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Friday, September 20, 2019

The world over political conflicts have taken centre stage.

There is massive friction between different countries, political parties, religious groupings and other assembled organisations. Governments are also busy cheating on their electorate. Due to that unfortunate situation, the general public is suffering the most. In this article, we are reminded of this catastrophe by Morgan Heritage in their iconic song: Ends Nah Meet.

Morgan Heritage
All when the rain a fall the ground still tough
How mama earth a tell wi things rough
Now tell me if you see it like me
The words they speak are not true on TV
How can things be getting better when so much people still a suffer?

[Chorus:]

Dem seh things a get better but we can't see it
Cyaa see it wi cyaa
Dem seh money a run right yah now but pocket still a feel it
Still a feel it
Cyaa sleep a night because wi stress out
Every month landlord talk bout kick out
Because ends nah meet
People a end up pon street
Change is what we need

Tell me if you going through this
Working hard day an' night
An still cyaa live a good life
Tell me if you going through this
The money weh yo meck done before it reach yo hand mi friend
Tell mi fi you going through this
No have no money fi gas star
So yo cyaa too drive yo car
Tell mi fi you going through this
Every day yo wonder if no better life no deh, deh fi yo

[Chorus]

Tell mi if you going through this
Working up overtime an still cyaa pay yo bills pon time
Tell me if you going through this
The work you work so hard, still cyaa feed the youth dem a yo yard
Tell me if you going through this
Tears run from yo eye when you look over yo life at night
Are you going through this
Everyday yo wonder if no better life no deh deh fi yo

[Chorus]

So many time you are on your last dime
People see you smile don’t know what you going through inside yea
Working so hard but still ends nah meet
Sometimes you a believe no better no deh deh fi real, yeah

[Chorus x 2]

(C) Morgan Heritage

Morgan Heritage

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Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.

Bishop Pride Sibiya; Bishop Amon Madawo AFM

He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

10. Apply The Law of The Last Line Of Defense:
The law of the last line of defense teaches us to always safeguard our lead pastor against becoming too operational in the church’s discussions, transactions or daily affairs. At first he can start so because the church will still be smaller, but as the ministry grows it becomes of paramount importance to separate him from the nitty gritties of the church.

Take for example; a young child has misbehaved in front of the congregants. Your lead pastor then takes a whip and begins beating the child in front of everyone. There are so many things at stake for him there:
  • Child rights groups may quickly get the wind of the occurrence and report him to the police. He could end up fighting for his freedom against established lawyers in the land.
  • He may lose the respect of the parents of the delinquent child.
  • He may equally lose the respect of other church members and congregants.
  • The beaten child may end up with serious injuries and gets admitted in hospital; at the expense of the lead pastor.
  • The beaten child may feel aggrieved and seek to revenge for his beatings; possibly injuring the lead pastor with a stone or another dangerous object.
  • The lead pastor may encounter physical confrontation from the aggrieved parents, who may possibly harm him in the process.
Therefore, the law of the last line of defense seeks to elevate the lead pastor to the position of mediator, arbitrator or an institution of appeal. When people have been disturbed by occurrences, they should find his office ready for appeal. But when he gets involved in the lower shenanigans; it then leaves the church without a dependable last line of defense.

Bishop Pride Sibiya; Bishop Amon Madawo AFM

May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.

Bishop Apostle Pride Sibiya; Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya

He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

9. Your Lead Pastor Should Not Handle Church Funds:
Over the years, many pastors fallen victim to the love of money. They have been tricked by the devil to handle church money in the pretext of safeguarding it. In the process, they were hoodwinked into using church money with a mentality that they “will reimburse it”; and then failed to reimburse the church funds! Some churches have gone on to split because their lead pastor is implicated in financial shenanigans.

As the most accountable executive of the church, the lead pastor should always manage resources under his jurisdiction, money included. No assets should be transferred in or out of the church without his knowledge. This is in line with both heavenly precepts which makes him answer to God on behalf of everything under his purview; and earthly corporate governance principles that require separation of powers.

However, as much as your lead pastor should manage the church and its resources; but he must not handle church money. The risk is just too much.

Bishop Apostle Pride Sibiya; Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya

May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.



He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

8. Ensure Your Lead Pastor Rests On His Off Days:
When your lead pastor becomes chronically tired, discouraged, dismayed or overwhelmed by the incessant demands of ministry; he can suffer from stress, depression and burnout. Congregants will never really understand that their shepherd needs sometime alone; away from them; and possibly sleeping at home and reading newspapers. Their assumptions are premised on the perception that the pastor is always in spirit, stays closer to God; and hence does not really need that break. They assume he is strong, and they are the weak ones!

However, ministry is a seriously demanding assignment. A number of pastors have fallen victim to fatigue, stress and burnout. They have gone on to quit ministry to the utter surprise of their followers. In some extreme cases, pastors have fallen chronically ill and died because no one cared to manage their workmanship roles.

If your lead pastor stays too much in office, it can also affect his marriage and family relations. Therefore, as a trusted lieutenant; it is your responsibility to ensure that he occasionally gets his much needed rest away from the ministry pressures.



May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.

Apostle B. Java

He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

7. Accompany Your Lead Pastor On Local Ministry:
As an individual, one of the most encouraging things you can do for your lead pastor is to accompany him as he does pastoral visitations. There are many things that he may encounter as he does the shepherding responsibilities. These include, among others:
  • People manifesting demons and becoming violent. He may fail to handle such people alone once they become physically confrontational. In worst case scenario; he could be badly injured in the tussle.
  • Meeting people of the opposite sex who could be aiming to seduce your lead pastor. And because he is also human, he could possibly fall for their gimmicks. Your presence acts as the control measure to safeguard your lead pastor.
  • Your lead pastor could fall sick or experience a car breakdown along the way. It would be extremely embarrassing to find such a respectable leader under the car in his ministerial collar. Your presence enlightens that burden.
  • Your lead pastor could be having real or perceived enemies. And some people are so unscrupulous that they might be after scoring points against him. Your presence may act as a deterrent to any possible physical or verbal attack.
Apostle B. Java

May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.



He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

6. Travel With Your Lead Pastor:
Most lead pastors are invited to minister in different platforms and geographical locations. They are treated differently from one platform to another. Never assume that certain things will be taken care of. I have witnessed some shocking practices, which could be totally alien from what you are accustomed to seeing.

Your physical presence in the travels of your lead pastor will assist to make sure that the following issues, among others, are addressed either from your side or the host’s side depending on the invitation agreement or practice.
  • Handling his personal documents and gadgets, e.g. laptop, tablet, wallet, sun glasses, Bible, notebook, pens, flash drives, disks, codeless microphones, and mic batteries.
  • Check his personal travelling documents well in time depending with the nature of travel, e.g. passport, visa application, visa gratis authorization, conference invitation and programme, air tickets.
  • The adequacy of transport to return him back home, i.e. enough fuel, enough bus fare and return air tickets depending on nature of travel.
  • The suitability of the transport vis-à-vis the travel, i.e. you cannot have your lead pastor travelling by road from say Harare (Zimbabwe) to Kinshasa (DRC). By the time he reaches the conference destination, he will be so exhausted.
  • The suitability of the accommodation facilities, i.e. is the place hospitable, hygienic and safe. You cannot have your lead pastor being checked in a lodge that doubles up as a brothel.
  • He carries enough clothes to change throughout the conference or for any eventuality.
  • Seeing that he is well dressed, ready to stand in front of people and minister the word.
  • He has his handkerchief and towel in place.
  • Carry your own toiletries just in case, e.g. soap, tissues, hand sanitizer.
  • Depending on your proximity and levels of exposure; be the one to drive him as he takes a rest interceding for the onward mission.
  • He has enough cordials, i.e. water, drink, flavoured sweets.
  • He is served the right type of food as per his dietary requirements.


May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.



He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

5. Defend Your Lead Pastor From Attacks:
The work of the ministry comes with a lot of criticism behind it. It is not possible to please everyone under your jurisdiction. Even Jesus Christ; the Son of God; faced intense criticism from his erstwhile leaders in the form of Pharisees, Sadducees and the Sanhedrin. Your lead pastor cannot be an exception.

However, it is imperative to understand that criticism does not automatically transcend into a guilty conviction. The court of public opinion will always propagate their own theories of accusations. Most often than not, those accusations usually turn out to be rumours circulating in the corridors of society.

In the public domain, learn to defend the anointing. Your lead pastor should feel safe when they are with you. People should see the true value that you place on your lead pastor regardless of his shortcomings; proven or perceived. But in the closet; away from the madding crowd; pray for your lead pastor, and also seek to understand his true position on the accusations being levelled against him. Depending on your proximity to him, he can even go further to tell you deeper issues surrounding his weaknesses.



May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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Archbishop Asa Gurupira; Apostle Mavis Gurupira

Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.

He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

4. Avoid Retaliatory Tendencies:
Pastors are called of God; and their mandate comes from above. But in execution of their earthly mandate, sometimes they may do weird things. Yes, weird things! They are human beings. They carry the earthly sinful nature like everyone else.

When your lead pastor shouts at you in anger, it is naturally painful especially when you are innocent. The logical thinking pushes you to shout back in defense of your territorial integrity. Retaliation to your lead pastor is a dangerous trajectory. Never attempt that regardless of how vindicated you are. It will be your Achilles heel for the rest of your service; counter-productive to your progress.

Raising your voice against a servant of God is detrimental to your spiritual covering. Yes pastors are also natural human beings who make mistakes; but be mature enough to handle your seniors. God will always vindicate you in the long run. Your role is not to defend yourself; you are there to serve!

Many times I have taken ownership of the things that were not necessarily my responsibility, but as a leader I have to be accountable without murmuring. I have shared in the collective battering in many messed up situations. More often than not we have managed to clear the mess even without involving my lead pastor. That is true leadership and maturity.

May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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Bishop Apostle Pride Sibiya

Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.

He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

3. Attempt To Solve Some Problems Before Escalating Them:
Church members will always come with problems. Some are genuine, some are petty; and some are meant to hoodwink the leaders of the church to entangle them into gossip circles. So what do you do when a member comes to you with a ministry or personal issue? Do you direct everything to your lead pastor? Do you take time to analyse the possible result and impact of doing that?

It would be naïve to think that you are “assisting” your pastor by redirecting everything that you come across to him. In my practical case; Bishop Pride Sibiya has plenty on his plate already before I push and shove everything to his attention. Surely, hearing things like there is no power supply today, a chair has broken down, one of our codeless microphones does not have a battery, our hosting team did not bring enough water for the service, our ushering team needs some identity badges etc. Such are petty administrative issues that a fully functional administrative board should be able to resolve without even the lead pastor knowing.

Your lead pastor should be notified of heavier challenges that require his authority and direction. For example; when a church member is admitted into hospital with a chronic illness, or when the church needs to upgrade its PA system. The levels of responsibility of a lead pastor depends on the size of the church he leads, the church policies and the maturity of his lieutenants.

Whatever the case, it is important to first weigh the magnitude of an issue before passing it on to your lead pastor. You may choke him with things that you are well able to resolve yourself without putting unnecessary pressure on him.

Bishop Apostle Pride Sibiya
May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya

Bishop Pride Sibiya has been in the trenches ministering the gospel for over two decades now.


He is the Founding President and Presiding Bishop of Glory Ministries. Amongst his many sons and daughters; I have been priviledged to directly manage and administer him since July 2013.

He triples up as my Lead Pastor, District Pastor; and Bishop of Glory Ministries. In addition to that, he has numerous outside engagements; both at ministerial and professional levels.

Bishop Pride Sibiya is a married man with three daughters. His immediate family broadens up to include his biological mother, sister siblings, in-laws, close relatives and many other dependents who also live with him.

It is a herculean task to manage a Kingdom General of that magnitude. It calls for much more dedication, service and sacrifice. What I am going to share in this article series is informed by both experience and revelation.

2. Occasionally Give Your Lead Pastor Feedback:
Week in week out; your lead pastor spends countless hours preparing to preach and teach the word of God. It is very normal for him to wonder if he is really being effective in people’s lives. He might ask himself these internal questions: “Are people understanding my sermons? Am I really helping people in their everyday challenges? What do they think of me? Do they value my wife and children?”

Generally, people have a tendency of not giving direct feedback to their lead pastor. This is especially so when the feedback is laced with some negative sentiments. They would rather find someone else junior to vent their anger and frustration. However, with great application of wisdom, you should be able to give him feedback that is coming from the congregants. Understand well the timing, extent and convenience of giving him that feedback.

As the trusted lieutenant, learn to encourage your lead pastor. Let him know how God is using him in your own life. Call or text him at the end of a long week telling him what you saw God doing through him. Discuss his messages with him, taking time to share what God is teaching you through his ministration. Your personal words of encouragement will go a long way in encouraging your lead pastor.

Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya

May God bless you in your service as you defend the anointing.

Tapiwa Zuze – www.tapiwazuze.com

Tapiwa Zuze is the Senior Administrator at Bethel Worship Centre; under Glory Ministries. He is the Administrator of his Spiritual Father and Lead Pastor; Bishop Pride Sibiya and Pastor Anna Tendayi Sibiya. To learn more, you can contact him on his website – www.tapiwazuze.com – or email address – tzonair@gmail.com. His contact numbers are +263773242721 (Zimbabwe) or +263719242741 (Zimbabwe). This article series is a summary extract from his oncoming book on managing and administering servants of God.

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