President Hakainde Hichilema has pledged the country’s churches of his unwavering support in carrying out God’s will.
And, as a People’s House, the President has indicated that the State House will remain available to all citizens, including churches.
President Hichilema was joined in fellowship at State House grounds this morning by members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the Head of State will be joined in praise and worship by another group of Christians tomorrow.
The President said that assured Zambians that while in office, his government will ensure that Christianity is not only in word but also in action for faith without works amounts to nothing.
The President added that Zambia’s stance as a Christian Nation will be upheld to the honour and glory of our God Almighty.
“While in office, we will ensure that Christianity is not only in word but also in action for faith without works amounts to nothing.
“Zambia’s stance as a Christian Nation will be upheld to the honour and glory of our God Almighty.
“In his message, Pastor Hamilton Mulendema reminded us to continue looking to God Almighty when in trouble and also that the country expects us to deliver the much-desired change. We ask for God’s wisdom and through Christ, this we will deliver.
“To our brothers and sisters going to worship tomorrow, Sunday, we encourage you to do so wholeheartedly. Our government is open to work with all churches and all churches are welcome to State House, which is a house for the People.
“In order to emphasise this, we will be joined by fellow Christians tomorrow, Sunday, 29th August, 2021, for a fellowship service. We are one Zambia, one Nation and one People, ” the president concluded in a statement on his facebook page