church.jpgZimbabweans have been challenged to be proactive and pray for peace and harmony to prevail in the country ahead of the general elections.

Various church leaders have called on Christians to set the agenda for reconciliation and trade recovery through devoted prayers for economic and political stability in the country.

This was said by Pastor Lovejoy Tirivepi, founder of the LEAD International Ministries at a prayer explosion held in Highfield, Harare, where various churches prayed for peace and economic recovery for Zimbabwe.

“Zimbabweans should devote into prayer and declare peaceful elections and the leadership of the country,” said Pastor Tirivepi.

The prayer explosion attracted Christians from around the world including Pastor Randy Campbell of the Mosaic House of Prayer in Texas, who said Zimbabwe is endowed with God given natural resources, hence the need for the church should set the agenda in the opening of avenues for partnerships with other countries.

“We wish Zimbabwe retains its position as the bread basket of Africa and the 21 days of prayer hopefully will open up the partnership with other nations,” he said.

The prayer explosion ran under the theme, ‘If my people, who are called by my Name, humble themselves and pray and seek my face…..I will heal their land.’