Ministry Training Scholarship

Ministry Training Scholarship

I was born in 1997 in Masvingo, Zimbabwe. My parents passed away when I was in first grade leaving my two siblings and me. I grew up in Masvingo living with my paternal grandparents. I finished my “Ordinary” level of schooling, and I then started working at the Internet Café in 2014 up to this date. During all these years, my paternal grandparents taught me much about our Lord Jesus Christ, so I grew up in church. I grew up going to the same church with my grandparents up to now. I enjoy singing at church, and I am on the Praise and Worship team. It has been a progressive learning curve though as I didn’t understand many things early on in my walk with God. For example, I didn’t quite grasp the Grace of God until I was at the university (through our university Christian group), before that time I thought my salvation depended on what I did. The Christian group at the university also encouraged me to consider missionary work. Though full-time missionary work has been on my mind, only this year I feel God is convicting me to totally surrender my whole being for Him (dying to myself and letting Him live in me). I also feel the need for more Bible training and Christian Leaders Institute’s ministry training scholarship.

My desire now is to learn more about Jesus Christ and reach out to those who have not heard of Him and not yet received him. I want to teach the gospel here in Zimbabwe so that many people will understand and know that Jesus Christ is the only Son of the living God and He alone is King. I am still young but I can feel that God wants to use me, and I am willing and ready to give up everything for Him. I want to be dead to sin and all the worldly desires and live only for the Kingdom of God and be filled with the Spirit. With the love I have for the word of God, I want to receive further learning and understanding of the Word of God. That is why I am here at Christian Leaders Institute (CLI). It’s now my dream and desire to study and grow strong in my relationship with God. I will be taking these lessons at work, in my spare time, but I believe I will make it. Thank you, CLI.

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