Prophet Shepherd Bushiri launches 6 books at glitzy Joburg event

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri launches 6 books at glitzy Joburg event

- Prophet Shepherd Bushiri hosted a book launch on Tuesday

- He launched 6 spiritual books in one go

- The preacher said he's writing more books, including one on youth self-discovery

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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri launched a total of six spiritual books in one go at a glitzy event in Kempton Park on Tuesday.

The leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church hosted hundreds of guests at the book launch held at Emperor's Palace, EWN reports.

According to a post on his Facebook page, the books focus on diverse topics such as prophecy, public speaking, and personal finance.

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Bushiri urged his followers to buy the books:

I believe that as you shall read through these books, your mind will be enlightened and the eyes of your spiritual understanding will be opened.

Briefly.co.za gathers that Bushiri is now the author of more than 30 books. He said he's writing two more books, one on youth self-discovery and the other on leadership and ethics.

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The self-styled evangelist said he'll launch the new books next year. Speaking of the one on self-discovery, he explained:

The book speaks about steps to follow in order to find yourself. Most people today are doing what they didn't plan to be. There are many who are still trying to discover themselves.

Bushiri said the newly launched books will be available for sale at all his ECG branches.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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