The reach-out campaign was slated for Basch Street Terminus popularly known as Godini. There passers-by were given free copies of the devotional book by Senior Pastors Chris and Anita Oyakhilome.
Rhapsody of Realities is one of the best-selling daily devotional book, available in over hundred languages including Greek, Portuguese, French and Swahili. It has been in circulation around the world for over a decade.
Christ Embassy member who was also part of the reach-out entourage, Sam Nyamutswa, said the exercise was meant to preach the gospel. “This is a unique day for us because churches of today only want to preach the gospel indoors, but we have decided to go outdoors,” an upbeat Nyamutswa said.
Pastor Sean Naboth from Betbridge told Relzim.org that the campaign was received well and set Betbridge on fire for God. “This year’s exercise surpassed last years’ and it’s was amazing. Betbridge received the gospel in a mighty way because we believe in preaching the gospel to all creatures,” Naboth said.
The previous reach-out exercise drew thousands onto the streets and caught the attention of police Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri who gave a testimonial of how Rhapsody of Realities had impacted his life for the good.