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Holy Nation Church Scheduled for Launch in RSA

Pastor Joram Pastor Joram - pic courtesy of Holy Nation Church

The South Africa based Holy Nation Church is set to officially be launched on 5 to 7 May this year where Apostle Joseph Ziba from Malawi is expected to preside over the event in the rainbow country.

Founder of Holy Nation Church, Pastor Khumbo Joram, said the launching will be one of the best events in South Africa.

“We have managed to plan for everything and we have indeed confirmed all our guests and visitors including our Father Apostle Ziba has confirmed to preside over the launch of the church. This is a game changer three days of service full of word of God,” said Pastor Joram.

The man of God said it has not been an easy road since they established the church considering that there have been a lot of attacks physically but have managed to survive.

“What God has started, he does not need man to finish it, He finishes himself because he is the finisher himself.

“We were given a prophesy from other men of God that this church will not even survive to 90 days, but we have seen God taking us to 365 days, we started with a few members but now the church has grown more than what we expected and this is God’ project, no one can stop it at all,” said the founder.

One of the church’s affiliate pastors from Malawi described Pastor Jarom as a strong man, looking at what he went through since he formed the church.

“If he was like other people he could have not been in RSA with the church, he has been attacked a lot, some pastors cursed him, recently he was attacked at his business premises, he lost everything and just last week, the church’ Quantum bus was hijacked and the left the driver with injuries, a lot has happened but he never gave up,” the Malawian affiliate pastor said.

The Holy Nation Church focuses on preaching and teaching the word of God.

The church has not settled in prophesies, a development that has made it unique in a number of aspects against its modern days contemporary.

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