Love Malawi Festival
Evangelist Andrew Palau // Photo: Sven Kubetzko
LOVE MALAWI FESTIVAL

Thousands of people flocked to the grand finale of the Love Malawi Festival in Lilongwe (20.08.2016 and 21.08.2016). The children activities in the morning were followed by exciting BMX stunts by Vic Murphy, John Andrus and their team. After Vic shared his testemony and the Gospel the FMX team raised the enthusiasm of the crowd to another level.

The Evangelist Andrew Palau took the stage, following local artists, including Faith Mussa, KBG and the Kamuzu Barracks Singers, and the intenational worship leader Dave Lubben. A very attentive crowd listen to the Gospel preached by Andrew and many decided to accept Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord.

The festival ended with a concert of the renowned Doen Moen. Thousands raised their voices in unison to praise the Lord.
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The weeks before the final festival days were filled with a lot of activities, such as eyeglass clinics, soccer outreaches, prison ministries, business leaders and women dinners, a press conference, evangelizations in Mzuzu (5-7 August), Ntcheu (5-7 August), Blantyre (12-14 August), Zomba (12-14 August) and in Dzaleka Refugee Camp (12-14 August).
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The international evangelist Andrew Palau and the Evangelical Association of Malawi launched the Love Malawi Festival on 26 April 2016 in Lilongwe. Representatives of many churches and high ranking politicians demonstrated their desire to change the face of Malawi through the proclamation of the Gospel.
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