Pastor Lamech’s framework has been shaped by WordPartners training, specifically the role of God’s Word in preaching:
“The common style of preaching is just shouting and dancing, compelling the congregation to say ’Amen’ and ’Hallelujah’! This is an unbiblical framework. It is God’s Word that should cause the congregation to say ‘Amen’ and ‘Hallelujah’!”
This conviction has sparked a desire in Lamech and his group to train others—everyone needs to know this! These twenty pastors from Choma have trained over 125 pastors and an additional 500 elders and church leaders.
To this we can all say ‘Amen!’ and ‘Hallelujah’!
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