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Forward in Faith International Ministries
ZAOGA Forward in Faith Ministries
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LocationZimbabwe
CountryZimbabwe
DenominationPentecostal
Websitehttp://www.fifmi.org
History
Former name(s)Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa
Founded12 May 1960 (1960-05-12)
Founder(s)Ezekiel Guti
Clergy
ArchbishopEzekiel Guti
Laity
Organ scholarZimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University

Forward In Faith International Ministries is one of the leading pentecostal denominations in Zimbabwe. The church is headquartered in Zimbabwe and has several assemblies locally and abroad (FIF International Ministries).

Formation

FIF International Ministries was formed by Ezekiel Guti in 1960 under a gum tree in the small town of Bindura in the Mashonaland Central Province of Zimbabwe. Since then, Guti embarked on a massive evangelisation crusade which saw him preaching in the places such as Mbare in the then Salisbury. A lot of people were converted and he began to set up organised church structures at different places.[1]

Growth

In 1963, Guti is said to have received a Divine word instructing him to seek education and prepare for his career as a minister.[1] Among other things, the church went on to establish its theological school which trains pastors and church leaders. The institution is called AMFCC Bible School. On the 15th of May in 2012, he church also managed to establish the first private owned university in the county, the Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University which is located in Bindura. The university has a special bias towards arts and humanities and also trains pastors in its Theology Department.[1]

Ministries

  • Men's Ministry
  • Women's Ministry
  • Youths for the Nations
  • EGEA
  • Blind and Sighted
  • Child Evangelism
  • Foreign Missions
  • Disabled.[1]
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Philanthropy

The Mbuya Docus Health Centre was established in 2012 as a community help project which falls under the church's corporate service branch. The health centre is equipped with a pharmacy and wards to cater for those who need special treatment.[1]

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References

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