TERRITORIAL DOMINION CONFERENCE GOES TO LILONGWE
By Tamandani Mwalabu
Fountain of Victory Church International, founded by Apostle Joseph Ziba, will from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th November host a three day territorial dominion conference which will take place at MCP hall in city centre Lilongwe.
According to Bishop Medram Chirwa, who is the regional pastor for the church in the central region and the host for the meetings, they expect to see a great impact in the city after the conference.
“We are trusting God that through these services, there will be a great move of God which will cause us to command the city. We are expecting a great move of God which will position us for the new season of territorial dominion. The grace of God which will be brought by these meetings will result into an increase,” he said.
Bishop Chirwa said the conference, which is a follow up to a similar event held in Zomba last week will be characterized by the healing power of God and those who are sick should make it a point to attend the services.
“We are expecting God to perform miracles which will blow the minds of people. All those who are sick should come with all manner of sicknesses and the God who heals will be present to heal. When God is doing new things, spiritual lives must change, and the same applies to health, finances apart from our influence in society. This is what we are expecting in these three days,” said Chirwa.
Recently, Apostle Ziba, who will be preaching during these three days, made a prophetic declaration that Fountain of Victory Church International has entered into a season of territorial dominion. The first conference this proclamation was conducted at Eastern Robin’s park in Zomba which was hosted by Pastor David Gondwe. Speaking in the aftermath of the conference, Pastor Gondwe describing it as a memorable event which left a mark in the Eastern region and Zomba in particular.
“We are so grateful to God for the anointing and revelation of the word we experienced during our territorial dominion conference. These meetings left a great impact in Zomba, ” he said