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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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  • Glenview Victory Deliverance Night with Apostle P. Sibiya (Transcript)

    Speaker: Apostle P. Sibiya
    Scripture: Judges 6:1-9

    I hate the devil and I hate poverty, I hate poverty more than I hate the devil.
    No more Midianites!

    Midianites were the sons of Abram and were related to the Israelites. Many of the curses that have come upon your life came from the people that are related to you. 


    It was in the land of Midian where Mores took a wife called Zipporah and they had a son. But now in the book of Judges we see the same people who used to fear God joining forces with the Moabites (those that do not fear God). 

    When they joined hands they hired a prophet to curse the Israelites. This is how the Midianites became the enemy of the Israelites, a house which once feared God has changed because of the devil. The Midianites became the enemies of the Israelites such that when the devil wanted to destroy the Israelites he used the Midianites to lure them into prostitution. 

    Having a small house is not a prestigious thing or a cause for celebration, again it is not because the devil loves you so much but that’s his means to cause destruction to your life. 

    When the children of Israel cried to God the bible says God said to them, kill the Midianites and do not spare them. The Midianites in this regard are not people but forces that have invaded your life to destroy it.
    Glenview Victory Deliverance Night with Apostle P. Sibiya (Transcript)

    Sin is not a good thing. Do not just enter a church to receive miracles and cars, but enter with the intention to receive Holiness. When the Israelites sinned against God, He gave them over to their enemies. When you sin against God even the things you used to overcome will begin to overcome you.

    Israel came to a point where they were tired of the wars around them, they cried to God for deliverance. When things get hard in your life do not turn to social media or other people but always turn to God. God heard their cry and He raised a deliverer, the servant of God or pastor in your life is an answer from God. When you cry to God his answer is always the birth of a servant of God. A servant of God is God’s answer to your prayer.

    In the case of the Israelites, God raised a Gideon. And in greeting, he said,” The Lord is with you oh man of valour” Gideon in response despised himself. God is speaking to someone tonight, someone who looks down upon themselves, someone who is in a situation where there is no hope, because it is in your weakness where the strength of God is reviewed. God has chosen to use the foolish things of this world to bring to nothing the wisdom of this world. 

    When God raised Gideon he ordered him to deal with the altars that were set by his fathers. You also have to deal with the altars that have been set in your life. 

    In families there are many altars that have been set, some still hold on to the traditional way of doing things like, brewing beer for the dead, praying and worshipping the dead. How can a dead man who died poor bring prosperity to you when he is dead? 
    Glenview Victory Deliverance Night with Apostle P. Sibiya (Transcript)
    Can a dead car pull a car in a good condition? In the same manner, the dead will never help those that are living. If you want to redeem your life certain altars must be broken, some dog-like characters should be left behind

    When Gideon was afraid, God made him hear a dream that his enemy had. Do not be afraid of anything because your enemy is having dreams that are causing terror to them. Sometimes the troubles that you are facing are because the devil is afraid of what God has shown him concerning you

    How Midianite Operate:

    1. They invade a country or your life. When they invade the act like they are one of you. You can identify them easily because when they invade them:

    2. Take your land.

    3. Ruin crops and not the seed, they allow you to plant, till and see the fruits but upon the Harvest time, they come and destroy the produce. They allow you to have a boyfriend\girlfriend and be in love but will never allow you to get married.

    4. They destroy sheep, cattle and donkeys, (Substance).

    How God will Destroy the Midianites:

    Isaiah 60:6

    Declare Isaiah 60; 6 and let it be your portion in Jesus’ mighty name!Glenview Victory Deliverance Night with Apostle P. Sibiya (Transcript)
  • Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!

    Harare – In the savannah grasslands of Chendambuya, a young boy drove his livestock for grazing. After years in the trade, he now identified with each animal individually. Actually, he had named most of them.


    Bantom (pronounced as Banitomu) – the family bull fronted the livestock, his giant head lifted with poise. His bellow echoed, awakening the sleeping mountains. Other local herd boys, cracked their whips fanatically towards the usual meeting place.

    Without prior warning, the bull took off at a high speed, aiming towards a lush green maize field. The herder knew had to act fast or face a backlash from the owner and parents. With limited options, he chased after the errant beast, snaking into the long grass, leaping protruding sharp rocks and yawning crevices, ignoring the danger it posed.

    Along the way, zvibayamhondoro (long thorns) percolated into his tiny feet. But the pain could wait for now. His mission was more important than that. Nicking a pebble from the river bed, he took aim at the animal with his catapult. And with calculated precision, the stone hit the intended bull’s horn, immediately changing its direction.
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    But the task was still not done. Weary, yet determined, he pursued it with his last energy reserves, with the now frothing bull slowing its pace. “Komu, komu – ndati komu Bantom (turn back  Bantom), he shrilled at a high voice, igniting a frenzy amongst his jeering peers. Now the bull relented to it's master’s command, strolling back towards the rest of the herd, ears lowered, and tail wagging – admitting defeat.

    Under a hissing tree, the exhausted herder worked on his bruised feet. Expertly, he picked remnants of thorns using another tougher thorn. Though painful, he was relieved. He had saved his father a heavy fine from the firm village headman if the bull had devoured the ripening maize. His colleagues gathered to console as well as commend his heroics. Soon, he was back to his daily herding chores.

    “I grew up herding my father’s livestock, spending my initial years in rural areas until I relocated into town. Back in the village, I was an experienced herder entrusted with my family’s wealth,” he reminisced with a grin of longing.

    Growing up, Michel Zvimba wanted to be a teacher. Then an economist – but never a pastor. But a death in the family changed everything. His dream was probable since he was brilliant in school. Becoming a pastor was the last thing on his mind, with the kind of lifestyle he was leading after school.

    “Growing up, I wanted to become a teacher but as I grew up wanted to be an economist. I never dreamt of being a pastor. I was involved in clubbing and beer drinking during my early twenties. The turning point was the death of my brother in Nov 2004. I just decided I needed to give my life to Christ,” mentioned, the now Chitungwiza Overseer.

    After turning to God, many people gave him a month to backslide. “I even lost a girlfriend at that time because she refused to join my newly-found faith. For many years family members were kind of sceptical but with the passage of time, they began to believe.”

    The year 2004, brought a total shift, when he gave his life to Christ through Apostle Pride Sibiya, after an invitation by his sister. Two years, later he was the worker of the year in church in 2006.

    Along the way, he served in various positions as treasurer, vice chair singles, elders and deacons’ member, assistant pastor, pastor – and now Chitungwiza Overseer and Secretary general of the highest decision-making board.
    Overseer Zvimba boldly states that he has a healthy relationship with his spiritual father, Apostle Sibiya. “I have a healthy relationship with my spiritual father. I'm what I am right now because of his teachings and guidance.

    “He has spoken to my life about many things which came to pass. He told me I was a man of God before I even knew. I urge people to seek for covering from spiritual fathers who are not far. You need someone you can visit, talk and rebuke you.”

    Though his herding days are long gone, he still possesses those instincts. He now shepherds souls. “I am a mentor. Have mentored some people about life and ministry. Some are pastors because of my mentorship.”

    His sermons radiate with authority and apparent determination. Here is a man who never surrenders to demonic strongholds nor challenges – just like his earlier days, earning himself the title: Anagkazo – meaning: to necessitate, compel, to drive or to constrain.

    Gifted in the areas of healing and deliverance, he says “the gifts have helped in the growth of the church. Usually, people follow where they see that their problems can be solved.” Using this gift, he planted one the fastest growing church in Glory Ministries, which grew from 15 members to 120 in a record seven months.

    A prayer of a faithful man brings forth fruits. After years of praying for the appropriate partner, he was blessed with one. And December 31, 2016, is a day filled with lasting memories for the Zimba family, he paid lobola. On 20 May 2017, he finally wedded his longtime girlfriend Finesse.

    The couple were later blessed with a daughter Ivanna.
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
    Anagkazo, Biazo, Anadea, Compel Them - The Story Of Michael Zvimba!
  • Apostle Shiloh Masenyama Shares The 20 Things He Has Learnt From The Life Of Apostle Sibiya

    I am so humbled to say, I have know Apostle Pride Sibiya for a very long time. Though now he is a renowned leader, author, blogger and relationship coach. I have had the honour to see him rising in ministry, and in the process learned a lot of thing from him.


    He is the founder of Glory Ministries, a reform and renewal global Christian movement that is redefining the religious terrain and is now spread over Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia and Bahrain.

    When you hear him talking about his first member, I am delighted to say - I am the man Apostle Pride Sibiya will be talking about. (We feature my life story in another article which we will share with you soon.)

    Here Are The 20 Lessons I Have Learnt From The Life Of Apostle Sibiya:

    1. Love: Apostle Sibiya has taught me to love people. He is a man of great love. He loves people regardless of their status in life.

    He said no one is useless in life, you need people even if you have everything. You may have a funeral policy but when you die you need a person to facilitate your burial. People don't care how much you know until you show them how much you care. Love people and you will win them.
    Apostle Shiloh Masenyama Share 20 Learnt From The Life Of Apostle Sibiya

    2 Fatherhood: My father taught me real fatherhood. He says a father is not a title but a function. You are not a father because you are able to make a woman pregnant and have many children. You are a father because you function like one.

    3 Humility: Apostle Sibiya is a Bishop of a church that has over 100 assemblies and oversees more than 100 pastors but he is humble that anyone can go to his office and see him. He takes time to respond to everyone's messages and pick up calls. You don't have to go through 6 secretaries or bodyguards to see him.

    4. Submission: He taught me that if you want to be powerful in the ministry you should be able to submit to authority. He is very submissive to his own spiritual father and those who are in positions of authority in different platforms.

    5. Respect: Apostle Sibiya is a man of great respect. He respects those who are older than him both physically and spiritually. He respects other men of God whether they have big churches or not. I am his son but he respects me as a servant of God. He does not look down upon anyone.

    6 Honour: Apostle Sibiya gives honour to those who deserve to be honoured. He taught me to honour both my biological and spiritual parents. I am greatly challenged by the way he honours his spiritual parents and other spiritual fathers in the body of Christ and also the way he honours his biological mother.
    Apostle Shiloh Masenyama Share 20 Learnt From The Life Of Apostle Sibiya
    Apostle Shiloh Masenyama Share 20 Learnt From The Life Of Apostle Sibiya
    7. Excellence: I have learnt from my father that everything that you do, do it to your best ability with excellence and with exceptionality. Research and prepare well before you teach or preach. Bath and dress well. Even eating you must eat well.

    8. Marriage: He advocates for strong marriages. He has taught me to love my wife and family. He says you can not succeed in ministry if you don't have a strong marriage and family. Be a good family manager before you can manage God s work. Value your wife and family. Don't win the word at the expense of your marriage.

    9. Teach and equip others: He is a great teacher and takes his time to research on different topics and issues that affect the society and the body of Christ. He taught me that as a leader you must be a reader and be knowledgeable with a lot of things. He is not stingy with information.

    10. Reproduce: He has joy in reproducing himself. He wishes to have as many Sibiyas as he can. He says as a leader you must reproduce after your own kind. He says if he is to die today Glory Ministries will not die because he has given birth to other Apostles and ministers who will carry on with the work. Don't have a superstar mentality that if you are not there the work can not be done.

    It is the duty of  fathers to reproduce, equip, release and put your children in the limelight.
    Apostle Shiloh Masenyama Share 20 Learnt From The Life Of Apostle Sibiya
    11. Encourage: He is a great encourager. He has this ability to encourage even a nobody to do great things. He taught me to always say positive things to the people I lead. Tell them you can do it, you are great and you are the best.

    This will boost their self-confidence.

    12. Leadership: He taught me to be a great leader. He says leadership is influence and not position. You must influence people. Lead by example and be a servant of the people that's real leadership. Have followers and everything that you do must be motivated by love.

    13. Shepherding: Apostle Sibiya says a true shepherd must smell sheep dung, not perfume. You must identify with your sheep, know them by name, know where they stay. Know those that have wounds that need to be nursed. Don't be complicated, be simple and have an open line of communication.

    Your sheep don't have to go through 10 secretaries and navigate through 20 bodyguards to see you. Do home visits, attend funerals, weddings etc. Be there for your sheep.

    14. Integrity: My father is a man of integrity. He has taught me to walk the talk and to talk the walk. Practice what you preach and teach. Don't teach tithe when you yourself don't tithe. Don't claim
    To be an angel and then live like the devil.

    Your actions make more noise than what you say.

    15. Dedication: He taught me to be dedicated and be serious with what I do in life. He says if you are not serious with your life and ministry no one will be serious even God himself. Things don't just happen we make things to happen.

    16. Sacrifice: He taught me that leadership is sacrifice. You can not be a leader without sacrifice. If you want to go to the next level in life you have to sacrifice. He has sacrificed a lot of things for the ministry and for God. He always leads by example.

    17. Giving: Apostle is a serious giver. He has taught me to give over the years. There is nothing too big for him to give. Whatever God points him to give he gives regardless of how dear it is to him.

    Everything I have belongs to the Lord and if he asks of it I give it. He has given a lot of things to the ministry and in some other people's life.

    18. Prayer: My father is a man of prayer. When he wants things to happen he prays. He can have an all-night of prayer by himself. He has taught me to pray and fast.

    19. Faith: Apostle Sibiya has taught me to have faith in God no matter what. He has taught me even a higher dimension than faith, that is trusting God in all things.

    10. Worship: My father has taught me real worship. He said worship is a lifestyle, not a session. The way you live must worship God.

    I Leave Other Lessons For You: What have you learned from Apostle P. Sibiya. Share your thoughts in the comment box below.
    Apostle Shiloh Masenyama Share 20 Learnt From The Life Of Apostle Sibiya
    Apostle S Masenyama is the first member of Glory Ministries and he now serves as the International Overseer for Glory Ministries.
  • Brave The Weather, Walk The Distance To Spread The Vision - Trish Phiri's Story!

    Harare – Deaconess Trish Gamuchirai Phiri was happy when her friend invited her to church. That moment, four years back, has shifted her focus on life. 

    Before, she never imagined the gifts she possessed within, yet she was destined to be a leader – a preacher of note.

    In 2015, she attended her initial service at Glory Ministries founded by Apostle Pride Sibiya. And today, she is a living testimony of a gem once concealed in dust, polished for the world to marvel at.

    In her own words, she exalts the first day she encountered the man of God.

    “It was during the winter days of July 2015 when a friend invited me to come and fellowship at Glory Ministries. From that period till now I benefited a lot under the leadership of Apostle Sibiya.”

    Unlike other congregates, she never sat on her laurels, waiting for mana to fall. It only took a short time to reveal her God-given colours. After joining Glory Ministries, she became active in evangelism, travelling across the country to preach the gospel.
    Brave The Weather, Walk The Distance To Spread The Vision - Trish Phiri's Story!

    Her journey inside the ministry’s records books has been recorded and sealed by her achievements in a short space of time. Together, with Reason Mushangwe, the late Zvikomborero Rambanepasi,  – and many others, they travelled across the city to plant assemblies. 

    The ensemble braved the harsh weather, walking on feet for long distances to spread the church’s vision: to manifest God’s glory on earth. Zvingunduru or street preachers became a name attached to their courageous deeds, to those who witnessed them on the road to fulfil God’s mandate.
    With the work she has accomplished so far, her vision is truly in line.

    “I love evangelism and am highly motivated by the late Benson Idhahosa, Catherine Khulman, and Hilda Bvunzawabaya. Benny Hinn, Reinhard Bonkie and Juanita Bynum. In the next five years I believe I would have been raised to become an influential evangelist and entrepreneur,” she proclaims.

    Through the stewardship of Apostle Sibiya, Deaconess Trish Phiri has gained more, to propel her forward.
    Brave The Weather, Walk The Distance To Spread The Vision - Trish Phiri's Story!

    “His ministrations and shepherding have really grown me into believing strongly in the demonstration of the anointing and power of God. Over the few years I have been under the banner of the ministry, I have moved in healing and deliverance and seen great miracles emerging from that.”

    Her presence on the pulpit has blessed many, proving how God selects his vessels, for someone born in 1994. As of writing, she is currently heading a satellite assembly in Hopely.

    Serving in God’s house has become her daily mantra. “God has graced me with a gift of literature development and through that have done transcriptions for various messages by Apostle Sibiya.”

    When asked to describe his spiritual father, she is short of words. “My spiritual father Apostle Sibiya is calm, stable, organised, loyal and loving father and servant of God raised to model and raise great and powerful army that will diminish the devil and bring destruction to his forces.”

    Though she is currently single, she is not alone – meaning a family is forthcoming, soon. And with what she has done is God’s house, it is impossible to doubt her wishes.
    Brave The Weather, Walk The Distance To Spread The Vision - Trish Phiri's Story!

    Brave The Weather, Walk The Distance To Spread The Vision - Trish Phiri's Story!

  • Sarudzo Imwe Chete Yakashandura Hupenyu Hwangu - Chapupu ChaMaxwell Chinoruma

    Muguta reHarare mugore ra2002 vachiri murume wechidiki vakasvika pavaifanira kusarudza kugara kana kufamba. 


    Pakarepo vakasurudza kufamba, kubva muzuva iri Havana kuzombo nyunyuta nokuda kwesarudzo yavakaita.

    "Mugore ra2002, mushure mekuongarora ndakaona kuti zvandainge ndaitira kereke yandaipinda zvainge zvawanda uye handainzwa Kuda kupfuurira mberi, pakarepo ndakaita sarudzo yokutsvaga kereke itsva yandaizopinda ini nemhuri yangu."


    Panguva iyi Maxwell Chinoruma akange atarisana nesarudzo mbiri, kuenda kune imwe svondo yaimutendera kuenda zvakare kukereke yaakange agara kwemakore kana kusiya zvose voenda kuhushumiri hweGlory Ministries. Mugore ra2003 vakazosvika pavakasarudza kuenda kuhushumiri hweGlory Ministries.

    Aya akange ari makore maviri mushure mekunge Apostle Pride Sibiya vavamba hwushumiri hweGlory Ministries, panguva iyi hushumiri hwainge huine vanhu vashoma kwazvo. Sarudzo iyi Yakashandura hupenyu hwavo uye nekuudza bundutso mumutumbi waJesu Christu.
    Chapupu ChaMaxwell Chinoruma
    Makore gumi nematanhatu apfuura VaChinoruma ndivo vave kutangamirira makereke ose eGlory Ministries ari munyika yeZimbabwe. Izvi zvakavepo nokushanda zvinesimba.

    Nhorondo yavo yakange izere nemarwadzo, kunyunyuta pamwe neukasha hwuzhinji. Pavakatanga kubata muGlory Ministries, moyo wavo wakanga uzere nemavanga. Kupfurikidza nababa vavo vepamweya Apostle Pride Sibiya mavanga akapora ikozvino vagere nemufaro mukuru.

    "Zvino zvitatu zvikuru zvandadzidza kubva kuna Apostle Sibiya zvinosanganisira rudo, hwubaba nekupa panorwadza. Ndakange ndiri murume azere nekunyunyuta kwazvo asi rudo rwakandishandura." Vakadaro baba Chinoruma.

    Vachitarira shure, Hupenyu hwavakararama vanoona shanduko zhinji kwazvo. " ndakadzidza kuva Baba vakanaka. Dzimweni dzenguva ndaitadza sababa asi Apostle Sibiya vaigara neni pasi vondigadzirisa," vanoenderera mberi.

    Parinhasi VaChinoruma vashundura zvizhinji muhupenyu hwavo nokuda kwekupa. Pane chimwe chinhanho vakapa motokari ndokutenga Imwe munguva pfupi kwazvo.

    Semutungamiri paSvondo inonzi Ramah Zion vanozivikanwa zvikuru nenyasha dzekusimudzira vatendi, nekuvavandudza munyaya dzemabhizimusi zvakare nenyasha dzokunamatira vasina vana. "Nguva zhinji ndinokurukura nemhuri dzatambura kuita vana vachibara mushure maizvozvo."

    Zvakare vanozivikanwa nokuda kwedzidziso dzavo dzinehudzamu, uye nokumira somuenzaniso wemwana akatendeka kuvabereki zvakare nekumira nechiono chehushumiri. Kupfurikidza nababa vavo pamweya vakukwanisawo kumira munzvimbo dzakaremekedzeka mukereke pamwe nekunze.

    "Baba vangu vakakunda zvakawanda, vakukwanisa kumira sababa munzvimbo zhinji uye nekunzi Baba nevazhinji. Muenza niso mukuru muchitendero chechi Christu zvakare vari mudzidzisi mukuru weshoko raMwari.

    Apostle Sibiya, Archbishop Gurupira, Bishop Tudor Bismarck, Bishop T D Jakes na Prophet Chiza vanomiririra chokwadi nerumwe rutivi Evangelist P Saungweme vanomiririra kutenda muhupenyu hwava Chinoruma hwokunamata.

    Vakabarwa mugore ra1976 zvakare vave nemakore gumi nemasere vawanana nemudzimai wavo Abigail Chinoruma. Vaviri ava vakaropafadzwa nevana vana.

    Mumakore mashanu anotevera chiono chavo ndechekunge vave kutungamira kereke guru ine vanhu vanodarika mazana maviri, nekuva mukuru panyaya dzemabhizimisi.
    Chapupu ChaMaxwell Chinoruma

    Chapupu ChaMaxwell Chinoruma

    Chapupu ChaMaxwell Chinoruma

    Chapupu ChaMaxwell Chinoruma

  • Olinda Marowa - Know Your Musician!

    Born on the 8th of March 1988, Olinda Marowa is a female Zimbabwean gospel artist based in Harare.

    She attended Cold Comfort Primary and Morgan High schools.

    She did her A’level with Herentals College. She is a holder of a Diploma in Communications & Journalism with Christian College Of Southern Africa popularly known as (CCOSA).
    Olinda Marowa - Know Your Musician!
    Her interest for music began at a tender age.

    Her passion grew and she began recording music. She joined the music scene in 2004 as a backing vocalist for Kudzie Nyakudya. Known to many as Olinda Marowa, she produced her first album titled ‘Nyasha’ in 2008. In 2008, she released the hit song ‘Ndinouya Baba’ which was produced by Willard Magombedze also known as Slimaz Pro.
    Olinda Marowa - Know Your Musician!
    Olinda Marowa - Know Your Musician!
    The video increased her growing popularity in Christian circles.

    The album was followed by ‘Mufaro wangu’ in 2011. It was recorded at Voice of Jordan (VOJ). This was followed by her third album titled ‘Jehovah Tshuvah’. It was recorded at Lyton studios. In 2014, the album was nominated at the Zimbabwe Music Awards (ZIMA) in Best Traditional Gospel and Best Female Artist categories.
    Her first live show was at the Rainbow Towers Gardens in 2009.

    She also did live shows in Malawi between 2008 and 2009 in places like Lilongwe, Blantyre and Mzuzu. She has worked with artists such as Kudzi Nyakudya, Bethany Pasinawako, Rumbi Zvirikuzhe, Fortunate Kwaramba, Sabastian Magacha, Nicholas Chirunga and Blessing Shumba.

    She has done a number of concerts in Zimbabwe, Malawi and South Africa and has staged with Rebecca Malophe, Lundi Tyamara, Mai Charamba and Fungisai Mashavave.Olinda Marowa - Know Your Musician!












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