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== Background ==
 
== Background ==
Ezekei Handinawangu Guti was born on 5 May in 1923 in an area called [[Ngaone]] in the small town of [[Chipinge]] in the [[Manicaland Province]] of Zimbabwe. He is married to [[Eunor Guti]] who is also a religious leader in the church with the title Prophetess.<ref name="profile engine">, [http://profileengine.com/groups/profile/433203546/ezekiel-handinawangu-guti Ezekiel Guti],''Profile Engine'', Retrieved:20 March 2015</ref> The couple has a child together, [[Ezekiel Junior Guti]] who is also an evangelist in their ministry.<ref name="villager">M. Tjimbundu, [http://www.thevillager.com.na/articles/118/Born-dead-now-giving-others-second-life-/ Born dead now giving others second life],''The Villager'', Published:11 August 2011, Retrieved:20 March 2015</ref>
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'''Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti''' was born on 5 May in 1923 in an area called [[Ngaone]] in the small town of [[Chipinge]] in the [[Manicaland Province]] of Zimbabwe. He is married to [[Eunor Guti]] who is also a religious leader in the church.<ref name="profile engine">, [http://profileengine.com/groups/profile/433203546/ezekiel-handinawangu-guti Ezekiel Guti],''Profile Engine'', Retrieved:20 March 2015</ref> The couple has a child together, [[Ezekiel Junior Guti]] who is also an evangelist in their ministry.<ref name="villager">M. Tjimbundu, [http://www.thevillager.com.na/articles/118/Born-dead-now-giving-others-second-life-/ Born dead now giving others second life],''The Villager'', Published:11 August 2011, Retrieved:20 March 2015</ref>
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== Academic Credentials ==
 
== Academic Credentials ==
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Between 1948 and 1949, Guti travelled to the then [[Salisbury]] (now Harare) where he met a man he had been shown in a dream who explained and baptised him. He started to speak in tongues.<ref name="realinfoznes"/>
 
Between 1948 and 1949, Guti travelled to the then [[Salisbury]] (now Harare) where he met a man he had been shown in a dream who explained and baptised him. He started to speak in tongues.<ref name="realinfoznes"/>
  
 
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He preached in [[Mbare]] but was to be chased from the church after getting extensive press coverage. In 1958, he ministered in [[Highfield]], in a church started by a South African pastor who had been chased from his own church. Guti too was later to be expelled from that pastor’s church as the leaders the pastor had left on his return to South Africa had not liked him.<ref name="realinfoznes"/>
He preached in [[Mbare]] but was to be chased from the church after getting extensive press coverage. In 1958, he ministered in [[Highfield]], in a church started by a South African pastor who had been chased from his own church. Pastor Guti too was later to be expelled from that pastor’s church as the leaders the pastor had left on his return to South Africa had not liked him.<ref name="realinfoznes"/>
 
 
 
  
 
The church is now a big empire, operating in 106 countries worldwide. It has diverse investments, including 120 dressmaking schools in Zimbabwe, bible schools, colleges and vocational training centres, hospitals and clinics, primary and secondary schools, and so many other properties in various countries.<ref name="realinfoznes"/>
 
The church is now a big empire, operating in 106 countries worldwide. It has diverse investments, including 120 dressmaking schools in Zimbabwe, bible schools, colleges and vocational training centres, hospitals and clinics, primary and secondary schools, and so many other properties in various countries.<ref name="realinfoznes"/>
  
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==Watch Videos==
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yjsa1eYbbo|400||Apostle Ezekiel Guti Improve yourself for others|frame|}}
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sguGofx5ijw|400||Sermon on True Prosperity|frame|}}
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjR4nSmx9zo|400||Message to Young Preachers|frame|}}
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VoipqFmato|400||Apostles Dr Ezekiel & Eunor Guti in Malaysia|frame|}}
  
 
In 2010, ZAOGA FIFMI celebrated its 50th anniversary, where Guti addressed a crowd of over 50,000 believers in Zimbabwe at the [[National Sports Stadium]] in [[Harare]].<ref name="ffmi">, [http://www.fifmi.org/content/archbishop-dr-eh-guti Archbishop Dr. EH Guti],''FFMI'', published:11 Jun 2011,retrieved:20m Mar 2015"</ref>
 
In 2010, ZAOGA FIFMI celebrated its 50th anniversary, where Guti addressed a crowd of over 50,000 believers in Zimbabwe at the [[National Sports Stadium]] in [[Harare]].<ref name="ffmi">, [http://www.fifmi.org/content/archbishop-dr-eh-guti Archbishop Dr. EH Guti],''FFMI'', published:11 Jun 2011,retrieved:20m Mar 2015"</ref>
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On the international arena, Guti has accepted invitations to preach and teach in several African nations, Europe, USA, Asia-Pacific countries, and the Bahamas. He has spoken in Bible schools, colleges, universities, and on Television and Radio programs.<ref name="ffmi"/>
 
On the international arena, Guti has accepted invitations to preach and teach in several African nations, Europe, USA, Asia-Pacific countries, and the Bahamas. He has spoken in Bible schools, colleges, universities, and on Television and Radio programs.<ref name="ffmi"/>
  
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== Success ==
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===Growth of the Church===
 
Guti has founded bible schools in Zimbabwe, Ghana, Zambia, and Mozambique where he has trained over 4,000 pastors from more than 55 nations.  He also founded the [[Forward in Faith Orphanage Center]], F.I.F Children's Ministry, F.I.F College and High School Ministry, Gracious Women's Fellowship International, along with the Husband's Agape International Fellowship.  He oversees over five thousand pastors and evangelists worldwide and is a great intercessor, a man of love and compassion, with a hunger to win souls to Jesus Christ.<ref name="ffmi"/>
 
Guti has founded bible schools in Zimbabwe, Ghana, Zambia, and Mozambique where he has trained over 4,000 pastors from more than 55 nations.  He also founded the [[Forward in Faith Orphanage Center]], F.I.F Children's Ministry, F.I.F College and High School Ministry, Gracious Women's Fellowship International, along with the Husband's Agape International Fellowship.  He oversees over five thousand pastors and evangelists worldwide and is a great intercessor, a man of love and compassion, with a hunger to win souls to Jesus Christ.<ref name="ffmi"/>
  
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== Philanthropy ==
 
== Philanthropy ==
Guti was behind the establshment of [[Mbuya Dorcas Health Centre]] in Zimbabwe. In December 2010, ZAOGA was granted a licence by the Zimbabwean government to set uu the [[Zimbabwe Eekiel Guti University]] in [[Bindura]] in [[Mashonaland Central Province]].<ref name="realinfoznes"/> He has also funded a number of children;s homes, orphanages, old people's homes, health service centres and academic institutions including ZEGU.  
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Guti was behind the establishment of [[Mbuya Dorcas Health Centre]] in Zimbabwe. In December 2010, ZAOGA was granted a licence by the Zimbabwean government to set uu the [[Zimbabwe Eekiel Guti University]] in [[Bindura]] in [[Mashonaland Central Province]].<ref name="realinfoznes"/> He has also funded a number of children;s homes, orphanages, old people's homes, health service centres and academic institutions including ZEGU.  
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==
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#Lessons from Life and Ministry
 
#Lessons from Life and Ministry
 
#Prayer of a Righteous Man.<ref name="fifm">, [http://www.fifmi.org/ FIFIM],''FIFIM'',retrieved:20 Mar 2015"</ref>
 
#Prayer of a Righteous Man.<ref name="fifm">, [http://www.fifmi.org/ FIFIM],''FIFIM'',retrieved:20 Mar 2015"</ref>
 
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#The History of ZAOGA FIF.
 
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#The Book of Remembrance
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#Human Beings Cannot Change Without Pressure
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#Maturity Which Comes by Knowing the Ways of God
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#New African Apostle
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#Foundations
* [[Walter Magaya]]
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#Two Ways of Knowing God
* [[Emmanuel Makandiwa]]
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#Effective Preaching that draws People to God
* [[Tudor Bismark]]
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#Church and Political Responsibility
* [[Uebert Angel]]
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#Principles of the Doctrine of Christ
* [[Tom Deuschle]]
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#Understanding your Angels
|}
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#Laws and Responsibilities of a Leader
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#Leaders Manual for Home fellowship groups or Cells
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#Defending your Blessings
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#Secret Wisdom in time of difficulty and the power of words
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#Why is it that Some Believe the Gospel and others Do not
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#Strategies for Saving marriages for this generation
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#Believers guide for Blessings
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#Pathway to Praise & Worship
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#Maturity, which comes by knowing the ways of God
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#My Yoke is easy
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#Charitable Deeds
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#Do you want to know what people expect when they come to church?
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#ZAOGA Sunday Morning Bible Study
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#So now I am an Elder what am I expected of?
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#ZAOGA Ushers Manual.<ref name="fif church">, [https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?id=126608620690508&story_fbid=425169387501095 Some of the books written by our father apostle E.H Guti:],''ZAOGA- FORWARD IN FAITH MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL'', published:3 May 2012,retrieved:23 Jun 2015"</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 11:41, 23 June 2015

Apostle

Ezekiel Guti
Ezekiel Guti, Forward in Faith International Ministries
Ezekiel Guti, Forward in Faith International Ministries
ChurchForward in Faith International Ministries
Personal details
Birth nameHandinawangu Guti
Born (1923-05-05) May 5, 1923 (age 97)
Ngaone, Chipinge
NationalityZimbabwean
DenominationChristianity
SpouseEunor Guti
ChildrenEzekiel Guti Jr
Occupation
  • Church Founder

Ezekiel Guti is a distinguished academic cum religious leader in Zimbabwe. He is the founder of the Forward in Faith International Ministries which has branches in Zimbabwe and abroad. He is also chancellor and founder of the Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University.

Background

Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti was born on 5 May in 1923 in an area called Ngaone in the small town of Chipinge in the Manicaland Province of Zimbabwe. He is married to Eunor Guti who is also a religious leader in the church.[1] The couple has a child together, Ezekiel Junior Guti who is also an evangelist in their ministry.[2]

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Academic Credentials

Guti holds a number of degrees from different academic institutions. He holds a Bachelor of Christian education and Doctorate from Northgate Graduate School, from Zoe College USA. He also has the following qualifications: BA; MA; D.D; D Min and PhD in Religion.[3]

Life as a Religious Leader

Between 1948 and 1949, Guti travelled to the then Salisbury (now Harare) where he met a man he had been shown in a dream who explained and baptised him. He started to speak in tongues.[3]

He preached in Mbare but was to be chased from the church after getting extensive press coverage. In 1958, he ministered in Highfield, in a church started by a South African pastor who had been chased from his own church. Guti too was later to be expelled from that pastor’s church as the leaders the pastor had left on his return to South Africa had not liked him.[3]

The church is now a big empire, operating in 106 countries worldwide. It has diverse investments, including 120 dressmaking schools in Zimbabwe, bible schools, colleges and vocational training centres, hospitals and clinics, primary and secondary schools, and so many other properties in various countries.[3]

Watch Videos

Apostle Ezekiel Guti Improve yourself for others
Sermon on True Prosperity
Message to Young Preachers
Apostles Dr Ezekiel & Eunor Guti in Malaysia

In 2010, ZAOGA FIFMI celebrated its 50th anniversary, where Guti addressed a crowd of over 50,000 believers in Zimbabwe at the National Sports Stadium in Harare.[4] The event was broadcast live on Ezekiel TV, a Christian television network broadcasting from South Africa, found by Guti and wife.[4]

On the international arena, Guti has accepted invitations to preach and teach in several African nations, Europe, USA, Asia-Pacific countries, and the Bahamas. He has spoken in Bible schools, colleges, universities, and on Television and Radio programs.[4]

Success

Growth of the Church

Guti has founded bible schools in Zimbabwe, Ghana, Zambia, and Mozambique where he has trained over 4,000 pastors from more than 55 nations. He also founded the Forward in Faith Orphanage Center, F.I.F Children's Ministry, F.I.F College and High School Ministry, Gracious Women's Fellowship International, along with the Husband's Agape International Fellowship. He oversees over five thousand pastors and evangelists worldwide and is a great intercessor, a man of love and compassion, with a hunger to win souls to Jesus Christ.[4]

Miracles

Guti is also well known for performing miracles, and in 2009, a prominent singer, visually impaired and former Jairosi Jiri Band member, David Mabvuramuti, who had only six per cent vision due to the hereditary illness retinitis pigmentosa, was able to see for the first time in his life after Guti prayed for him.[3]

Philanthropy

Guti was behind the establishment of Mbuya Dorcas Health Centre in Zimbabwe. In December 2010, ZAOGA was granted a licence by the Zimbabwean government to set uu the Zimbabwe Eekiel Guti University in Bindura in Mashonaland Central Province.[3] He has also funded a number of children;s homes, orphanages, old people's homes, health service centres and academic institutions including ZEGU.

Publications

Guti has written a number of books majoring on Christian life. Some of the publications are as follows;

  1. A Wise Man
  2. Lessons from Life and Ministry
  3. Prayer of a Righteous Man.[5]
  4. The History of ZAOGA FIF.
  5. The Book of Remembrance
  6. Human Beings Cannot Change Without Pressure
  7. Maturity Which Comes by Knowing the Ways of God
  8. New African Apostle
  9. Foundations
  10. Two Ways of Knowing God
  11. Effective Preaching that draws People to God
  12. Church and Political Responsibility
  13. Principles of the Doctrine of Christ
  14. Understanding your Angels
  15. Laws and Responsibilities of a Leader
  16. Leaders Manual for Home fellowship groups or Cells
  17. Defending your Blessings
  18. Secret Wisdom in time of difficulty and the power of words
  19. Why is it that Some Believe the Gospel and others Do not
  20. Strategies for Saving marriages for this generation
  21. Believers guide for Blessings
  22. Pathway to Praise & Worship
  23. Maturity, which comes by knowing the ways of God
  24. My Yoke is easy
  25. Charitable Deeds
  26. Do you want to know what people expect when they come to church?
  27. ZAOGA Sunday Morning Bible Study
  28. So now I am an Elder what am I expected of?
  29. ZAOGA Ushers Manual.[6]


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References

  1. , Ezekiel Guti,Profile Engine, Retrieved:20 March 2015
  2. M. Tjimbundu, Born dead now giving others second life,The Villager, Published:11 August 2011, Retrieved:20 March 2015
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 , Arch-Bishop Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti,Real Info Zones, retrieved:20 Mar 2015"
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 , Archbishop Dr. EH Guti,FFMI, published:11 Jun 2011,retrieved:20m Mar 2015"
  5. , FIFIM,FIFIM,retrieved:20 Mar 2015"
  6. , Some of the books written by our father apostle E.H Guti:,ZAOGA- FORWARD IN FAITH MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL, published:3 May 2012,retrieved:23 Jun 2015"