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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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  • Her Glory Conference Roars Into Action Today!

    Harare – With just a few hours to Her Glory Women’s Conference 2019, participates to the yearly meeting are optimistic.


    Organised under the theme: A Sanctified Life, it will kick-start on the 22nd of May in the CBD, with evening sessions scheduled for the first three days.

    With months of planning, the stage is finally set for congregates to receive what the Lord has prepared for them.

    “It is a gathering of women who want their spiritual lives uplifted, who want to live according to the will of God and experience His Glory by living a sanctified life,” the chairperson, Pastor Precious Namane said.
    Her Glory Conference Roars Into Action Today!
    Starting from 5pm in the evening, the conference will commence with an intercession, with the words being administered by Overseer Abigail Chinoruma. He fervent preaching and teaching has captured the attention of a variety of audience.

    Pastor Anatolia Patsika will assume the podium on Thursday, while Friday is reserved for the host, Pastor Anna Sibiya – and this will be a day not to miss, especially for those who need healing and prophecy in their lives.
    The fourth and final day will be a full session, commencing at 9am. Apostle Mavis Gurupira will deliver her message at midday – and this will surely be another usual wisdom and guidance-filled deliverance, she is celebrated for.

    At 7pm, Apostle Pride Sibiya will step on stage to conclude the event, with men also free to attend. And for you to get a convenient seat, be there on time and witness God in action.
  • The Spirits That Wreck Relationships, Apostle Pride Sibiya Shares!

    A few years ago a lady was brought to me. I asked what she wanted me to pray for and she said that she just needed a general prayer. As we laid hands she manifested male voices saying, “She is our wife, we will not go!”


    She did not know she had these spirits. But she knew that the way she entered and exited relationships was not normal. We prayed and the spirit hubby said it was responsible for the “sleep” whenever he wanted sex.

    Let’s look at the effects of spiritual spouses.
    The Spirits That Wreck Relationships, Apostle Pride Sibiya Shares!

    The Spirits That Wreck Relationships, Apostle Pride Sibiya Shares!
    The Spirits That Wreck Relationships, Apostle Pride Sibiya Shares!

    1. Rejection: No one wants to associate with you especially the people who are interested in marrying you. Many men and women ask for prayer for marriage and when I do so spirits manifest to declare they will never be married because they ward off would be suitors.

    Thank God for the blood of Jesus they are set free.

    2. Sickness and misfortune: I prayed for a lady who on the day she was to be married, the man did not show up. As she manifested the spirits said they had hit the guy and his mouth got disfigured.

    The relatives of the guy took him to a sangoma where he was told it was because of the lady he wanted to marry.
    3. Disputes: Some disputes in married couples arise because as the spouse is speaking to you, the person of the same sex with your spouse uses your mouth to speak back.

    Women behave like men to their husbands and men behave like they are women to their wives. A lady got married and while at their honeymoon the husband touched her. She – with a stern face – looked at him in rebuke saying, “How can a man touch another man, are you, homosexual?”

    4. Low sex drive: Usually people affected by this spirit have sexual problems because the spirits have sex with them and the time they want to sleep with their spouses their sexual strength is already gone.

    5. Looseness: Some spirits, in an attempt to destroy prospects of you finding a marriage partner, set loose your sexual instincts. Some become womanisers or prostitutes. I cannot remember any person from this class I prayed for and did not manifest.

    6. Extreme sexual dreams: I could spend days talking about the effects of these spirits but the big issues are your deliverance.

    Apostle Pride Sibiya is the founder of Glory Ministries
  • Deliverance Victory Night - Apostle Pride Sibiya Prepares To Invade Glen View

    Harare – Attention Glen View and its surroundings, your chance to receive total freedom has finally come?


    Do you suffer from demonic spirits that have rendered your life stagnant for long? Then this June, you are going to be saved from such limitations.

    After an epic deliverance session in Chitungwiza, the focus has now shifted to Harare, with other instalments to be held around the country, so make a date with your destiny.

    Apostle Pride Sibiya – a prolific servant of God who has delivered people from Satanism, spiritual spouses that stops you from enjoying your marriage or getting married – will be in your area for an epic Deliverance Victory Night.

    Deliverance testimonies were shared at the all-night attended by believers from various backgrounds, some who have followed the servant of God via his social media platforms. Miracles, as well as prophecies, have been shared through social media, which has become his virtual church, reaching the lives of millions of followers.

    Since his calling into the pastoral, he has declared war on afflicting and avenging spirits that have reversed lives, causing premature deaths, bareness and generational curses, tormenting innocent families.

    While some have sought to engage their tormentors through back to the sender, Apostle Sibiya has remained steadfast in preaching love, even under duress.

    “The battle is not fought with back to sender but it is fought with love. Hatred, anger and envy are languages of the devil – and for you to overcome the devil, you have to move away from his territory and operate in love,” maintains Apostle Sibiya.

    The Glen View chapter is a chance for a one-on-one encounter with the respected servant of God, who has preached on global podiums while overseeing almost 100 assemblies in four nations.

    Deliverance Victory Night Details:

    Date: 14 June 2019
    Venue: Glenview Hall, Corner Patrenda and Glenview Way, Makomva (Glenview 1)
    Time: 2100Hrs till morning
    Contacts: +263 77 780 4770 | +263 77 270 9105

     Deliverance Victory Night - Apostle Pride Sibiya Prepares To Invade Glen View

     Deliverance Victory Night - Apostle Pride Sibiya Prepares To Invade Glen View

     Deliverance Victory Night - Apostle Pride Sibiya Prepares To Invade Glen View

     Deliverance Victory Night - Apostle Pride Sibiya Prepares To Invade Glen View

  • Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo Shares Ten (10) Things Learnt From The Life Apostle Pride Sibiya

    My name is Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo, the leader of Faith Alive International Ministries (FAIM) – a church exerting much influence. 

    We are a ministry apostolic and prophetic in calling, and visionary in nature committed to boldly impacting millions for Christ in all spheres of life.

    But through my spiritual father, Apostle Pride Sibiya, I have learnt a lot of things – and continue to gain more through his exemplary leadership and vision. 

    Below are ten life lessons that I have learnt from him:


    1. Humble beginnings: We are told that on the first Sunday service of Glory Ministries Apostle Sibiya was by himself. The second Sunday service, the now international overseer for Glory Ministries came and became the second member of the ministry. Job 8v7 says: Though your beginning was small, yet your latter end would increase abundantly"

    Written By Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo

    This teaches us to appreciate our humble beginnings. Each and everyone has a story to tell where God has taken them from. Apostle Sibiya obeyed the voice of God by just starting with whatever little resources available. Many people would be discouraged to be part of a ministry with only one or two people at the beginning.

    Our God rewards faithfulness. Apostle Pride Sibiya, the founder and president of Glory Ministries now has over 100 assemblies in the SADC region. Dr Mensa Otabil once said, “Little seeds become great trees. Little steps lead to great destinations. Little ideas can open great opportunities. Don’t despise the little you have. Nurture it faithfully. Though your beginning may be small, your latter end will greatly increase”. 

    10 Things I Have Learnt From The Life Of My Spiritual Father Apostle P. Sibiya
    And we see this on our father.

    2. Love all: The Man called Apostle Pride Sibiya, loves everybody. I am amazed when I see him at times playing with little children and taking pictures with them. You see him after church posing for pictures with the worship team, ushers and hostess. To me, this teaches us that ministry is teamwork and team spirit. You can see Apostle Sibiya visiting people in their homes regardless it is a shack. People inside the church and outside are treated with dignity and respect. 

    His love for people and obedience have led many into the Kingdom of God

    3. Humility: 1 Peter 5:6 says: Humble yourself therefore under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time. Being humble does not mean that one is a weakling. The humility upon Apostle Sibiya is what is lacking in many servants of God and preachers today. Humble leaders everywhere help people feel purposeful, motivated and energized.

    4. Giving and sowing in the Kingdom of God: Proverbs 11:25 says A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed. Apostle Pride Sibiya has purposed to give his time, resources, expertise to glorify God. At one time he had sowed cars for the advancement of the kingdom of God. Not many church leaders are able to part with a car.
    Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo Shares Ten (10) Things Learnt From The Life Apostle Pride Sibiya
    Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo Shares Ten (10) Things Learnt From The Life Apostle Pride Sibiya 

    From his lifestyle of giving we have learnt the kingdom principle of sowing and reaping. What you sow is what you reap. If someone sow a banana tree they must not expect to reap plums. It’s vital to sow the right seeds always. Some of God's people try to increase illegally. If you don't put a seed in the ground, you don't have any rights to the harvest. ALL increase in the kingdom of God comes from sowing seeds.

    5. Use of technology: Apostle Pride Sibiya says we must "Use technology for the Glory of God". Some born again Christians say they cannot be on WhatsApp, Facebook or Twitter because it is evil. Christians should use technology as a way of preaching the gospel. Jesus said we are the light of the world so the Christians must shine by using technology to preach, encourage, rebuke, prepare the church for the work of the ministry and perfection for Christ's coming.

    Thus, today's church ministers must quickly adapt and use technology. He encourages his sons and daughters in the Lord to write on blogs, use WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to influence a larger audience.

    6. Integrity and morality teachings: 1 Chronicle 29:17 says I know, my God, that you test the heart, and are pleased with integrity. ...." Lack of integrity, lack of proper ministerial ethics and morality hinders the anointing and can cause one to fall and die young. Bishop Sibiya is an honest Christian leader who would not compromise his integrity for anything unethical. When he visited Port Elizabeth in 2017, he once remarked "musahura vakomana" meaning "don't commit adultery or sleep around".

    He teaches a lot about self-control. From his life, I have learnt that you can be great but simple, you can be influential but approachable. At times you can see him not wearing suit and tie, at times an African attire, thus perfecting his African identity.

    7. Honour: Exodus 20:12: "Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you." I honour and love this great servant of God as a father. He has taught me a lot about being a God-sent leader. Apostle Pride Sibiya has written a book about honour. 

    This is not a surprise as he himself lives and practices that. He has visited and honoured many servants of God in Zimbabwe and beyond.

    To honour means to show great respect, acknowledge and appreciate someone. He taught a great lesson to us about honour. He likened Honour to a seed. “If you plant honour, you will harvest honour" One of the ways is to honour authority in order to excise honour. When someone practices Honour, it will open the anointing and releases blessings in your long life.

    8. Prayer and fasting: James 5:16 says: The effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man, availeth much. Apostle Pride Sibiya is a man of prayer and fasting. Nowadays prayer is one of the most neglected spiritual disciplines in the lives of Christian leaders and the church. We know that prayer and fasting was not only a part of the lifestyle of many major leaders in the Scriptures but even in the life of Jesus Christ. When we live prayerful lives, it shows us our own dependence on God. This year l have been greatly challenged as this great servant of God went on 90days prayer and fasting.

    9. Marriage and family: In Psalm 127:1-2 God's word declares, If the Lord does not build the house, the work of the builders is useless; if the Lord does not protect the city, it does no good for the sentries to stand guard. Our God is the builder of marriages, families, businesses, careers, ministries, people's dreams, individual lives, nations and destinies, etc.

    Apostle Sibiya writes a lot on Facebook and other social media platforms about marriage, family lifelong a marriage set up when a man makes her wife happy he becomes happy too. Apostle Pride Sibiya believes that without strong families and churches the nation will be weak. These three institutions that were ordained by God are connected in transformation: the family, the Church and the nation.

    Each of these three institutions affects the others for example when there is a problem in a nation, families and churches are affected. He has been a prophetic voice for Zimbabwe with his message: There is hope for Zimbabwe, I have learnt that we have a special role to play. Let's help build the family, let's help build the church and let's help build the nation. If I want a better marriage I must be better myself if someone wants a better church, a better nation, we must all be better.

    10. Visionary: Proverbs 29:18 says Where there is no vision, the people perish. This is mind-blowing. I believe every Christian leader knows this by heart: Where there’s no vision people perish and l would like to add this: Where there is vision people flourish. 

    Visionary leadership is the key to organisational success.

    Apostle pride Sibiya is an exemplary and visionary church leader who has dedicated his life to planting churches all over and winning more souls into the kingdom of God. His messages are clear and understandable to the body of Christ.
    Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo Shares Ten (10) Things Learnt From The Life Apostle Pride Sibiya
    Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo Shares Ten (10) Things Learnt From The Life Apostle Pride Sibiya 

    About Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo

    Prophet Godfrey Dhliwayo is the founder and president of Faith Alive International Ministries (FAIM.) The ministry was started on 13 April 2014. Currently, the church has 18 assemblies in Zimbabwe and South Africa respectively.  Godfrey Dhliwayo was born on 2 December 1973 in Chipinge Zimbabwe. He is a holder of several diplomas including Leadership and Ministry, Accountancy, Credit Management and currently studying for a degree in Christian Entrepreneurship. He is married to a beautiful wife, Pastor Kerina Dhliwayo, affectionately called pastor Kay and the two are blessed with two children both boys: Godwin Tapfumiswa Dhliwayo  (17years) and Nokutenda Dhliwayo  (14 years)

    The headquarters of FAIM is in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. I am humbled to contribute a write up about my spiritual father, Apostle Pride Sibiya. Thank you Bishop Pride Sibiya. There is a bigger reason l met you and am your son. 

    Thank you Bishop P. Sibiya for being a father, whose voice l listen too.
  • Pastor Tatenda Mupini Share Ten (10) AMAZING Things Learnt From Apostle Pride Sibiya

    We sometimes face trials that are beyond our imagination – and we never know how to quench or share with. 

    But if you have a servant of God who has been through a lot, you are assured of wise advice that will take you places.

    1. God is your source: Feeling dejected and hopeless after I had been told at work that there was no vacancy for me after a two-year graduate leadership, my eyes were blurred with tears.

    Written By Pastor Tatenda Mupini

    I fumbled with my phone to make a call to my father, Apostle Pride Sibiya. After venting my frustration, he said these words which have become the foundation and premise of my faith: “That company is not your source, God is your source.”

    2. A father gives you a name, you don't name yourself: One day full of zeal and fasting for power and anointing we made our way to the mountains past 13 Choto where my father resided. We were determined to come down the mountain with one of the titles from the esteemed fivefold ministries.

    As we prayed, one amongst us said God has spoken that we must go back to 13 Choto – and we will get answers of what we were praying for. At home, our father was not even fasting yet God had furnished him with the identities we were fasting for.

    Being a father he just gave us our God-given identities. Then I learnt identity comes from God but through a father. God has given fathers the grace to release His preset destiny for their children.

    If you shun your father, you may die a vagabond, moving about but never realizing your God-given purpose. Fathers are just like midwives – the baby might be yours but they are responsible for the delivery.

    3. A father can release announce a season in one's life: In 2011, we were walking at our church stand, with no structure there was just an open space, casually my father then just said to me with a pat in the back, it's time you got to work in your mining field and bring back amounts of money to build.

    A few weeks later was called to work and we were building a wall around the church stand. In 2015 after having had over a year's break from work, in a service at the church stand in the middle of a message, he paused and pointed to me and said Tatenda, the door is closed but you are getting through without any open doors. A few weeks later, I was recalled back to my work with no interview and no job advert (No open door, yet got in!)

    4. Prayer is not a religion but a relationship: I had always felt intimidated when it came to prayer not naturally endowed with a hoarse voice or not that poetic and without many big words like omniscient, omnipresent etc in prayer. However, after watching my father pray, I learnt that prayer is a relationship, not a religion.

    There is a simplicity to how he prays birthed from a deep relationship with God through the fellowship of the Holy Spirit. He would teach, talk to God as you would to your father. Prayer is not big words nor a hoarse voice but being vulnerable before Him to the extent that nothing is too petty to mention before Him. He is your papa.

    5. Be diligent to develop and use your gift: As we sat to watch the late Dr Oliver Mtukudzi being interviewed in America, after the interview before Apostle and mama prayed for me and my wife he taught me. Oliver Mtukudzi was not educated but he was gifted.

    He diligently worked on his gift till it brought him before great people. He was given an honorary doctorate in music yet he never had a degree. You are both gifted and degreed, don't be lazy to develop your gift: teach and write.

    6. Fatherhood is nurturing not disciplining: Like the older brother of the Prodigal Son full of indignation, we watched our father over the years with love and open arms, taking back our fellow brothers and sisters who had turned prodigal.
    ‘It's a mistake he is making’, we would be thinking, feeling vindictive and retributive. ‘They should be punished and never allowed back into the fold’. One day I understood when he taught.

    “Never kill or abandon what God has put in your children, if they err, receive them back and nurture that God-given treasure in those earthen vessels. Most gifted children can be troublesome but never ignore what God has put in them.”

    7. On love: After a service at the City Centre Assembly, father quickly took a detour to Bakers Inn, and bought a doughnut and then taught me. “Son when you get married, whenever you go somewhere without your wife, always make it a point to bring her back something to show that whilst you were out there, she was on your mind ...”

    8. A leader must die first to bear fruit: Father teaches that no leader can expect fruit over things that they have not first died for. You can never expect the church to give sacrificially if you haven't died first in giving. He has demonstrated this so many times by being the first to give sacrificially before we have seen so many practising sacrificial giving for the advancement of the vision.

    9. On vision: “A vision is like a baby, in its early stages you need to nurture it and protect it and nourish it, after a while, it will grow and take care of you...,” he once taught us.

    10. Before you are a servant of God, you are a child of God: Being called a servant of God doesn't exonerate you from what is expected of you as a child of God. If you sin you still need to confess if you don't give and tithe you will die poor regardless of your calling.

    You still need to exercise forgiveness and also are required to have faith.
    Apostle Pride Sibiya Preaches On Possessing The Seven Mountains At Tiyambuke 2018
    Apostle Pride Sibiya Preaches On Possessing The Seven Mountains At Tiyambuke 2018
    Apostle Pride Sibiya Preaches On Possessing The Seven Mountains At Tiyambuke 2018
    Apostle Pride Sibiya Preaches On Possessing The Seven Mountains At Tiyambuke 2018



  • Pastor Daisy Muchenje BREAKS-DOWN Ten (10) Things Learnt From Apostle Pride Sibiya

    Apostle Pride Sibiya is a true man of God with the heart of a father. He has managed to change my life in a very positive way. 


    Apostle Sibiya, my father has taught me the following 10 things – and I hope you will learn something too.

    Written By Pastor Daisy Muchenje

    1. Humility: He is a humble servant of God, despite him being blessed in many aspects of life, be it spiritually, physically, financially and socially

    2. Balance between family and ministry: My family was suffering, I never gave them quality time with me. Had it not been for Apostle Sibiya maybe my family would be torn apart? Thank you, daddy, for the guidance.
    10 Things I Learnt From My Father Apostle Pride Sibiya with Pastor Daisy Muchenje
    3. Best marriage counsellor: Apostle Sibiya you healed my marriage. You helped me to behave and be the Proverbs 31:10 woman. I am still learning daily from you daddy. When it comes to marriage, he walks the talk. My family will always be grateful.

    4. Forgiveness: I realised that despite being a pastor who has gone through bible school, I had not forgiven fully. Father helped understand and I can never beat the devil in doing evil. He opened my eyes and showed me the peace that comes with forgiveness. I love you, papa, for I am now experiencing the peace of God. Now I know when I forgive I'm doing myself a favour.

    5. Being faithful in tithing: My father taught me that we tithe not because we have but because we love God.  He has taught me to honour God and be obedient to him.

    6. Learnt y from a true general of God: Whenever he sends an article on social media, I'm forced to read it by the inner man leading to more growth and wisdom. After reading the articles I feel like, I should go on, hence leading to study. Please, daddy, continue to write more.

    At one point I taught about spiritual spouse from his book How to Overcome Spiritual Spouses and deliverance took place. I am so grateful.

    7. Overcome poverty mentality: I used to pity myself too much and complain a lot. My bishop and father helped me realise the potential in me. Now I'm on my way to success. Through his teachings, I can now afford to send my two wonderful children to a private school and live debt free life.
    Apostle, I can now spoil myself by going to the gym. You helped me come out of poverty and your God has been faithful.

    8. Excellence: The man of God taught me to bring life and the best in everything small or big. The order in our ministry came from his teachings. We now try to make use of what we have and strive to reach a greater height

    9. Take care of the sheep: I love God's people and learnt to sacrifice for them. All this through the teaching of bishop Sibiya. He has taught me a good Shepherd and to lead by example. I am what I am because of you my Shepherd

    10. Live a sanctified life: I used to tolerate what I used to call small sins but through the teaching of Apostle Pride Sibiya, I am allowing Christ to be the leader of my life. I decrease as Christ in me to increase.

    Thank you, daddy, you lift.me up when I fall.
    May your God continue to strengthen you.
    10 Things I Learnt From My Father Apostle Pride Sibiya with Pastor Daisy Muchenje

    10 Things I Learnt From My Father Apostle Pride Sibiya with Pastor Daisy Muchenje

    10 Things I Learnt From My Father Apostle Pride Sibiya with Pastor Daisy Muchenje

    10 Things I Learnt From My Father Apostle Pride Sibiya with Pastor Daisy Muchenje













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