Danisa Ndlovu of Zimbabwe assumes MWC presidencyby Mennonite World Conference
In a special ceremony at the General Council session on July 11, outgoing president Nancy Heisey transferred the duties of Mennonite World Conference president to Danisa Ndlovu of Zimbabwe.
Heisey, of Harrisonburg, Va., gave Danisa a gavel that has been passed from president to president.
MWC President Danisa Ndlovu of Zimbabwe receives gavel from outgoing president Nancy Heisey. Photo provided by MWC.
Thijn Thijink–van der Vlugt of the Netherlands then led in a prayer for Danisa while members of the Executive Committee surrounded him.
Following the prayer, Danisa thanked the General Council for their support and love.
"I know the future is in God's hands," he said. "I pray we will continue to seek God’s will for the work of MWC."
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