Not only is Isaac Zulu the President, but he is pastor of the Tulumla Baptist Church, with a small congregation of 50 people. It is is situated in the Copper Belt, a huge mining province that brings much wealth to the Zambian people. He is married to Rose, and they have seven children.
He is also active in church planting and he was pleased to explain that Baptist work in evangelism has borne much fruit with 660 congregations within 19 Baptist Associations throughout the country. Every province is represented.
Evangelism, preaching and teaching are the focus areas for Baptist ministry throughout Zambia, despite the growing Muslim presence and the Roman Catholic Church is also present across the nation.
"The current focus on expansion in church planting is reaping the fruit of the Gospel of Jesus Christ," Isaac Zulu told Australian Missionary news IPTV anchorman Mark Tronson.
"I believe that the future of Baptist work in Zambia is very bright," Isaac continued, "Largely because the leadership is strong for evangelism and we believe in the people of Zambia to respond to the Gospel. This is an adventure in faith."
He further explained that the Zambian people know that the Baptists are a people of the Bible, that everything they preach is based from the Bible and their churches encourage people to read the Bible every day.
This Isaac Zulu video interview from the Australian Missionary News IPTV can be viewed at either tv.bushorchestra.com/BWC/videopages/isaac_zulu.html or www.safeworlds.net