Apostle Matthew Machisa

Apostle Matthew Machisa
THE BIRTH OF A RURAL MINISTRY VISION 2009

Thursday, October 20, 2011

THREE MOTORBIKES BOUGHT FOR GFMI!


LIFE OF GLORY MOTORBIKE LAUNCHED IN GWERU
 Praise God so much for the break through he has given us as a ministry. It’s been two years now, but our ministry is going strong with more doors of church planting and leadership development being opened.
I and the entire GFMI expresses our joy for the motorbikes we have bought for the work of God through a partnership with Kelly & Denise Newsome of Wood Ridge Baptist Church, the Christian Motorcycles Association and Missionary Ventures!
We bought three TF125 Suzuki motorbikes for our pastors. It is a vision that has come true. On the 16th of October we launched the Gweru district motorbike which Pastor Tapiwa Shumba shall be using in his day to day Ministry. Our invited guest speaker Apostle Kapofu of UAFC officially launched and prayed for the motorbike during our church service. It was indeed a day of celebration at Life of Glory Center.
CONFERENCE IN MUDZI
We have a conference that shall run from the 21st to 23rd of October 2011 and it is during this conference in which we shall do an official hand over of the two motorbikes for Mudzi district GFMI churches to Pastor Francis Machisa and Pastor Sheunopa Sibanda. More news and pictures will come in our next newsletter.
NEW PASTOR NOW BEING TAKEN TO THE FIELD
We are taking a new Pastor to Mudzi District to lead Golden Crown Centre this 21st of October 2011,he is Pastor Sibanda who is the beneficiary of the third motorbike.




some church members posing with the motorbike


Pastor Tapiwa Shumba the beneficiary



PRAYER REQUESTS

· Continue to pray for the safety of our Pastors as they use the motorbikes to advance the gospel.

· Pray for the Lord’s provision for fuel and maintenance of the bikes so that they would save GFMI for a long time.

· Pray for the new Pastor we are sending to Mudzi and for the provision of all our Pastors.

· Pray for good stewardship from the beneficiaries as they use the motorbikes.



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