2016 Apostolic/Prophetic Conference to be graced by anointed speakers
OVER the years Harvest House International has hosted tremendous conferences of large magnitudes at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) arena.
The church has invested in bringing dynamic international speakers to come and minister to many who would not ordinarily have the opportunity to see these men and women ministering live.
These conferences have been graced by anointed men and women from the body of Christ such as Bishop Tudor Bismark, Apostle Eunor Guti, Pastors Matthew and Yemisi Ashimolowo, Bishop Mosa Sono, Bishop Eat Sackey, Bishop Chimwemwe Chiwaka, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills and Shingi Munyeza to mention a few.
This year’s edition of the conference is no different. The key-note speakers hail from South Africa and Ghana. Bishop Mosa Sono, from Grace Bible Church in Soweto, South Africa is an eloquent teacher of the Word who ministers with much clarity and depth of insight.
His television programme, Xihlovo, is a favourite of many and has impacted the lives of many in the region. Bishop Edwin Morgan Ogoe, a man who traded the medical room for the pulpit, is an associate of Bishop Dag Heward-Mills and he works with Bishop Heward-Mills on the acclaimed Healing Jesus Crusade campaigns which have become a significant feature of the Christian landscape in West Africa.
Bishop Ogoe is a fiery and unapologetic preacher of the Word who ministers with evident passion. He ministers from Bread of Life Cathedral, a Lighthouse Chapel International branch that is in Adenta in Accra, Ghana.
One of Zimbabwe’s finest marketing gurus, Dr Doug Mamvura, will be the speaker at the business session. Renowned for his book, Marketing As A Calling, he is an inspired leader and mentor with an immense ability to build passion and enthusiasm around the object of business strategy and marketing. Those who have listened to him attest to the fact that he never leaves your business or your business ideas the same. Praise Hour with Zim-Praise Friday night has been themed the Praise Night. The much acclaimed gospel choir, Zim-Praise, will take to the stage from 6pm to 7PM. The auditorium will reverberate to the sounds of the Sungano hit-makers for a solid hour. This will be a fitting prelude to the “Clash of Hub Choirs” competition that will take centre stage on Friday. The group, known for its electrifying performances, is expected to whet the musical appetites of many. The Zim-Praise choir will perform absolutely free of charge courtesy of Harvest House International. Clash of the Hub Choirs The church has put in place a unique music development programme that is targeted at improving the quality of music in the church as well as encouraging Harvesters to create their own music. This has been done through the Clash of Hub Choirs music competition, a platform that showcases the gifted musical talents at Harvest House.
It is from this platform that Takesure Zamar Ncube of Worship Addicts was able to feature on Joyous Celebration’s live DVD recordings in South Africa. This annual competition has hub choirs from Harvest House Churches globally converging in one venue and competing for the all-important floating trophy and bragging rights.
The requirement is that all competing choirs sing original songs which have been written and arranged by members of the church. In last year’s edition a total of 65 new songs, composed and arranged by Harvesters, were showcased at the concert. This year’s edition is no different with a whopping 70 new songs in the offing for those that will attend the concert. Concert tickets, for only $3, are already available at all Harvest House International churches and are selling like hot cakes.
Lindelani Mkhize, the co-founder and director of Joyous Celebration, will also lead a stellar cast of adjudicators for the competition which include Pastor Charles Charamba of the Fishers of Men and Rachel Chigwanda of the Zimbabwe College of Music. This year’s Clash of Hub Choirs’ edition will also be recorded live on DVD. Live Streaming The conference will be live streamed to a global audience. This will ensure that those that are in the diaspora will not miss out as they can follow the live broadcasts. The conference also breaks new ground this year as it will also be beamed live on Healing Jesus TV. This increases the reach of the conference and we are not only excited but grateful to the Lord for opening such doors.
We extend a warm invitation for you to join us at the 2016 Apostolic/Prophetic Conference as we sit under the wholesome ministry of renowned men of God. We also invite you to the “Clash of Hub Choirs” where, yet again, there will be abundant talent on display.