One day we were travelling with church members by open lorry on our way back from the Easter day prayers at Mudanda, Buhera. We neared Murambinda bridge and before we crossed the bridge’; voice from above us said to me, “The African Apostolic Church,” VaApostora VeAfrica. – Paul Ernest Mamvura Mwazha (Leader of The African Apostolic Church)
A Zimbabwean preacher traces his incredible life of prayer and trusts in God Almighty and His Son Jesus Christ, a life that has seemed destine for a special purpose since he was a small boy in the book The Divine Commission of Paul Mwazha of Africa. Through a series of visions and revelations he sees the path he should follow and is eventually led to establishing The African Apostolic Church to bring this ministry to the world.
Ernest Mamvura Paul Mwazha grew as a boy into a dedicated annointed disciple of Jesus Christ and through worship and self-denial, a heavenly priesthood of considerable magnitude was bestowed upon him. God’s communication with Paul Mwazha and the divine power of the Holy Spirit led to the inevitable founding of The African Apostolic Church, a Christian grouping that set root in Zimbabwe and is expanding rapidly taking in mena and women from diverse racial, social and religious backgrounds into a single Christian family.
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