24 January 2017
Gospel musician Reverend Chivaviro says he is banking on his music success to spread the word of God across Southern Africa.
Chivaviro, who has been a preacher for the past two decades says part of his mission this year is to help his fans turn to God through his music.
The musician leads the Assemblies of Pentecostal Methodists (APM) founded in 2011 and has branches in Harare, Gweru, Kwekwe, Kadoma, Gokwe and Zhombe.
“I have always included sermons in most of my songs and that’s a sign that it drives my message home, this year I want to dwell more on another side of me that God has bestowed on me.
“I will be more of a preacher, a teacher, delivering souls and healing the sick so that my music and ministry will grow in the Southern Africa base in the next five years,” said Chivaviro.
He said his first stop will be in Bulawayo.
“We have organised an open night of worship, grace and manifestation of God’s power at Bulawayo’s Gold Medal Building this Friday and its open to all our fans and those facing problems in their lives.
“It’s going to be a night full of the grace of God and we want to make sure we plant our seed in the City of Kings and Queens,”
The Ebenezer hit maker will also take the opportunity to celebrate his birthday with the same audience.
“We have packaged our events well for the same audience, we will sing for them, preacher and deliver them and lastly celebrate my birthday with the Matebeleland people.
“We are looking forward to a full house and inviting everyone to attend,”
Away from his ministerial work, Chivaviro is doing well with his latest release titled Mhepo Inoperekedza.
Last year he managed to belt three awards for the hit collaboration Ebenezer.
Recently he launched another collaborated video titled Maranatha and it is receiving rave reviews on local airwaves