-failed-robbery-at-lusakas-manda-hill-shopping-mall/

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Colombia: T.B Joshua packs stadium in Colombia World Cup style

Nigerian famous Prophet T.B. Joshua jam-packed a stadium in Cali, Colombia as he began his two day crusade on Friday, reports Correspondent. Thousands, upon thousands, filled the stands and overflowed onto the field area as they were eager to experience the anointing of God in the life of the Nigerian pastor they have heard so much about. Read more: http://zambianeye.com/archives/22559

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Brazil: 8-Year-Old Preacher Who Can Cure HIV Just With Her Touch

Story from the Tumfweko Website

On the outskirts of Rio, deep in the slums of San Gonzalo, where faith is high and poverty is everywhere, believers flock to a little Pentecostal church. Read more: http://tumfweko.com/2014/07/10/8-year-old-preacher-who-can-cure-hiv-just-with-her-touch/

Zambia: Homosexuals should be willing to get spiritual help – Rev Mwanza

Story from the Lusaka Times Website

The Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) has observed that much as the church is willing to offer spiritual help to Homosexuals, those practising it should also be willing to get help. Read more: http://www.lusakatimes.com/2014/07/03/homosexuals-willing-get-spiritual-help-rev-mwanza/

Zimbabwe: 7 Men Immediately Die After Having Sex with Same Woman

Story from the Tumfweko Website

A seemingly cursed woman from Bulawayo’s Emganwini suburb Janet Phiri, will do anything for a person who will cleanse her as ‘all men’ she plays the ‘hide my sausage game’ with allegedly die within a week after the act. Read more: http://tumfweko.com/2014/06/12/7-men-immediately-die-after-having-sex-with-same-woman/

Nigeria: Nigeria Boko Haram crisis: ’20 women abducted’ in north

Suspected Boko Haram militants have abducted at least 20 women close to where
200 schoolgirls were kidnapped in northern Nigeria, eyewitnesses say. The women were loaded on to vans at gunpoint and driven away to an unknown
location in Borno state, they add. The army has not commented on the incident, which occurred on the nomadic Garkin
Fulani settlement on Thursday. The Nigerian military has faced mounting criticism for failing to stop militant attacks in
the north-east. Despite a state of emergency in place in the region, residents say the army is largely
inactive or even absent, allowing the Boko Haram militants to continue their attacks. The group has waged an increasingly bloody insurgency since 2009 in an attempt to
create an Islamic state in Nigeria – and thousands of people have died in their attacks
and the subsequent security crackdown. ‘Too late’ The latest incident occurred close to where more than 200 schoolgirls were snatched
from the remote Chibok town near the Cameroonian border on 14 April. A member of a local vigilante group set up to resist such attacks said that in addition to
the women, the militants also seized three men who had tried to stop the abduction. “We tried to go after them when the news got to us about three hours later, but the
vehicles we have could not go far, and the report came to us a little bit late,” Alhaji Tar
said. The women are from a mainly Muslim community of cattle herders. The government has been facing growing pressure both at home and abroad to do
more to tackle Boko Haram since the abduction of the schoolgirls, who are mostly
Christians. On Monday, the military announced it had killed 50 insurgents in anti-terrorism
operations in recent days and prevented further Islamist raids on villages in Borno and
neighbouring Adamawa state. It follows a wave of militant attacks on villages in recent days, with as many as 200
people feared killed in one attack alone in the remote Gwoza area of Borno state. Local residents, now living rough in the Mandara mountains, told the BBC on Sunday the
army had still not arrived in their villages a week after the first raid. They say Boko Haram fighters have raised black and white jihadist flags in several
villages and it is too dangerous for men to venture there so elderly women were been
sent to bury the dead. BBC Nigeria correspondent Will Ross says the government appears reluctant to
acknowledge the attacks in Gwoza, an area which is now a Boko Haram stronghold. A new report by the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre and the Norwegian
Refugee Council says 3,300 people have been killed by Boko Haram this year alone. The UK government is due to host a ministerial meeting about northern Nigeria’s
security in London on 12 June, following on from last month’s summit in Paris about
tackling Boko Haram.

Zambia/Nigeria: Is the ‘Nigerian God’ bigger than our God?

Story from the Zambia Today Website

Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria has many influences on the continent. Be it in business, art, music or culture, the West African country is spreading its dominance across the continent with ferocity. But nowhere is Nigeria having more influence in Zambia than among the evangelical Christians, as Jack Zimba reports. Read more: http://zambiatoday.com/?p=127

Zambia: Family block sick former Mayor from going to hospital, opts for prayers

Story from the Zambian Watchdog

The family of former Kabwe Mayor, Richard Yumbe has blocked him from being taken to
hospital but have instead called in pastors from some local Pentecostal churches to pray
for him. Read more: https://www.zambianwatchdog.com/family-block-sick-former-mayor-from-going-to-hospital-opts-for-prayers/

Zambia: Zambians should Stop Traveling Abroad For Miracles, We Have Powerful Men Of God Locally: Bishop Joe Imakando

Story from the Tumfweko Website

Bread of Life Church International overseer
Bishop Joe Imakando has appealed to Zambians to stop wasting their money travelling abroad to seek divine intervention. Read more: http://tumfweko.com/2014/06/09/bishop-joe-imakando-zambians-should-stop-traveling-abroad-for-healing/

Nigeria: TB Joshua Exposes Chilling Secrets Of Top ILLUMINATI Members

Story from the Tumfweko Website

Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua has released a controversial video via his official YouTube
channel claiming to expose the dark and secret activities of the infamous Illuminati cult. Read more: http://tumfweko.com/2014/06/08/tb-joshua-exposes-chilling-secrets-of-top-illuminati-members/