92 Baptized in Mutoko | Ministry News

Candidates queue for baptism in Zvidozvavanhu, Mutoko, 23 July The Mission Go evangelism campaign in Mutoko came to conclusion on Sabbath 23 July 2022 after a successful 2-week mission period. We thank God for the ninety-two (92) souls who accepted Christ as their Savior and were baptised to become members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. … Continue reading 92 Baptized in Mutoko | Ministry News

29 Baptised in Binga | Ministry News

Baptised members pose with new Bibles in Binga, courtesy of Mission Go The Mission Go evangelism campaign in Binga North came to conclusion on Sabbath 12 March 2022 after a successful 2-week mission period. Twenty-nine (29) souls in total accepted Christ as their Savior and were baptised to become members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. … Continue reading 29 Baptised in Binga | Ministry News

The Unseen Observer | MG Blog

The year is 539 BC and Nabonidus and his son Belshazzar, both the crown prince and co-regent to the throne, are reigning in Babylon. Nabonidus had delegated much of the administration of the kingdom to the young and juvenile Belshazzar while he occupied himself with other congenial tasks in self-imposed exile. The Babylonian kingdom had … Continue reading The Unseen Observer | MG Blog

34 Baptised in Beitbridge West | Ministry NEWS

Mr Moyo gets baptised in Madzivhe, Beitbridge The Mission Go evangelism campaign in Beitbridge West came to conclusion on Sabbath 23 October 2021 after a successful 3-week mission period. Thirty-four (34) souls in total accepted Christ as their Saviour and were baptised to become members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The campaign had three (3) … Continue reading 34 Baptised in Beitbridge West | Ministry NEWS

Essential Services? | MG Blog

No doubt we are all experiencing, to a greater or lesser degree, the effects of the global coronavirus pandemic in our daily lives. The social order as we knew it has drastically changed and with little to no remonstrance we have seen communities giving up some of their cherished liberties, all of course in the … Continue reading Essential Services? | MG Blog