Thursday, February 27, 2020

Davaos spread Valentine’s love to orphans

TERENCE MISELO writesZAMBIAN all-female dancehall group on Saturday decided to celebrate their Valentine’s Day by reaching out to the needy. Davaos...

Super Rhymer plans big for 2020

TERENCE MISELO writesBUDDING Zambia artiste Lameck Zulu famously called Super Rhymer has pledged to build on his music fame this year by...

About Rich Bizzy

TERENCE MISELO writesMUSICIAN Rich Bizzy is among Zambia’s top artistes’ who continues to offer great entertaiment and enjoyable music. The artiste famous...

CREATING CAPACITY FOR EXPANSION: BREAK FORTH!! – WITH PROPHET GARRY BWALYA

Isaiah 54:1-4 EVERY individual created by God is born with an imbedded seed of greatness.

Church prodded to preach messages of salvation

Ketra Kalunga writes GOVERNMENT has urged the church to preach a message of salvation of the Zambian people.

PERSONAL GOALS FOR A BETTER YOU IN 2020

Personal goal setting starts with having a destination in mind. If you don’t know where you’re going, why bother...

‘DESTINY IS THE PROPHETIC AGENDA OF GOD UPON YOUR LIFE’ – PROPHET ENOCK KALUNGA

Scripture references: Genesis 37:1-10, Genesis 50:19-21 and Jeremiah 29:11, By PROPHET Enock Kalunga                                             DESTINY is the prophetic agenda...
PROPHETESS MWAKA

A NEW YEAR IS ALWAYS SYMBOLIC OF A FRESH START, NEW BEGINNING, NEW CHAPTER...

BY PROPHETESS MWAKA TWAGIRAYESU THE past year 2019 was full of ups and downs, both good and tough moments,...

PASTOR OF WEEK: Enock Kalunga – Renowned Prophet and deliverance minister

PROPHET Enock Kalunga is the CEO and founder of New Kingdom Birth Ministries, based at Fountain of Hope in Lusaka’s Kamwala Township.

FAITH COLLEGE GRADUATES 15 IN THEOLOGY

SIMON MUNTENBA writes               @SunZambian NO words can proficiently describe the happiness that was etched on the faces...

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