The second edition of the God’s Generals International Conference GGIC is set for the first week of December at Green croft Presbyterian Church with over 1000 delegates.
The GGIC conference is a forum for spiritual growth of multi christianic denominational leaders to strengthen each other in an era churches are becoming many.
“The Conference is important as it is a platform that seeks to bring churches together and comes at a time in Zimbabwe as there have been a lot of churches sprouting up.” Pastor Dr Stanley Moyana said at a press conference today.
The Conference is expected to feature presentations from renowned religious leaders and motivational speakers including Arthur Marara and Arch Bishop Bartholomew Manjoro who will ordain leaders.
Furthermore,“Dr Arch Bishop Bartholomew Manjoro is expected to ordain religious leaders and we are expecting to utilise his religious school that has done the same regionally and internationally for recognition of certificates to be awarded.” Bishop Adelino Nyabanga the founding President of GGIC said.
“The Conference which will run from the second to fourth of December in Harare is prices at US$25 for the Silver seat, US$35 for the Gold seat and the Platinum seat will be going for US$50 inclusive of stationary and meals.” Apostle Mkhonde Saeni the Information and Publicity Officer of the God’s General International Forum said.
The organisers could not ascertain the number of religious tourism participants for the Conference as they are still coordinating potential participants.