Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) global leader, Pastor Ted Wilson, has commended the work that the church’s faithful are doing in Malawi.
Wilson made the remarks on Sunday when he wound up his three-day visit to the country at Malamulo Mission in Thyolo District and Blantyre Adventist Hospital in Blantyre.
The SDA leader, who was accompanied by his wife, urged the Christians to continue serving people physically, spirituality and emotionally.
“Everyone should do something for Jesus. He is coming soon,” Wilson said when he addressed congregants at Malamulo SDA Church.
Later in that day at Blantyre Adventist Hospital, Wilson said: “Blantyre Adventist Hospital is a marvelous place that is carrying out the wonderful touch of Jesus, helping people physically, mentality, socially and spiritually. I am proud of the hospital and its staff.”
The hospital’s chief executive officer, Kirby Kasinja, said apart from offering paying medical services, the hospital will continue rendering free-of-charge medical services to selected needy Malawians.
Wilson was expected to leave the country Monday.
On Saturday, Wilson led a Big Sabbath service at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.