Moses Guvheya is a seasoned author, musician and an exegetical preacher.
Born in Seke-Chitungwiza, Harare, Zimbabwe, on 7 November 1979, during the (then Rhodesia’s) heated liberation struggle, to Robert Tiripo Guvheya and Margareth Musafare Tsikayi. Moses did his infancy in Musami-murewa before moving to the resettlement areas of Rusape in the new Zimbabwe where he did his primary and part of his secondary school. Following that, he went to Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, where he completed secondary and tertiary education.
Moses received the call to ministry during his early adolescence while he frequented the Anglican Church with his mother, who is a devout Christian. Upon embracing Pentecostalism in his late adolescence, he succumbed to the forceful call to ministry under the Pentecostal Assemblies of Zimbabwe and subsequently enrolled for the first 5-year Ministerial and Bacheral Program at Pentecostal Bible College, accredited by [PAC], Pan Africa Christian University of Nairobi Kenya. While at college, Moses Guvheya was involved in many musical projects, which involved recordings and crusading. He is an eloquent guitarist and vocalist.
Since 2005, he has been extensively involved in missionary work across southern Africa. He is the author of - A new religion: Unmasking Humanitarianinsm and Son of Amittai: The Mystery of Divine Forbearance.
He lives in Maputo, Mozambique.
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BAIRRO LUÍS CABRAL Q83, C82
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A New Religion. Unmasking Humanitarianism
by Moses Guvheya
That time has come and the hour has dawned, upon which the patrons of pure religiosity should radically rise and authoritatively voice down the ravaging storm of religious profanity. I have, in due corroboration, penned this timely whistle blower to awaken the brotherhood against the unrelenting wave of modernism and falsified humanitarian propaganda.
Son Of Amittai. The Mystery Of Divine Forbearance
by Moses Guvheya
Published: May 22, 2017
While man seeks vengeance God seeks repentance,restoration and love. As long as life lasts anybody can be saved and receive the full measure of God's forgiveness.This work seeks to bring home the fact that mercy supersedes judgement and that human ego cannot hinder divine contemplation.
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