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Church urged to help actualize Zambia as Christian nation

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The church in Kasama district has called on Christians to help actualize the declaration of Zambia as a Christian nation.

Father Chonde Phiri of the Anglican Church in Kasama district says the actualization of this declaration will help Zambia to remain united in all spheres.

Fr. Phiri is optimistic that the actualization will also help the country to continue enjoying the love, peace and oneness founded by the forefathers.

Fr. Phiri who is also Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) Northern Province Chairperson said this in a sermon during the commemoration of the declaration of Zambia as a Christian nation held at Bread of Life Church today.

Fr. Chonde also encouraged Zambians to work together towards maintaining the fundamentals of Zambia as a Christian nation by embracing Christian principles and values.

Meanwhile, Kasama District Administrative Officer Beauty Namukoko reminded Zambians to reflect and give thanks to God for all the good things that he is doing for the country.

Ms.Namukoko also reiterated government’s effort in promoting Christian values and principles through the Ministry of National Guidance and Religious Affairs.

She added that government appreciates the contribution the church has continued to render in uplifting the living standards of people in various spheres of life.

“As government, we will continue to support the church in its efforts to contribute to the well-being of our people, “She said.

Ms. Namukoko also urged the church to preach peace and love as the country approaches the 2021 General elections.

Zambia today is commemorating 29 years of its declaration as a Christian nation under the theme “sustaining unity and peace in diversity by declaring Zambia as a Christian nation.”

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  1. “KELLY: Judge Bergeron, let me bring you in. You are an appellate judge, which means you review sentences that other judges have imposed. What is your takeaway for – about what the problem is and what needs to be changed here?
    BERGERON: I think it’s multifactored. And I think part of the issue is when we get decisions on appeal, there’s no baseline. And I’ve recalled several instances where I’ve received a decision and I say, that sentence seems incredibly high to me. But then to tie in to what Justice Donnelly said, that’s just my gut instinct. I don’t have data to back that up. And part of what we’re advocating for is to have that data so that we can all take a look at the criminal justice system and figure out what makes sense in terms of meaningful reform. And I think everyone…

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  2. And what kind of things do you look at to guide your gut? Data, that’s modern Zambia.

    PF time out!

    Giveaway for a new direction.

    Modern: relating to the present or times as opposed to the remote past.

  3. Subi you are devils child. This is a Christian nation as stated in our constitution. If you want to worship devil then you and upnd can move to the west where they tolerate such rubbish. Go join tarino there abroad

  4. @subi this is a Christian nation. Take that evilness far away from here. It is in constitution. If you don’t agree with our constitution you know where the door is.

  5. Chishimba Musonda – It seems you don’t know the history of middle east compared to Africa…what are you going achieve from this? Nothing just Politicians making fooooools out of you!!

  6. This is just lungu dupping the masses with his paid up pastors……

    When ever there is trouble or when lungu is expected to address the nation on serious issues , we have this kind of bile or call to national prayers …..

    It’s a well worked scripted from statehouse…..

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