Kuyamika – Voices of Praise will feature music from the amazing gospel artists from the African continent and some international flavour. DIGITAL Satellite Television (DStv) Zambezi Magic Channel 160 is set to launch Spiritual Sunday on 8th November, 2015.
Zambezi Magic Channel Head Addiel Dzinoreva said the channel will be a block of spiritual programming from Southern Africa for viewers in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC).
Mr Dzinoreva said Spiritual Sunday will come every Sunday at 08:00 hours and will feature different genres of christian programming.
He said the programming will include latest gospel music videos from different countries on a show called Kuyamika (Voices of Praise) and a two hour Zambezi Sunday Service that will feature sermons from different churches in the SADC region.
“We understand that many of our viewers in the SADC region are Christians. This is why we have come up with content that caters for their spiritual enrichment. We have an array of programmes that will speak to their daily walk as Christians. That will include sermons, gospel music and magazine talk shows among others,” he said.
Mr Dzinoreva said Zambezi Magic wants to ensure that its viewers get inspired to live the kind of lives they desire and they get rejuvenated to face the week ahead.
Christian Reformed Church in Zambia (CRCZ) Bishop Amos Ngoma has encouraged all church leaders in the country to take this opportunity to develop their God-given talents of preaching and singing on this platform.
Bishop Ngoma, who is the founder of CRCZ, said people should not only focus on the DStv’s subscription fees but also see the value of their money.
He said God fearing people should appreciate that a number of Christian Channels have been added both on DStv and Gotv.
Bishop Joshua Banda of Northmead Assemblies of God Church is set to launch the Zambezi Magic Sunday Service.
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