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A Preacher Benefits from Radio

Jun 11, 2014

Preparing for sermons to preach on Sunday requires a lot of patience, study, and prayer, especially when commentaries and other study materials are difficult to come by. But Kondwani Lipato has found some excellent help. Early on Sunday mornings at 6:30AM he sets at his table with pen and paper in hand and listens to the local radio and takes lots of notes. Kondwani is a Minister of one of the churches in rural Zomba. He started listening to the radio programs in early 2011 and was excited that he had found a hidden treasure. This early Sunday morning time is special for him. His normal routine is to take notes during the radio program, study the references further, then share what he has learned with others. This has helped him to now be able to prepare well-cooked sermons after listening to our presenters.

He still remembers some of our speakers like Bro. Isaac Paulo and his sermon on the book of Ruth about Naomi, Ruth, and Boaz.

He was asked about the radio broadcast being so early and said, “The timing is just right for (him) and for other listeners as well, because it helps prepare them for Sunday service at Church.” Kondwani has highly praised the program and encourages the continuation of it. He says, “It is helping many people in their walk with Christ and is especially helpful to church leaders like (him).”

The broadcast time is paid for by World Radio. Bravo, World Radio! May God continue to bless this ministry.

Simon .J. Katete, Namikango staff

We are very appreciative of the support given us by World Radio Global Gospel Broadcasts. This is a church supported work from West Monroe La. They have provided broadcast time for us for over 14 years. They provide the radio time and we provide the teachers. Their website is: www.wfr.org

Sidney Vaughn