ZAOGA church founder Ezekiel Guti has died


Archbishop Ezekiel Guti Dies

ZIMBABWE Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA) church founder Ezekiel Guti has died.

He was 100 years old.

The ZAOGA National Executive Chairman, Apostle Joe Guti, officially announced the passing of Ezekiel Guti on the church’s television channel, Ezekiel TV Channel.

Although the exact details surrounding his death remain unclear, social media is currently flooded with an outpouring of condolences from individuals expressing their grief.

Who Was Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti?
Ezekiel Guti was revered both as an accomplished academic and a religious leader.

He established the renowned Forward in Faith International Ministries, which expanded its influence not only within Zimbabwe but also overseas.

Additionally, he held the esteemed positions of chancellor and founder at the Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University.

He was born on May 5, 1923. He hails from the Ngaone area in the town of Chipinge, located in the Manicaland Province of Zimbabwe.

He was married to Eunor Guti, who also holds a significant role as a religious leader within their church.

Guti’s impactful contributions extended beyond his ministries. He initiated the establishment of bible schools in various countries, including Zimbabwe, Ghana, Zambia, and Mozambique. Through these institutions, he trained over 4,000 pastors from more than 55 nations.

Moreover, Guti’s compassionate nature led him to establish various humanitarian initiatives. He founded the Forward in Faith Orphanage Center, providing care and support to vulnerable children.

Additionally, he established the F.I.F Children’s Ministry, F.I.F College and High School Ministry, Gracious Women’s Fellowship International, and the Husband’s Agape International Fellowship, all dedicated to nurturing and empowering individuals within their respective contexts.

Guti’s influence extended globally as he provided oversight to over five thousand pastors and evangelists worldwide.


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