SYDNEY-(MaraviPost)- South Africa based Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church, over the weekend, took his ministry to Australia for a series of teachings, prophecies and deliverances.
The Maravi Post is reliably informed that the Australia’s visit is part of the global tours the Prophet is making of spreading the gospel to every part of the world.
The Man of God, popularly known as “Major 1”, was recently in Nicaragua, Cameroon and Nigeria for preaching and charity.
During a three day crusade starting last Friday held in the city of Sydney, people of different races, coming from various parts of Australia trooped to the city to have a fair share of an encounter with God through Prophet Bushiri.
The ECG—which has branches in all the six continents—said the successful crusade in Australia is only a manifestation of the growth of his church and, also, the demonstration that “We serve a God without boundaries”.
The Prophet told The Maravi Post that Australia gave an excellent reception for his tour that helped many souls turned to Christ.
During the trip, Bushiri also took time to visit the site where the first church and the first gospel were preached in Australia in 1793.
Major 1, who travelled with his two famous artists—
, said it was refreshing to note the reception from the people regarding the music from ECG.
“It was a great honor to preach in Australia and even much so, to lead so many souls to Christ. More importantly, our own Onesimus had a great performance. He was called for by the Australian community that I take him along. The musician is also loved here and it was amazing watching him on stage,” delighted Bushiri.
The Prophet has since left Sydney, Australia, for Dallas, USA, where he will be hosting a fundraising dinner for his church in US.
The Man of God, who has a 300,000 strong following in South Africa and growing numbers in Malawi and the USA, out-stretched hand to the Malawi’s needy children a week ago.
Prophet Bushiri has investments in farming, gold mining, oil wells, hotels, telecommunications, banks, and high learning institutions.
On several occasions he has provided timely financial and food support to Malawians and beyond in various sectors.