‘Resurrection’ pastor Lukau gets endorsement from SA churches

 South Africa– Alleluia Ministries International (AMI) pastor Alph Lukau who has been under the spotlight lately for the ‘resurrection’ miracle has been endorsed by a consolidation of South African church unions who threw their weight behind him.

Present at the event were pastors and bishops from 17 churches from SA and abroad who came to show their solidarity with Lukau who has been under fire from some section of religion critics.

South African Union of Churches leader Alfred Modise declared that Lukau was ‘untouchable’ and he vowed to defend him from negative elements bent on tarnishing his image and derail his mission to spread the gospel across Africa.

  Modise made the bold statement as he addressed close to 20 000 congregants who had filled the church in Sandton, South Africa last Sunday.

“Our mandate is to defend God’s church and we want to tell AMI and Pastor Lukau that you are untouchable. They can try you, but they will never succeed. We are prepared to use our intelligence to reach those who are tarnishing your name. We have a clear message for them, you touch God’s church, we will mess you up,” said Modise .

Lukau seems to have gotten over the testing ordeal and has been holding packed services where he has continued with preaching the word.