2016 Apos­tolic/Prophetic Con­fer­ence to be graced by anointed speak­ers

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

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.

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