By Sam Banda Jnr
The winds of writing books have engulfed the religious sector, with several ministers of God publishing books tackling various issues in order to bring about change and promote reading culture.
The latest minister on the radar of publishing books is Pastor Aubrey Mwasinga, a Senior Pastor with Raised For A Purpose Ministries (RFP), who has penned his eighth book titled Personal Investment for 360 Success.
Pastor Mwasinga is set to launch the book at Ryalls Hotel in Blantyre on April 8 before another launch on April 29 at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe.
Dubbed Executive Book launch and strictly by prior reservation, Mwasinga said the book unveils the three-fold investments (spiritual, intellectual and physical) that prepare and position an individual for repeatable, sustainable, ever-increasing and legendary 360 success in any endeavour.
Mwasinga said it has taken him close to three years and that he had to invest heavily in intensive research, reading, consultations and reflections among many commitments.
“I have used practical examples both from my experience as a pastor and leader of thousands, as well from my academic, professional and entrepreneurial experience gained in public, private and non-governmental organisation (NGO) sectors, public speaking, counselling and lecturing to write this ‘must-read’ book,” he said.
Mwasinga said the principles he is sharing in the book are not theoretical but rather it is practical wisdom he has gained over the years in various domains and what has worked for him and produced results.
“I have not only taught on these principles for years but have seen them produce results for me and many others, which is why I am now sharing on how they can be replicated, repeated and sustained for an all-round success,” he said.
Mwasinga said that the book was also special in that it was ideal for all kinds of people regardless of social, economic or academic background or status.
Ahead of the launch, Mwasinga said the book would be found in all leading bookstores in the country and that it would be accessible on Amazon for online purchases