Christian Faith Impact Ministries (CFI) is holding a Christian Celebration Conference at the NamPower Convention Centre in Windhoek this week from 31 August to 3 September 2011.
The Conference, hosted by Reverend Margaret Mwale, the Senior Pastor and also founder of (CFI) Ministries International, will run under the theme In the Fullness of Time which emphasizes on the ripeness of time for God’s visitation to people for breakthroughs, miracles, healings, blessings and deliverance in all aspects of life.
Said Pastor Jeremiah Ntinda, “This is declaring that the dawn of the time is here for God to reach us at our point of need.”
Pastor Jeremiah says the theme is from Genesis 18 when one of the three angels Abraham hosted prophesied to him that surely when he returns about this time next year, his wife Sarah will have a son.
“The Lord’s timing is always the right time and our God is not a late God, he is always on time. The ground is fertile. During the conference it will be the right season,” adds Pastor Jeremiah.
According to Jeremiah, “Reverend Mwale is anointed and warmly embraces people from all backgrounds even though she hates sin, she loves the sinner and always makes sure all their needs are met at the feet of the cross. Christian Faith Ministries has other branches in Namibia and Angola and this is a relevant tool being used by God in our day and age.”
Reverend Mwale is an ordained and anointed woman of God whom where ever she preaches wonders and miracles manifest.
“As I have intensely studied God's Word, He has revealed incredible mysteries and released supernatural miracles in my life and to his people through my ministry,” says Reverent Mwale.
“In fact, we have seen more and greater miracles in these last few years. All types of diseases will be healed. This is the right season the ground is fertile,” she adds.
The main speaker of the event is Bishop Jeston Katebe who is coming from the Royal Family Church in United States of America (USA).
Pastor Jeremiah says Bishop Katebe is a man of God who is anointed in Healing and Deliverance.
Bishop Katebe graduated from Africa School of Biblical Studies in 1985, where he studied practical theology and furthered his studies at Christ For the Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas USA.
He and his wife Rev. Charity Katebe founded Royal Family Church in Zambia and in 2004 planted a Church in Dallas, Texas where they currently reside.
The convention will also be graced with powerful gospel music from one of the famous Namibian Gospel artistes, Clive Willemse with Zambian Gospel Group, DMK and Namibia’s queen of gospel Philippine Netope.