MMD President and Founder of Victory Ministries, Dr Nevers Mumba, has called on Zambians to take a stand on national values and choices. In a statement released yesterday, Dr Mumba expressed his shock at how many Zambians seem agitated over issues that he and other Christian leaders warned about over 25 years ago.
“It’s shocking to see how the issues we have been warning about for years are now unfolding right in front of our eyes. The Zambian church is facing a powerful global movement that has now gone ten steps ahead, and if we do not act now, we risk losing our Christian heritage and values,” Dr Mumba said.
Dr Mumba believes that the time has come for Zambians, and believers in particular, to take a stand on national values and choices. He emphasized the need for Christians to be actively involved in legislative positions, such as parliament, to safeguard the country’s Christian heritage and values.
“For many years, we have said that we must place Christians in legislative positions such as parliament in order to safeguard our Christian heritage and values. At that time, most of us were playing church, and we made our choices. Now, we are facing the consequences of those choices,” he said.
Dr Mumba further lamented the fact that the Zambian church has been weakened, and Christians have convinced themselves that civil matters do not belong to them.
“Over the years, we have convinced ourselves that the place of a godly man is only the pulpit. We have convinced ourselves that the Christian message is only good enough in the choir and in the pulpit. This has weakened us, and now we are being made to sit quietly and watch as others take center stage in shaping the social direction and moral fabric of Zambia as a nation,” he said.
Dr Mumba also warned that the Zambian church could soon be accused of hate speech and human rights violations if it tries to raise its voice about those who are shouting that it’s their choice.
“We must wake up and choose right over wrong at whatever cost. Zambia shall be saved, but we must repent from the evils that are upon us,” he said.
Dr Mumba’s statement has sparked debate across the nation, with many people expressing their views on the matter. Some have commended him for speaking out, while others have criticized him for what they see as an attempt to impose Christian values on the entire nation.
A Zambian journalist, Brian Malama, believes that Dr Mumba’s statement is timely and highlights the need for Christians to be actively involved in shaping the nation’s future.
“As a Christian, I believe that Dr Mumba’s statement is timely and highlights the need for Christians to be actively involved in shaping the nation’s future. However, we must also respect the rights of others and not impose our beliefs on them,” he said.
Another Zambian, Samuel Mwila, thinks that Dr Mumba’s statement is divisive and could create more problems than it solves.
“I think Dr Mumba’s statement is divisive and could create more problems than it solves. We must learn to coexist and respect each other’s beliefs, even if we do not agree with them,” he said.
This man is a useful ***** who cannot be trusted anymore.one hand you want condemn on the other hand you are eating with the same people who are bringing shame to this nation
The Pastor has failed to condemn his new found friend for tolerating LGBTQ. When it comes to hypocrisy Christians rank among the topmost. Muslims in Qatar showed us that they can’t succumb to such nonsense. Even American promoters know that if they dare do it in Saudi Arabia they’ll get to the hangman in no time. Those are the people that are serious about their values
Dr Mumba Zambians can only speak through the man with instruments of power if this government has signed to the club that allows this evil to flourish in our country no one apart from the man in state house is mandated to shout it down, everything melts down to the ant-Christ in state house the opposer of anything that concerns godliness.
With his mandate to be in power evil will increase and poverty will be deeper than before , what he did first when he was sown in was to remove the ministry that protected our Christian values and many of you were clapping , as you didn’t know his plans he even went on to remove the national prayer day , well i mean if he doesn’t attend it then he has removed it.
NEVERS IS RIGHT . ”THE CHURCH HAS BEEN WEAKENED ”. BY FAKE CLERGY LIKE FATHER BWALYA , REV. SUMAILI, DEACON LUSAMBO, PRIEST MALANJI , ELDER EMMANUEL MWAMBA ARCHBBISHOP NKANDU LUO AND DEACONNESS PHIRI(INCARSERATED NOW ) FOR THEY DID NOT ADVISE THE GOVERNMENT ON HOW TO ASSOCIATE WITH THE CHURCH ,AS FAR CHRISTIAN AND NATIONAL VALUES WERE CONCERNED . INSTEAD , THEY TOOK CORRUPTION TO THE CHURCH . IN CORRUPTION THERE ARE ALL SORTS OF EVIL ‘ PEOPLE GO FOR EVIL PRACTICES WHEN THEIR MIND HAVE BEEN CORRUPTED THANK GOD, HH IS TRYING TO CORRECT THE SITUATION
HH is not trying to correct anything. He’s the enabler in chief, allowing all this decadent homosexual lifestyle to flourish freely under his watch. You don’t have to be a Christian to see that the LGBTQ agenda is unAfrican. Even in America it’s losing support with conservative States like Kansas making a push back against it. HH’s strategy is to pretend like he doesn’t know what’s going on, by remaining silent. President Museveni is fiercely and actively defending his country against this movement and has become a global hero. HH is the exact opposite. Either way, he’ll be voted out come 2026, if Zambia is to morally survive this decadent movement’s onslaught.
NSHILIMBEMBA, YOU ARE RIGHT , THE MAN IN STATE HOUSE HAS A FINAL SAY BUT HE HAS GET PIECES OF ADVICE FROM HIS SUBORDINATES ACCORDING TO NATIONAL SECTORS, MINISTRIES ,PROVINCES, DEPARTMENTS ETC. DURING ECL ERA, SOME MINISTERS, MPS, AND WERE APPERANTLY MORE POWERFUL AND INFLUENTIAL THAN THE PRESIDENT AND THE PRESIDENT WAS THEREFORE JUST ALLOWING WHAT EVEN THE CADRES WANTED TO DO; HH IS LI KK, MWANAWASA AND SATA, HE KNOWS THAT HE A VISION CARRIER AND HAS A VISION BASED ON POWER TO DEFEND, PROTECT AND STRENGTHEN THE CHRISTIAN AND NATIONAL VALUES . I CAN’T BLAME LUNGU BECAUSE HE ACTUALLY TESTIFIED THAT HE HAD NO VISION, I JUST BLAME PEOPLE , LIKE THE ONES CITED FOR NOT HAVING HAD ADVISED AND HELPED ECL ON CHRISTIAN AND NORMAL Valuues
Dr Mumba is right and we should by all means preserve our moral values as a country.Church is asleep and time is now for the church to come out of slamber and speak out,defend the faith that Jesus Christ paid the price for.Why entertaining sin in a christian nation? Why putting a curse on our land? No to the devil and back to the sender.If it means we die for IMF not to give us the money better we die.You want us to live as if we are in a foreign land.This is our country and let us protect our country from these satanists who want to destroy our beloved country.I remember supper ken (KK).Dont sale your country over Gayism.We will co-exist with people of the same kind same principles and values.
Unfortunately I fainted in town today. I would like to thank the kind couple who looked after me and secured my car and property. You are good people. The doctor said it is exhaustion. I work very hard for my loved ones. Thank you for all your concerns. I am fine and resting with my beautiful Regina.
Mumba shut your mouth you upnd thugs
I HAVE FOR THE FIRST TIME HEARD OF A MAN WHO HAVE JUST ”RESURRECTED” INSULTING HIS OWN PASTOR LIKE MUBA WHO MIGHT SPENT A GREAT DEAL OF TIME IN PRAYERS FOR THE SICK AND ALL THOSE FAINTING
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