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I am passionate about God, my wife Ibirinade and our two children Elana and Moses; I love people particularly young people given my background in youth ministry, and I love to sing and worship. I believe that God is real and that He changes lives. I love his body the Church, and I believe that going to Church is cool, fun, and empowering. I want to see God transform Zimbabwe, and raise the next generation of passionate, innovative, creative, dynamic and God loving leaders whatever their age, ethnicity and background. I believe that the Church is the greatest agent of change and transformation in the world, and we can make a significant contribution and difference in the community God has planted us in.
I started attending KICC as a member of KICC The Open Door in England in January 2003, I will never forget it. My life has been totally transformed by this ministry and ignited a desire within me to see people’s life’s changed as they discover their true identity in Christ. I served as the Head of the Youth Ministry TNT (The Next Tomorrow) for the last 13 years before responding to the call of God to lead KICC Zimbabwe.

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