RFP Ministries in COVID-19 Prayers
Raised For a Purpose (RFP) Ministries has organized prayers dubbed "Covid-19 Prayers for Malawi" slated for Saturday 30 January, 2021 in Blantyre in an attempt to fight COVID-19 in the country.
The Ministry’s leader, Pastor Aubrey Mwasinga, says only 50 people will be allowed in the Ministry's Dawn Auditorium whilst the rest will follow the event online.
"I believe that the fight against Covid-19 requires a holistic approach where everyone brings to the table what they can contribute to the fight.
“For example, government should bring policies, scientists should bring medical solutions, organizations and people that can give money towards it should do so, comedians should continue to entertain people on social media so that people are happy and laughter is good medicine,” he said.
“Similarly, we are bringing spiritual solutions to the table because we know how far the spiritual weapons of warfare go in both healing people as well as encouraging people to have hope.
“And hope alone increases the immune system of people while fear of death causes infected people to think Covid-19 is a death sentence and that weakens their immune system,” he added.
Among others, the prayers will tackle areas of the spread of the pandemic, patients, health workers, consolation for the bereaved and there will also be prayers for the President and the Government efforts against the virus.