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Glory Ministries is an international movement which was founded in 2001 by Apostle P. Sibiya, in Chitungwiza, Zengeza, the greater part of Harare, Zimbabwe. It is a global ministry with the vision of taking God's glory to the nations of the world.













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  • Chronicles Of Motherhood - 12 Lessons From Pastor Anna Sibiya - Love of the Common People (Part 1)

    Cassie Hilt, a contributor on the Huff Post Blog, defines Motherhood as “looking into your child’s eyes and seeing nothing but love”.


    When I came to Glory Ministries (www.glorymin.net); I was at the lowest point of my earthly adult life, with all the wheels of balance threatening to rip-off an otherwise promising future. I came straight into the hands of Bishop (Apostle) Pride Sibiya (www.pridesibiya.com) and Mother General (Pastor) Anna Tendayi Sibiya.

    Written By Tapiwa Zuze (www.tapiwazuze.com)

    The first herculean task for these servants of God was to convince me to regain my full confidence, self-esteem and trust in the Lord. They invited me and my wife Regina Tatenda Zuze (God bless her) to their homestead then; №14418 Zengeza 3 Extension, Chitungwiza. This was in June 2013; and the meeting took five hours (18:00–23:00 hours).
    Chronicles Of Motherhood - 12 Lessons From Pastor Anna Sibiya - Love of the Common People (Part 1)
    This day, I will always remember. It changed so many facets of my life and destiny.

    Mother General, as Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya is affectionately known in Glory Ministries’ circles (and even beyond); has wielded possibly the greatest influence in shaping and correcting my “internal fragile person”. This fragility dates back to my troubled childhood life; which ironically resonates with her own upbringing: A life of pioneering; a life of building family foundations; a life of marking footprints for successive generations to follow. It is a life that is very painful and given a choice one cannot choose that path.

    “I can see that sometimes when you are standing in front of people, that old person of yours; where you grew up under tough environments and circumstances; shows up without you even knowing it”, she jokingly narrated to me when we were doing a review meeting of the Business Service on March 10, 2019. Woooow is that so mom?? We have gone far further is discussions with my spiritual mother (more so when we do Mother-Son talk in private).

    She normally corrects me citing her own personal past mistakes in life. “I failed ABC in life because I had not dealt well with my XYZ past. However, I have since done MNO to correct the XYZ past anomalies”, such are her reference points when she is correcting me. With my spiritual mother, we have dealt directly, indirectly, jointly and partially on many assignments and facets over the years. We have done so both in her capacity as my spiritual mother and my assembly pastor.
    Chronicles Of Motherhood - 12 Lessons From Pastor Anna Sibiya - Love of the Common People (Part 1)
    Chronicles Of Motherhood - 12 Lessons From Pastor Anna Sibiya - Love of the Common People (Part 1)
    Having learned much on her chest over the years for spiritual motherly comfort, I have come to learn of so many things from her. And in this birthday-celebratory article, I have picked twelve of my top most life lessons that I have learnt through her exemplary life. They could be different from anybody depending on their relationship and proximity of access. But to me and my family, we can testify of these life-changing lessons.

    1. Love of the Common People: When I got closer to Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya, I was just an ordinary person in society. And over the years, I have seen her embrace “common people” in society, treating them with the utmost importance and relevance. This has made her an integral member of the “common people”. It’s very hard to pick Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya in the crowds. One of the stand-out images in my mind happened on 24 February 2019; when Glory Ministries (Bethel District) was celebrating its seventeenth anniversary through donating to Mawunganidze Children’s Home in Chitungwiza.

    My standout moment was when Mother General stood up holding a young baby girl named Ebenezer in her hands. This child’s infancy is littered with tears of pains of rejection and abandonment. “After hearing her story, I just fell in love with Ebenezer”, narrates Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya.
    This is a story for another day. On that day, the Mawunganidze family got the chance to experience first-hand motherly from Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya.

    Read more at www.tapiwazuze.com
  • How To Know God - Would You Like to Know God Personally?

    What does it take to begin a relationship with God? Devote yourself to unselfish religious deeds? Become a better person so that God will accept you?


    You may be surprised that none of those things will work. But God has made it very clear in the Bible how we can know Him.

    The following principles will explain how you can personally begin a relationship with God, right now, through Jesus Christ...:

    PRINCIPLE 1: 

    God loves you and offers a wonderful plan for your life.

    GOD'S LOVE: "God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life."

    GOD'S PLAN: [Christ speaking] “I came that they might have life, and might have it abundantly” [that it might be full and meaningful]. 2
    Why is it that most people are not experiencing the abundant life? Because...


    PRINCIPLE 2: 

    All of us sin and our sin has separated us from God.

    WE ARE SINFUL: “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” 3

    We were created to have fellowship with God; but, because of our stubborn self-will, we chose to go our own independent way, and fellowship with God was broken. This self-will, characterized by an attitude of active rebellion or passive indifference, is evidence of what the Bible calls sin.

    WE ARE SEPARATED: “The wages of sin is death” [spiritual separation from God]. 4

    This diagram illustrates that God is holy and people are sinful. A great gulf separates us. The arrows illustrate that we are continually trying to reach God and the abundant life through our own efforts, such as a good life, philosophy, or religion – but we inevitably fail.
    The third law explains the only way to bridge this gulf...


    PRINCIPLE 3: 

    Jesus Christ is God's only provision for our sin. Through Him we can know and experience God's love and plan for our life.

    HE DIED IN OUR PLACE: “God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” 5

    HE ROSE FROM THE DEAD: “Christ died for our sins...He was buried...He was raised on the third day, according to the Scriptures...He appeared to Peter, then to the twelve. After that He appeared to more than five hundred...” 6

    HE IS THE ONLY WAY TO GOD: “Jesus said to him, 'I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but through Me.'” 7

    This diagram illustrates that God has bridged the gulf which separates us from Him by sending His Son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross in our place to pay the penalty for our sins.

    It is not enough just to know these three principles...

    PRINCIPLE 4: 

    We must individually receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord; then we can know and experience God's love and plan for our lives.


    WE MUST RECEIVE CHRIST “As many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in His name.” 8

    WE RECEIVE CHRIST THROUGH FAITH: “By grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, that no one should boast.” 9

    When We Receive Christ, We Experience a New Birth

    WE RECEIVE CHRIST BY PERSONAL INVITATION: [Christ speaking] “Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if any one hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him.” 10

    Receiving Christ involves turning to God from self (repentance) and trusting Christ to come into our lives to forgive our sins and to make us what He wants us to be. Just to agree intellectually that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that He died on the cross for your sins is not enough. Nor is it enough to have an emotional experience. You receive Jesus Christ by faith, as an act of the will.

    You can receive Christ right now by faith through prayer.


    Prayer is talking to God. God knows your heart and is not so concerned with your words as He is with the attitude of your heart.

    The following is a suggested prayer. If this prayer expresses the desire of your heart, then you can pray this prayer right now and Christ will come into your life, as He promised.

    Lord Jesus, I need You. Thank You for dying on the cross for my sins. I open the door of my life and receive You as my Savior and Lord. Thank You for forgiving my sins and giving me eternal life. Take control of the throne of my life. Make me the kind of person You want me to be.
  • COME AS YOU ARE - Where Can I Find Glory Ministries - April 2019 Updated Information (Choose Your Location)

    Question: Hello Apostle Pride Sibiya and the Glory Ministries family - Can you please send me the list of Locations where I can find Glory Ministries Churches.

    Answer: Thank you so much for checking with us and our Glory Ministries Assemblies. Please feel free to connect with them every Sunday and any other services that they have during the week. 
    COME AS YOU ARE - Where Can I Find Glory Ministries - April 2019 Updated Information (Choose Your Location)

    Here are the service details that you requested:

    1. Glory Ministries - South Africa Krugersdorp

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: KCW Centre, 14 Market Street | Krugersdorp
    Time: 0900Hrs - 12:00Hrs
    Hosts: Elrichard and Ruvimbo Denhere
    Phone: 084 944 6011 | 074 383 1186

    2. Glory Ministries - Adullam Worship Centre (Zengeza 2 Area)

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Seke Mhuriimwe High School Zengeza 2, First Block Room 4
    Time: 0900Hrs – 1200Hrs
    Hosts: Pastors R. and M. Shayanewako
    Phone: 0775 205191 | 0773 749054 | 0776 190727

    3. Glory Ministries - Chakari Assembly

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Stand No. 1 Chakari (Along Chakari Kadoma Road)
    Time: 0900Hrs-1200Hrs
    Hosts: Pastors A. and T. Makumbi
    Phone: 0776 591731 | 0773 644014

    4. Glory Ministries - Chakari Kapundu Satelite Assembly

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Kapundu Compound Hall, Kapundu Chakari
    Time: 0900Hrs-1200Hrs
    Hosts: Deacons D. and P. Mkandla
    Phone: 0773 644014 | 0783 560538

    5. Glory Ministries - Domboshava Assembly


    Sunday Services details: 
    Venue: Mutake Primary School
    Time: 0900Hrs-1200Hrs
    Hosts: Overseers J. and T. Masiyenyama
    Phone: 0773751272 | 0771227826 | 0733132972

    6. Glory Ministries - Shamva Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: Mushambanyama Primary School (Grade 1 Block)
    Time: 1000Hrs -1300Hrs
    Host: Pastors T. and P. Chimunye
    Phone: 0773423468 | 0736246402

    7. Glory Ministries - Highfield Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: ZRP Highfield New Camp Cresch (Near Mastones)
    Time: 0900Hrs – 1200Hrs
    Host: Evangelist K Dhluni
    Phone: 0774328497 / 0714795695

    8. Glory Ministries - Southlea Park Assembly 


    Sunday Service Details:

    Venue: 6449 Southlea Park Offices. (Near Herentals College )
    Time: 0900Hrs -1200Hrs
    Host: Elder P. Pawandiwa
    Phone: 0713702210 | 0772922642

    9. Glory Ministries - Hopely Satellite Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:

    Venue: Ruvheneko College (Hopely Zone 6)
    Time: 1000Hrs – 1200Hrs
    Host: Deaconess Trish Phiri
    Phone: 0782209948 | 0783007216

    10. Glory Ministries - Rehoboth Worship Centre
    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Rehoboth School Along Chakanyuka Road, Adjacent Zengeza 3 Extension, Chitungwiza.
    Time: 0900Hrs-1200Hrs
    Hosts: Overseers M. and F. Zvimba
    Phone: 0772442829 | 0773871696

    11. Glory Ministries – Riverside Satellite Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:

    Venue: Number 1574 Riverside, (Location Opposite Glenview 7 Harare),
    Time: 0900Hrs-1200Hrs
    Hosts: Pastors S. and E. Chibi
    Phone: 0772709105 | 0772843275

    12. Glory Ministries - Mainway Worship Centre

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: Nyanhongo Primary School, at Big Shade.
    Time: 9:00Hrs - 12:00Hrs
    Host: Dp's T. and P. Namane
    Phone: 0772319024 | 0771416695

    13. Glory Ministries - Msasa Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: Msasa Police Camp – Church Hall
    Time:15:00Hrs - 17:00Hrs
    Host: Dps. J. and H. Mwedzi
    Phone: 0712324349/ 0772592980

    COME AS YOU ARE - Where Can I Find Glory Ministries - April 2019 Updated Information (Choose Your Location)

    14. Glory Ministries - Eyre Court Satellite Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: Eyrecourt Primary School
    Time: 0900Hrs -1200Hrs
    Hosts: Deacon Raymond Mukaro
    Phone: 0775650484

    15. Glory Ministries – Odzi Assembly 

    Sunday Services Details:

    Venue: Odzi Primary School Room 1
    Time: 0900Hrs -1200Hrs
    Hosts: Pastors A. and H. Njagu
    Phone: 0773498491/0773850619

    16. Glory Ministries – Arda Satellite


    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Tafadzwa Primary School Near paMashedhi Stoneridge
    Time: 0900Hrs-1200Hrs
    Hosts: Elders Z. and S. Gandiwa
    Phone: 0772965389 | 0779877047

    17. Glory Ministries - Bindura Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: 1270 Bath Road, Shashi, Bindura
    Time: 09:00Hrs - 12:00Hrs
    Host: Dp A. and T. Musakwa
    Phone: 0773300235 | 0772882879

    18. Glory Ministries - Harare Inner City Worship Centre

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: Grafton Building, Upper Floor, 28 Park Street, Behind Jameson Hotel, Harare
    Time: 0900Hrs – 1200Hrs
    Host: Overseer B. and R. Madziro
    Phone: 0773 819 942 | 0779 037 972

    19. Glory Ministries - Vhera Assembly

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Vhera (Near Masona In Seke Communal Lands)
    Time: 0900Hrs-1200Hrs
    Host: Pastor M. Daka
    Phone: 0777077428 | 0783393440 | 0776095222

    20. Glory Ministries – Marondera Ten Miles Assembly

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Ten Miles Workshop
    Time: 1000hrs-1300hrs
    Hosts: Pastors J. and G. Masiyenyama
    Phone: 0773069395 | 0773523112 | 0714061546 | 0713241497

    21. Glory Ministries – Adullam Satellite

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: 18 Gondo, Zengeza 2, Chitungwiza.
    Time: 0900-1200hrs
    Hosts: Deaconess S. Chinhire
    Phone: 0777165481

    22. Glory Ministries - Eastview Assembly

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Number 99 Phase 10 (Near Dam)
    Time: 0900Hrs -1200Hrs
    Hosts: Pastors Gibson and Primrose Chibika
    Phone: 0773 833 689 | 0775 414 129 | 0771 870 197

    23. Glory Ministries - Port Elizabeth Assembly

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Phakama Primary School, Ngcondela Street Kwazakhele
    Time: 0900Hrs -1200Hrs
    Hosts: Pastors M. and P. Mabota
    Phone: 073 156 4843 and 063 204 2218

    24. Glory Ministries - Norton Satellite Assembly

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Vimbai High School Norton, (Behind Katanga Shops), Room 17
    Time: 0900Hrs -1200Hrs
    Hosts: Pastors A, and M. Mandidzinga
    Phone: 0772109853 | 0777804770

    25. Glory Ministries – Zoe Worship Centre (Zengeza 1 and Zengeza 2 Area)

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Glory Gardens, Along Ingwe Drive, Zengeza 2 (Opposite Mubaiwa Hotel)
    Time: 0900Hrs -1200Hrs
    Hosts: Reverend O. and Pastor A. Patsika
    Phone: +263 77 282 1490 | +263 77 469 5763

    26. Glory Ministries – Bethel Worship Centre (Zengeza  3/5 Ext Area; Old Zengeza 5)

    Sunday Services Details:
    Venue: Glory Church Stand, 19261 Zengeza 5 Ext, Chitungwiza (Opposite Ramp Service Station)
    Time: 0730Hrs - 0830Hrs (Business Service); 0900 -1200Hrs (Main Service)
    Hosts: Bishop Apostle P. and A. Sibiya
    Phone: +263 77 324 2721 | +263 71 924 2741

    27. Glory Ministries - Rusape Satelite Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: Flame-lily Pre-School NE Vengere, Rusape.
    Time: 0830Hrs -1030Hrs
    Hosts: Pastor S. Mkorekwa.
    Phone: 0778982463 | 0718358316

    28. Glory Ministries - Bethel Satellite

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: Big Shade (Next To K.C) St. Marys
    Time: 0900Hrs -1130Hrs
    Host: Pastor A.T. Sibiya
    Phone: 0773 771 447

    29. Glory Ministries - Strand Assembly (Capetown)

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: Nomzamo Primary School, Onverwagt and Simon Road, Nomzamo, Strand, Capetown.
    Time: 0900Hrs - 1300Hrs
    Hosts: Prophets B. and R. Mundopa
    Phone: 078 480 8861, 073 995 1519, 063 137 6218 (South African Numbers)

    30. Glory Ministries - Delft Assembly

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: 48 Stamperhout Street, Delft, Capetown.
    Time: 1300Hrs-1500Hrs
    Hosts: Pastors E. Karuma and X. Karuma
    Phone: 081 048 5594 081 273 5592

    31. Vredenburg Assembly

    Venue: Big Shade, Vredenburg
    Time: 0900Hrs -1200Hrs 
    Hosts: Pastors J. and M. Chabveka
    Phone: 073 012 0605



    32. Glory Ministries - Johannesburg Worship Centre

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: SEDCO College, Corner Pritchard and Mooi Street , Johannesburg
    Time: 900Hrs - 1200Hrs
    Hosts: Pastor Gilbert and Dorica Makore
    Contacts: +27 78 751 6064

    33. Glory Ministries - Rustenburg Worship Centre

    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: NG KERK,Old School, Redirile Location, Derby 0347, North West
    Time: 1300Hrs - 1600Hrs
    Hosts: Pastor Innocent and Acqueline Mugwagwa
    Contacts: +27737231077 and +27625882248


    34. Glory Ministries - Mamelodi Worship Centre     
    Sunday Service Details:
    Venue: SOMISANANG Primary School, Mamelodi East Ext., 16 Mamelodi, Pretoria
    Time:
    900Hrs -12:00Hrs
    Hosts: Assembly Heads - Mr .S.and Mrs. P. Horomba
    Whatsup or Call: 0813678239 | 0745794857

    Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. Hebrews 10:25

    We are looking foward to fellowship with you.

    Please remember to visit us on www.pridesibiya.com and www.glorymin.net

    For More Information About Glory Ministries Locations Feel Free To Call: +263 77 809 6668 (Overseer M. Zvimba)
  • Glory Ministries Women Launches #UndergarmentAppeal

    Harare – Glory Ministries Women’s Fellowship has launched an initiative to collect undergarment for women affected by Cyclone Idai.


    The #undergarmentappeal is meant to assist victims of the ravaging storm, which has left many homes flattened, schools closed – and more than 300 confirmed dead, needing humanitarian assistance.

    In such dire situations, women often suffer the most, lacking basics such as sanitary pads, food and other essentials to kick start their affected lives.

    Urging women to participate the organiser, Tariro Masaraure said, “It is important for us as women and girls to collectively run a campaign #undergarmentappeal to benefit our fellow women and girls in Manicaland.
    “Alongside other essentials, including food, water, shelter and medication, undergarments may not be enough for the affected female population in this area while it is a basic need.”

    Shocking reports say young girls and women in Zimbabwe opt for weeds, leaves and cow dung in place of sanitary pads during their monthly periods, comprising their health.

    “In this sad and hard times, let us bring pants and bras to our fellowship leaders at assembly level by 31 March 2019, and ensure that our women and girls are walking feeling safe, secure and with dignity,” Masaraure added.

    Glory Ministries is a church established in 2001 by Apostle Pride Sibiya in Chitungwiza, now with assemblies in four nations.
    Glory Ministries Women Launches #UndergarmentAppeal


  • The 7 Characteristics Of An Eagle And Why They Are Lessons For Good Leadership

    1. Eagles Have Vision: If you ever happen to see an eagle sitting high above the tree or cliff of a stiff mountain, watch closely and see how attentive the bird is.

    The body sits still and the head will be tilted side to side to observe what is happening below, around and above it. Even if its flying close by, you can observe how keen its eyes are looking for its prey. Eagles have a keen vision. Their eyes are specially designed for long distance focus and clarity. They can spot another eagle soaring from 50 miles away.

    Does this characteristic ring a bell in your mind? I am sure it does. Look at great leaders of this world who have come and gone. There are many great leaders that came and went but one characteristic that is common in all is "Vision". Vision is a successful leadership characteristic

    Take Abraham Lincoln for example. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, guided his country through the most devastating experience in its national history, the Civil War. He had a vision, to save the union and free the slaves. He is considered by many historians to have been the greatest American president.

    You must have a vision that guides and leads your team towards the organizations or societal goals. The vision must be big and focused. A big, focused vision will produce big results.

    2. Eagles are fearless: An eagle will never surrender to the size or strength of its prey. It will always give the fight to win its prey or regain its territory.

    Try and watch the video on how the Golden Eagle displays remarkable hunting strategy, preying on goats much larger than itself by throwing them off the cliff face.

    No matter what the size of that person or what weapon they may be holding, you would attack them without thought or regard for yourself. It wouldn’t even dawn on you to be afraid because your instinct is to protect that which you love and cherish.

    Successful leaders are fearless. They face problems head-on.

    3. Eagles are Tenacious: Watch an eagle when a storm comes. When other birds fly away from the storm with fear, an eagle spreads its mighty wings and uses the current to soar to greater heights. The eagle takes advantage of the very storm that lesser birds fear and head for cover.

    Challenges in the life of a leader are many. These are the storm we must face as leaders to rise to greater heights. Like an eagle, a leader can only rise to greater heights if he takes up the challenges head on without running away from it. This is yet another leadership characteristic.

    4. Eagles are High Flyers: Eagles can fly up to an altitude of 10,000 feet, but they are able to swiftly land on the ground. At 10, 000 feet, you will never find another bird. If you find another bird, it has to be an eagle.
    The 7 Characteristics Of An Eagle And Why They Are Lessons For Good Leadership
    An eagle doesn't mingle around with the pigeons. It was Dr Myles Munroe who said that. Pigeons scavenge on the ground and grumble and complain all day long. Eagles are not. They fly and make less noise waiting for opportunities to strike their next prey or glide with the current of the storm.

    Great leaders are problem solvers. They don't complain like the pigeons do. They love to take challenges as the eagle does when the storm comes.

    5. Eagles Never Eat Dead Meat: An eagle never eats dead meat. In other words, an eagle does not scavenge. It only eats the meat from the prey it kills itself. Eagles eat raw and fresh meat What a great act of true leadership.

    A true leader spends time with people who are vibrant and liberal in thinking. You have to be with people who can think, make informed decisions and take actions. These are the people who bring changes to society. They are lively and active people. Go out and look for them.

    According to Tony Buzan, a proponent of the techniques of Mind Mapping and mental literacy, these type of people are called change thinkers and change makers.

    There is a saying that goes like this: "People you hang around with and the books you read eventually determines the person you become."

    6. Eagles posses Vitality: Eagles are full of life and are visionary but they find time to look back at their life and re-energize themselves. This happens at about the age of 30. What happens is that when the Eagles reach the age of 30, their physical body condition deteriorates fast making it difficult for them to survive.

    What is really interesting is that the eagle never gives up living, instead it retreats to a mountaintop and over a five-month period goes through a metamorphosis. It knocks off its own beak by banging it against a rock, plucks out its talons and then feathers. Each stage produces a re-growth of the removed body parts, allowing the eagle to live for another 30 - 40 years.

    There are times in your life as a leader that you must look back and take stock of your life. The good and the bad experiences you have been through as a leader. Are you keeping in trend with the current knowledge trend? Do you need to improve your certain areas in your life as a leader?

    Great leaders are the ones that always do "check and balance" of their personal and professional lives and make an effort to learn things every day.

    7. Eagles Nurture their younger ones: Believe this or not. Eagles are known for their aggression. They are absolutely ferocious aren't they? Anyone who doesn't have total knowledge of this great bird will say yes. What is more astonishing with this bird is their ability to nurture their young ones. Research has shown that no member of the bird family is more gentle and attentive to its young ones than the eagles.

    This is how it happens. When the mother eagle sees that time has come for it to teach the eaglets to fly, she gathers an eaglet onto her back, and spreading her wings, flies high. Suddenly she swoops out from under the eaglet and allows it to fall. As it falls, it gradually learns what its wings are for until the mother catches it once again. The process is repeated. If the young is slow to learn or cowardly, she returns it to the nest and begins to tear it apart, until there is nothing left for the eaglet to cling to. Then she nudges him off the cliff.

    True leaders are not bosses. They grow with their people. They strive to make individuals in the organization or society grow to their full ability. They teach and guide just like the mother eagle does. They never stop giving challenges but never-give-up empowering and directing.

    Note: If you learnt something from this article, let me know by commenting in the comments section below.
  • Glory Ministries Anniversary In Pictures (Chitungwiza Chapter) - 18 Years Of Ministries In 2019 (Part 3)

    Glory Ministries Anniversary In Pictures (Chitungwiza Chapter) - 18 Years Of Ministries In 2019 (Part 3)





































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