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'''Morgan Sengwayo''' was a [[Zimbabwe]]an religious figure and founder and president of the [[Apostolic Faith Church in Southern Africa]].
 
'''Morgan Sengwayo''' was a [[Zimbabwe]]an religious figure and founder and president of the [[Apostolic Faith Church in Southern Africa]].
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== Background ==
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He was born in a family of three. He did but he did not do well in school. Growing up, he became very sinful and began to indulge in immoral activities. He thus left for South Africa because he was embarrassed to meet his family which nurtured him in good ways.
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==Early Career as Lay Preacher ==
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In South Africa he became very ill and nearly died. A certain man form a certain church prayed for him and he recovered. He thus began to testify what God had done to him, thus he began preaching. He subsequently returned to [[Zimbabwe]] where he organized prayer meetings. His family decided to cast him out of the family home for the reason that he was disrupting  teachings of their church. They also accused him of praying too much. He then worked as a teacher for three years. He went to raise funds to undergo driver training  and he eventually became a lorry driver.<ref name="sengwayo"> M.J Sengwayo, [From the Bush to the Pulpit, An Autobiography of MJ Sengwayo],''M L Sengwayo'', retrieved:23 Jun 2015"</ref>
  
 
== Religious Career ==
 
== Religious Career ==
Sengwayo left the then [[Salisbury]] to start his religious ministry in [[Gweru]], in the [[Midlands Province]] of [[Zimbabwe]].  He began to preach in the area and later on moved to [[Bulawayo]] where established a church in the [[Pelandaba]] area.  The ministry was founded in 1955.<ref name="hatnews">, [http://hatnews.org/2009/11/04/the-founding-of-the-apostolic-faith-work-in-zimbabwe-and-its-growth-in-southern-africa/ The founding of the Apostolic Faith Work in Zimbabwe and its Growth in Southern Africa],''Hatnews'', published:4 Nov 2009, retrieved:15 Jun 2015"</ref>  
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Sengwayo left the then [[Salisbury]] to start his religious ministry in [[Gweru]], in the [[Midlands Province]] of [[Zimbabwe]].  He began to preach in the area and later on moved to [[Bulawayo]] where established a church in the [[Pelandaba]] area.  During he early days of his ministry, he used to travel from Gweru to Bulawayo on foot. He had visions and is believed to have several divine encounters along the way. The ministry was founded in 1955.<ref name="hatnews">, [http://hatnews.org/2009/11/04/the-founding-of-the-apostolic-faith-work-in-zimbabwe-and-its-growth-in-southern-africa/ The founding of the Apostolic Faith Work in Zimbabwe and its Growth in Southern Africa],''Hatnews'', published:4 Nov 2009, retrieved:15 Jun 2015"</ref>  
After his death in [[Freedom Sengwayo]] took over the reigns leading the church.  
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== Affiliation ==
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The church chose to affiliate themselves with the Apostolic Faith Mission with Headquarters in Portland, Oregon, USA.<ref name="sengwayo"/>
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==Success ==
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===Growth of the Church ===
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The church has more than 55 groups of born again Christians from South, Africa, Zambia, Botswana, Malawi, and Mozambique. After his death in [[Freedom Sengwayo]] took over the reigns leading the church.<ref name="sengwayo"/>
  
 
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Revision as of 07:04, 23 June 2015

Reverend

Morgan Sengwayo
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Morgan Sengwayo
ChurchApostolic Faith Church in Southern Africa
ArchdioceseZimbabwe
Installed1955
Term ended1981
SuccessorFreedom Sengwayo
Personal details
NationalityZimbabwean
DenominationChristian
ResidenceZimbabwe
OccupationReligious Leader

Morgan Sengwayo was a Zimbabwean religious figure and founder and president of the Apostolic Faith Church in Southern Africa.

Background

He was born in a family of three. He did but he did not do well in school. Growing up, he became very sinful and began to indulge in immoral activities. He thus left for South Africa because he was embarrassed to meet his family which nurtured him in good ways.

==Early Career as Lay Preacher ==

In South Africa he became very ill and nearly died. A certain man form a certain church prayed for him and he recovered. He thus began to testify what God had done to him, thus he began preaching. He subsequently returned to Zimbabwe where he organized prayer meetings. His family decided to cast him out of the family home for the reason that he was disrupting teachings of their church. They also accused him of praying too much. He then worked as a teacher for three years. He went to raise funds to undergo driver training and he eventually became a lorry driver.[1]

Religious Career

Sengwayo left the then Salisbury to start his religious ministry in Gweru, in the Midlands Province of Zimbabwe. He began to preach in the area and later on moved to Bulawayo where established a church in the Pelandaba area. During he early days of his ministry, he used to travel from Gweru to Bulawayo on foot. He had visions and is believed to have several divine encounters along the way. The ministry was founded in 1955.[2]

Affiliation

The church chose to affiliate themselves with the Apostolic Faith Mission with Headquarters in Portland, Oregon, USA.[1]

==Success ==
===Growth of the Church ===

The church has more than 55 groups of born again Christians from South, Africa, Zambia, Botswana, Malawi, and Mozambique. After his death in Freedom Sengwayo took over the reigns leading the church.[1]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 M.J Sengwayo, [From the Bush to the Pulpit, An Autobiography of MJ Sengwayo],M L Sengwayo, retrieved:23 Jun 2015"
  2. , The founding of the Apostolic Faith Work in Zimbabwe and its Growth in Southern Africa,Hatnews, published:4 Nov 2009, retrieved:15 Jun 2015"