Word of Life International Ministries last week held its annual World Changers conference, setting Bulawayo for a major revival.

The gospel galore which ran under the theme ‘Come and See’ was graced by one of Zimbabwe’s most celebrated preachers, Bishop Tudor Bismark.

Christians around the city had to endure the heavy rains to make time for their Creator, which most believed was a life-changing experience.

Word of Life Choir which is well known for its deep praise and worship in Bulawayo lived up to their billing as they sang powerful praises unto the Lord.

The conference was attended by Christians from all walks of life and coincided with the Word of Life School of Ministry graduation ceremony. The students were conferred with various diplomas in theology.

Speaking at the conference on Saturday, founder of the church, Dr Goodwill Shana, challenged Christians to perceive things in the spirit so that these things could manifest in the natural. “Catch up quickly what God is doing in your lives. Open your spiritual eyes,” Shana invoked the gathering.

Shana who was also part of the negotiations surrounding the 2009 Global Political Agreement (GPA) underscored the importance of speaking positively about Zimbabwe.

Bulawayo is receiving heavy rains. Thanks to the Almighty for answered prayers. Christians around the city continue to pray for more rains.

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