THE UNSUNG STORIES OF AFRICAN HEROES OF FAITH

The Bible gives us a lot of historical evidence of men and women who did great they were people like us. People like Abraham ,Gideon , Moses, Samson, Rebecca ,Daniel,Elijah and they were man like us yet they did greater works they did. If we are to look in the bible they are labelled as ELDERS OF THE CHURCH,MAN OF FAITH. Hebrews11verse2-5,7-11 KJV ; 2 For by it the elders obtained a good report.3 Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.4 By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent sacrifice than Cain, by which he obtained witness that he was righteous, God testifying of his gifts: and by it he being dead yet speaketh.5 By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God.7 By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith. 8 By faith Abraham, when he was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, obeyed; and he went out, not knowing whither he went. 9 By faith he sojourned in the land of promise, as in a strange country, dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs with him of the same promise:10 For he looked for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God.11 Through faith also Sara herself received strength to conceive seed, and was delivered of a child when she was past age, because she judged him faithful who had promised.

There is an African proverb that is dear to my heart. It says ,”What an elder sees seating a young man cannot see even if he climbs the tallest tree or mountain.” Another African proverb in Ndebele langauge says ,”Indlela ibuzwa kwabaphambili ( Don’t hesitate to ask the elders no matter your qualifications they once walked the same path you are taking). There is wisdom and things to learn from those have gone ahead of us in ministry. We have unsung African heroes of faith who trail blazed the way for us modern preachers.We have the like of Apostle J.A Babalola , he was a man mightly used by God to ignite the fire of the first Christian revival in Nigeria in the nineteen thirties. Brother J.A. Babalola and his prayer team entered forbidden forests , silenced demons that demanded worship , paralysed deeply rooted ,anti gospel activities . Sometimes , beginning from the highest places they emptied hospitals by the healing power of the Lord Jesus Christ , rendered witch doctors jobless and started the first indigenous Holy Ghost filled church in Nigeria. My worry is that we don’t seem to know about the African Diaspora founding fathers of faith.They dug the foundation for us . It was hard to penetrate with the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ into four corners of Africa. Who remembers the likes of Rev. Nicholas Bhekinkosi Hepworth Bhengu was born on September 5, 1909 at Entumeni, KwaZulu-Natal. Known as “Manotsha”, “Papakho”, “uMkhulu” or “uKhehla” by his converts, he was the Founder of the Africa Back to God Crusade (Assemblies of God) in the 1950s. Bhengu was an evangelist, a teacher of the word, and a pastor. Through his ministry a very large congregation was built up in the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, and the rest of South Africa together with the neighboring countries. Bhengu emphasised holiness and the fear of God, among other things. He taught his church to be self-sustaining and he also encouraged material independence through hand work. Bhengu died in 1985. Richard Ngidi, was a giant of the Apostolic Faith Mission. He mentored and inspired many servants of God, the likes of Moruti Isaiah Tshukudu, Moruti Henry Diya, Moruti Ralekholela, Moruti Agrippa Khathide,Moruti Michael Kodisang and many more. NB! He walked mightily with God!.He was an evangelist populary known as miracle worker as he was mightly used on miracles and healing.

The list is endless the likes of Frank Chikane former associate of Renhard Bonke ,Andrew Watawunashe ,Morgan Sengwayo,Mwatha Samuel Kang’ethe ,Joe Kayo,Professor Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti is the founder of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA), a Pentecostal church founded on 12 May 1960. ZAOGA is also known internationally as Forward in Faith Ministries International (FIFMI) headquartered in Waterfalls, Harare, Zimbabwe.Dr Guti was born on May 5, 1923 in Ngaone, Chipinge, Manicaland Province, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). To date, the church has been established in over 125 nations, with over 2,000 churches in Southern Africa[citation needed]. Dr Guti has ministered for over 60 years and spoken in many different countries, colleges and universities. He has founded seven Bible colleges named Africa MultiNation For Christ College (AMFCC), with three in Zimbabwe, two in Mozambique, one in Zambia and one in Ghana. He has also founded various ministries including F.I.F. Children’s Home, Africa Christian Business Fellowship, and Gracious Women’s Fellowship.He has written over 69 books on his teachings. He is married to Eunor Guti, the first female Archbishop in Zimbabwe, who is gifted in healing, deliverance and evangelism, and consistently supports Dr Guti in preaching the Gospel of Christ to millions worldwide. Josiah Olufemi Akindayomi was the founder and first general overseer of what is today known as the Redeemed Christian Church of God. The church, today acclaimed as the fastest growing Pentecostal church in the world, started in 1947 as an independent prayer fellowship, the Glory of God Fellowship. This group blossomed into the Redeemed Christian Church of God in 1952. Josiah was born in 1909 into the Akindayomi family in Ondo State, Nigeria. From early childhood Josiah’s parents noticed unusual things about him. When he was sick, alledgedly his sickness, that usually defied traditional medecin-the most common treatment for sickness in those days-would abate and subsequently disappear once he was bathed with ordinary water. Josiah himself also had an inkling that he was different, for although he grew up in an environment where the worship of Ogun (the Yoruba divinity of iron and war) was prevalent, he was aware of the existence of a greater power and yearned to know the true God who created the earth and everyone in it. Apostle Peter Newman Anim, formerly known as Kwaku Anim Mensah (also known as Kwaku Manasseh) was born on 4 February 1890 to Mr. Simon Appiagyei and Madam Hannah Lartebea of Boso in the Volta Region of Ghana.The founder of Christ Apostolic Church . He was operating in the gifts of healing and all his teachings were about holiness and salvation. Benson Idawosa Born to non-Christian parents in a predominantly non-Christian community, he was rejected by his father, John, for being frail and sickly. He constantly had fainting spells as a child, and on one of his spells, his mother, Sarah, abandoned him at a rubbish heap presuming him dead. Hours later, he came to, and began wailing and was rescued by his mother. He grew up in a poor household. Like most of the surrounding houses, his family home was a mud house. This reality denied him access to education until he was fourteen years old, when he was able to attend school.As a youth, he got converted to Christianity by a certain Pastor Okpo, and joined his fledgling congregation as one of its first members. He was very active in evangelizing, seeing many come to Christianity. After experiencing a revelation from God calling him into ministry, he began to conduct outreaches from village to village, before establishing his church in a store in Benin City. By 1971, he had established churches all over Nigeria and Ghana. Known for his boldness, power and prosperity-based preaching, as well as an enormous faith in the supernatural, he was instrumental to the strong wave of revival in Christianity and marked conversions from animism that occurred between the 1970s and 1990s in Nigeria. He is regarded by Christians folks as the father of Pentecostalism in Nigeria, and was the founding President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN). Many prominent Nigerian pastors like Ayo Oritsejafor (former President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN)), David Oyedepo, Felix Omobude, Fred Addo, Bishop Mike Okonkwo and Chris Oyakhilome were his protégés.

They may look “old fashioned” to some people . However , there is a lot to learn from them. Never despise the rags of the old man. These elderly men and women of God have been pioneers. They paid the price,sacrificed and preached the gospel under very harsh conditions long before some of us were not born or born again.They were not motivated by fame or material gain. They were motivated to depopulate the dark world and making sure everyone will go to heaven . Help me to celebrate the founding fathers of faith in Africa. Your legacy will live till eternity.

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You Need Barrier Breaker Mindset.

You need a barrier breaker mindset. Sometimes situations can be so stubborn to the extend of accepting them as part of life. You are born to succeed. If others are making it in life . It’s a sign which shows that you will can make it. Your present situation should not determine your future .If you want to succeed in your life, remember this phrase: That past does not equal the future. Because you failed yesterday, or all day today, or a moment ago, or for the last six months, the last 16 years, or the last 50 years of your life, doesn’t mean anything . What you need is the stamina ? Stamina comes from hearing other people success stories? It will boost the zeal to focus. As you focus make sure barriers will not limit your imagination to your journey of success.Be prepared to be a barrier breaker . A barrier breaker is not limited by political,economical and geographical boundaries . He/She will utilize the minds /resources surrounding him/her. If you want to break the barrier don’t depend on negative information you are hearing . Let principles be your guidelines . Equip yourself with good and constructive information. Wisdom is the magnet to your desired goal. A barrier breaker will fight and never give up until he/she arrives to that destination .

As a barrier breaker understand this- “Life is one big road with lots of signs. So when you riding through the ruts, don’t complicate your mind. Flee from hate, mischief and jealousy. Don’t bury your thoughts, put your vision to reality. Wake Up and Live!” – Bob Marley . Don’t dilute your mind with negative thinking about your life . Fight that negative mind and have faith on yourself . Don’t build a web of evil imagination in your mindset . Think positive about who you are. You are born to succeed . Don’t let the background of your family foundation hinder you . Don’t let past mistakes be a stumbling block. Change the mindset now . Those were the things of the past .The future is in your hands. The most battle is in mindset . Renew your mindset and adjust in line with goals you want to achieve . Read the stories of the people who went through water and fire but at last they made it. The reading will boost the genes of staying power on your dreams.

A barrier breaker works on his/her character . He /she is an exemplary in his/her community.Everyone will admire to be like him/her in the neighborhood where they live . Don’t be mood but be someone of integrity . Being mood always can chase away your destiny helpers. You remain glued to where you going no matter the shaking of the matters of the life. Your character will never be altered .You will remain steadfast. Character is very important in decision making . As most people vet you through character .Your character can create a climb up/down fall. It’s always good to be on your best in terms of character. What have you lost because of anger and bad mouthing ? Some of you when you are angry you are uncontrollable .You will do like a locust which will break its all legs and it will be difficult for it to fly . As a barrier breaker remember the sober mind will cause to fly to your desired destiny.

You are a barrier breaker . You are destined for greatness

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Don’t Give Up On Your Dream? Dream Again.

Don’t give up on your dream. I say to you ;you destined for greatness. Why do you want to give up today after striving all the years ? Don’t let situation have the final say on your dream ? I encourage you to hear from people for guidelines but weigh them before implementation . It’s not every advice will built you. Some advices grab them . Tell the inner man in you that you destined for better tomorrow. There is no hero without a story. Testimonies are birthed from tests . For you to arrive to that place you need to be refined . The situations around you can act as refinery , preparing you for the next assignment ahead of you . Maybe it is helping you to become a person of integrity .

First write down the vision of your dream . Plan over your dream. What you want to achieve in so so time? Time planning is very important to dreamers. A wise dreamer will never close his/her eyes when dreaming . He /She remains focused whether storm hits him/her . What are stumbling blocks you are facing to achieve that goal? I know you gave yourself time that I would had achieved this and that at so and so time . Nothing is showing up . I encourage you to refresh a bit and after a while go back to the dream. The time of refreshing I call it the time of taking water. Just imagine it’s hot after taking shower you will feel refreshed. You are thirsty the time you will drink water you feel cool and refreshed . No matter how hungry you are the first thing you want its water before taking any meal . You are hungry to make your dream come to pass. First take water to refresh . The water time is the time you give to yourself not even imagining/concentrating on your dream.You shift your mindset to other things for certain period. After the break . Make a come back. You will be having new brains full of ideas and zeal on your dream. The new prescription of medicine to heal your dream will be birthed.

Staying on a thing and seems nothing is happening. It creates fatigue and makes someone to loose hope.I encourage you to go for the water time . Destiny is never built in one day but its process which needs patience and spirit of determination. All you need surround yourself with dreamers . You need people who speak positive of what you want to achieve.

Failure is optional but success is a must.You destined for greatness never give up . Continue climbing the mountain of your dream you will make it to the summit .Think all the years you invested in that dream then small obstacle broke your zeal/morale on your dream and you gave up. Retrace that dream . Being knocked once doesn’t mean you are out of the race.Gather the momentum and rediscover your goals. The Wright brothers took years observing birds flying and they discovered that the legs of birds are hollowed and this helped the Wright brothers to invent an aeroplane.

You are next to be a ground breaker. You will write a new story about your family , community and country for good . Dream again.

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Housing a basic right of every Zimbabwean citizen

The UN Habit Agenda defines housing as a basic human right which must be accorded to all regardless of gender,color,race,religion etc.The general definition of house is a building or dwelling in which people live.When one visits the area where the river makes its way near Mbare in Harare,Mazai river adjacent to Makokoba Bulawayo ,dust streets of Mtapa Gweru ,one is sure to find people with no hope of ever owning a house. Access for the poor to urban land and housing is one of the main challenges facing the policy makers in Zimbabwe . Housing shortages have been stalking Zimbabwe for many years now .The harsh economic situation that dogged our country.However ,escalating housing prices ,limited access to land,housing finances and land regulations which govern sub-division of land and low supply of subsidised housing has made it difficult for poor as well as middle class households to enter the formal housing market.

When its hard to access a house in Zimbabwe ; the residents of New Canaan Highfield at Mai Chaza and Geneva area are up in arms against Harare City Council whom they are accusing of trying to evict them from the houses they occupied since way back in 1970s because they don’t have title deeds. The issue if not properly handled by the Harare City Council in a holistic manner can end up political as the election fever begin to gain momentum. The tenants for staying in these houses for more than 40-50years ,they deserve the ownership without paying any cent to council.If council want to demolish these two roomed houses and claiming that they would build high risers. First they should provide decent houses for the residents. Yours truly is informed that already 3 tenants were evicted for non payment of rates which were amounting to $4000. Can rates of a two roomed house amount to $4000 in less than 5years? The residents have been given invitation letters by council to come to their district office on different dates starting today.The issue why now they want to evict them from these houses . Who is behind the motion of eviction ? Is it a political gambling but the main issue is on children and adults who had established the sense of belonging ; those two roomed houses is there security and only what they have. The City fathers of Harare be good stewards to your residents . Handle the issue with wisdom .

However, delivering a basic house on a serviced plot remains a complex process,riddled with planning approval delays and overly high infrastructure costs.In a green-field development ,the first step is to identify suitable land with easy access to economic opportunities and other social amenities.On completion of a basic feasibility study,the next step is to secure enviromental and planning approvals .Besides the cost factor ,this process is entangled in burauctic red -tape and can take several years to obtain.This long waiting period puts further financial burden on the developer and derails the entire development.Once the approvals are in place the next hurdle is financing the installation of land infrastracture such as roads,sewerage,water and electricity.Municipalities impose stringent and unrealistic infrastructure standards as conditions of approval.

The issue is on ward Councillors,Town Developing Department,Housing Director , heads in local government institutes because majority of them have a hand in red tape as they will award themselves land and give each other contracts of land developing. We have challenges of housing shortages in Bulawayo ,Harare ,Mutare ,Gweru and all towns in our country .Ask yourself if you are not a barrier of progress in land developing and access of land to the poor. Our government should have foreseen long time ago as our population is growing ,development was supposed to be taking place in line with growing population.

We need people of integrity and sober minds in the progress of land developing. Pasi nembavha , Phansi ngamasela (Down with red tape). Every Zimbabwean citizen nomatter color ,race ,religion and political affiliation has a basic right to own a house.

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A Dramatic increase in Street kids And Ladies Of The Night In Bulawayo CBD

Bulawayo CBD has become a haven of high drama as each night sees an increase in the number of children that abandon family life but instead opt for life in the streets . Not to be outdone ladies of the night are also in frantic efforts to cover all the streets. They cover the streets with  their naked bodies and not keeping their intention a secret.

This mixture of sex workers and street kids goes hand in hand with drug abuse ,heavy alcohol intake making street life a tremendous risk to both young men , women and children that bravely chilly weather to come and earn living in a seemingly illicit market. Street kids on their part rely mainly on cheap drugs such as glue and cigarette stubs.They feed on fast foods leftovers . They also indulge in begging for money and sympathy for passer byes. Tinashe 8 years old (not his real name )   ran away from home because his mother had chased away her husband and would introduce to him  a new father every week. The instability in the family unit forced most children out of the parental/guardian love. It is a burden to them to change the father every week. Mengezi (not his real name) is 9 years and his story is more sad. He was sniffing glue and was up to his neck with amnesia that his friend Gerald ( not his real name) kept answering for him. He came from Gokwe after loosing both parents to illnesses related to HIV and TB. Now being an orphaned and vulnerable child made all forms of abuse easier for everyone .They is suspicion that most of them are sexual abused as they seek livelihood options. Image may contain: 1 person, sitting, shoes and outdoor

The story doesn’t not end with street kids . I   heard an interesting story of men who slept at a bank queue , women of the night  were standing on every corner of the street . At around 2am the men on bank queue  were awakened by a loud scream. They saw this naked woman, not a succubus, she stood in front of them. She insisted she wanted to address them. They sat up. She simplified to them what short time was and  what long play was . She then told them how she charged for her services and accepting plastic money . This clearly divided the opinion of onlookers ,some with jeers of admiration others scoffing at her.

The most touching part is seemingly unstoppable moral decay yet the scenario presents a fascinating gender backlash where both sexes are competing for space at night looking for livelihood options and self expression. The question is how long are will able to carry this burden of behavior only seen mainly at night . Who will wake up  at night and engage this divergent behavior?  The issue is on what to put on the stomach. The government and its partners that include civil society organizations ,welfare bodies, churches and concerned individuals arem expected to make seeking a lasting solution to this a priority.

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USA EMBASSY IN ZIMBABWE INCLUSIVE YOUNG LEADERSHIP PROGRAMMES

The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education. Martin Luther said so . Malcom X once said,”Education is the passport of future ,for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”  In Zimbabwe , parents strive by all means to send their  children to school as way of investment into the future of their children. Education makes your mindset  and capacity of knowledge to increase. Knowledge is power. If you ask  children in Africa where do you want to go and do your higher learning education when you finish your High School . Definitely the answer will be  overseas and the topping nations its USA and Great Britain.These are their dream destinations.

The British Embassy has a facility /arm under the banner of British council which provides information about scholarships/studying in Universities and Colleges in UK. They have many centers around Zimbabwe . The USA Embassy is not left out in helping the less privileged students . They have a program  called USAP. The United States Student Achievers Program (USAP) is a higher education program for low-income young people. The program began in Zimbabwe in 1999 and now has centers in 13 countries/ more around the world: Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Latvia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mongolia, Nigeria, Serbia, South Africa, Uganda, the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe. Students showing potential to achieve in theory and practice and therefore becoming future leaders have become regular beneficiaries of USA Embassy scholarship and the economic disadvantaged are selected for the program. They study at colleges and universities in the United States and go on to graduate studies or work.  Since starting  in 1999  USAP had the aim of providing access to higher education for determined, bright, low-income youth, thus producing highly skilled and liberally-educated leaders for tomorrow’s Zimbabwe. They USA Embassy has opened  centers around Zimbabwe to discern information on how to study and information  in USA. One of the centers is  located at the NUST Technopark in central Bulawayo on Jason Moyo .These space is a state of the art center which provides educational advisory services for students interested in American universities and colleges, cultural programs, alumni programs, and information about the United States. It also host U.S. college fairs, innovative online courses, as well as public discussion seminars which enhances U.S.- Zimbabwe bilateral relations , they offer free internet and WiFi services almost in line with past global MDG goal number 8 on international partnerships and access to internet services . They have a welcoming Staff ,with sound public relations skills and ready to assist . The USA Embassy have a program called YALI , which is there to assist young Africans from 25 -35 years to boost them with leadership training , networking  and cross pollination of ideas in USA. The Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) is a signature effort to invest in the next generation of African leaders. The innovative programs is benefiting thousands of young Africans and these will lead to a positive impact in leadership transformation and development. This initiative is a first of its kind from Zimbabwe and other African countries.

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OPEN LETTER TO PROPHET MAGAYA

It all started in Nigeria when prophetical wave came on international radar . The church in Nigeria is one of the biggest foreign currency earners attributed to millions of foreign visitors seeking divine healing from some of the most famous prophets namely TB Joshua whose following transcends international destination. As the prophetical wave grew started to affect the continent and  Zimbabwe  was not left out. We have even our own Zimbabweans flying to seek the divine solution from man of God prophet TB Joshua and Prophet Walter Magaya is among the list. As the word of God in Genesis 1vs12 says ,” a seed shall produce after its kind.” From the time Magaya collided with the grace upon TB Joshua his ministry changed . From that time he started to do extra ordinary miracles ; the wave hit the nation , beyond borders and international community was not left out . The phenominon was so visible in the streets such that of every 5 people you meet will be talking about him. In such a wave the following for his church grew exponatioly such that the venues could not contain the swelling numbers who came seeking divine solution. As he grew famous certain public officials from civil and private society started to also track to his many meetings. That’s how the PHD Ministries got to be known and was established.

As the with modern day churches the issue of partnering with ministry and church oriented projects was never left behind with regards to PHD ministries they have housing scheme projects , agriculture oriented projects , mining just to mention the few. On philanthropical note he personall assists underprivilleged people through college bursaries , funding football , food distribution etc . The mandate of the church is to assist the less previleged , hence forth the activities that PHD came famous for points them fulfilling there mandate as a church organization.

Though the track record is commendable , it is with heavy heart that there is lack of consistence in that good will . It is disturbing that concerning some members of staff in particular that those who have been tireless in the building projects (state of the art hotel , Douglas Dale housing scheme Durawall ) have gone to 4-6months without being paid salaries . Such injustices doesn’t not  end with no salary only but any step asking for salaries  you  are threatened with dismissal. As we are speaking right now all construction workers at Douglas Dale housing scheme have been suspended with no salaries. Who is wrong there is it his aides/ he is not fully informed of what is happening on the ground? Only God knows the truth ,as the word of God says ,” the truth shall set us free.” You are a giver Prophet Magaya , you gave to Zimbabwe national soccer team (warriors) , many underprevilleged families ; in the same way do the same to your workers. Be a center of good corporate governance and be surrounded by generous assistants and close aides . A little house fly can spoil the well baked cake, iam tipping you man of cloth. I don’t hate you . I don’t know how God called you. I honor and respect you as a man of God and as one of us from Mhondoro Ngezi.

Keep on doing the good work as you feed the hungry, heal sick , give shelter to the homeless ,empower those that are disadvantaged but let us not forget when Jesus died he died that our Souls would not be damned to lake of Fire.The Mandate of Salvation is still the Centre of our walk with God. Let us take the opportunity of using these earthly service to lead people to be reconciled with our Heavenly Father.The Good News is still the same it has not changed what it seeks to accomplish. Let us not be distracted by the pursuits that will not serve the Mandate of Christ. What will Profit all that follow your Ministry if all they see and are attracted to are houses,cash,influence and they see your Ministry as fostering such focus.Remember the Bible speaking on Leadership being answerable to the one whom entrusted with His Flock.Tread carefully as Paul said Lest l be a Cast Away. The Word Preached undiluted is the Anchor of the House of God. We salute your commitment to serve but do so in line with Helping God Establish His Kingdom and not any other.Hero worshipping of Man is turtamount to idolatry and we know Our Father is a jelous Father.Songs of appreaciated in any set up but let the Glory go the rightful one. As a leader let that be clear lest the congregates celebrate the vessel and not the Potter. I didn’t say you are not a man of God or fight the anointing upon you sir is just observation of setting fundamentals as we are helping each other as children of God. Tomorow it will be me who need advice / clarity/ direction in line with what God says in his word that we are our brothers keeper.

Shalom Shalom

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