Saturday, May 19, 2012

HERE IS THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF TEACHER MGISA MTEBE!!!


The Founder and Leader
Brother Mgisa Mtebe is a husband to Victoria Justine Rimisho, and a father of two beautiful  girls Shekinah and her  baby sister Shivvone. He was born second, in 1975 by Dr. Wilson and Mrs. Usuili Mtebe as the only male child of four, having three lovely sisters, Neema, Eliwanzita and Upendo. Dr. Wilson Mtebe (a lecturer at Mzumbe University) is originally from Ukerewe, an island in the lake Victoria in the northern region of  Tanzania. Mrs. Usuili Ntenga, is originally from Iramba-Singida, a central region in Tanzania. The nuclear family has for long, being based in Morogoro, Tanzania.

Professional Background
Mgisa is primarily a teacher by profession but now working with the Church as an Economist, after graduating his Bachelor Degree from Mzumbe University (2007) in Economic Planning and Project Management. His career-ministry is based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Ministry Calling
Brother Mgisa was divinely called by God into the teaching ministry in the very early days of his life, when he was just 17 years young. Though he was brought up in a Christian home of Dr. Wilson and Mrs. Usuili Mtebe, Mgisa met Jesus’ as his personal Lord and Saviour, on a Wednesday evening, on August the 5th, 1992, in a small Sengerema town, when he was doing his secondary education in Mwanza Region. Mgisa respectifully honors the ministry of Pastor Joshua Wawa, who was by then, a Mathematics Teacher at Sengerema Secondary School, as the spiritual father who laid a good foundation of salvation and ministry in his life. He also honors God for the teaching ministry of Teacher Christopher Mwakasege, as the person whom God has used to powerfully to install a divine understanding of the word of God and strengthen the calling of God his life.

The Beginning
After 5 years of passing through different pastoral ministries of various powerful and anointed men of God, Mgisa was noticed to have a very special spiritual gift and teaching ministry, in his life. Everybody around him was somehow touched by this special gift of revelational knowledge of God’s word. He gradually began to be a blessing to his fellow students and teachers. Eventually, he found himself as a leader of the Tanzania Students Christian Fellowship (TSCF-UKWATA) from the school level to the national level. In the year 2000, he was choosen the President of the inter-denominational organization, at national level.
Mgisa acknowledges the students’ ministry as experience that birthed the beginning of God’s divine call, that introduced him into the ministry for the body of Christ, the Church. It was at that point, when the Church in Tanzania, discovered the divine spiritual gift invested by God in this young man. Since then, Mgisa has been ministering the word of God in different Churches, Conferences, Seminars, Schools and Colleges, Universities all around the whole country.
His books, tapes, CDs and DVDs have blessed and changed many lives within and outside the country. ‘Christ Rabbon Ministry’ is an Anointed Ministry of a Teacher or The Ministry of an Anointed Teacher. This Inter-denominational Christian Ministry, serves God with the Purpose of equipping and empowering the people of God, with revelational knowledge of the word of God. “For the world shall be filled with the knowledge of the Glory of God, as the water covers the sea” (Habakuki 2:14). Glory be to God the most high, who works within them, to fulfill His divine purpose!

EVENTS
Each year, Teacher Mgisa travels around the country, throughout the year, sharing the good news of the Gospel and making an impact in the lives of millions of people. His itinerary not only includes conventions and tours but also ministering as a guest speaker at many churches in Tanzania.
This allows him the opportunity to share the Word of God with pastors and congregations in their home churches. With his dynamic teaching style and practical approach to evangelizing, Teacher Mgisa has successfully ministered to millions over the years on topics that range from Christian family and biblical prosperity to building faith and character development. He is truly making a mark that cannot be erased, so be sure to join him at a meeting near you!

STATEMENT OF FAITH
When God called Teacher Mgisa to Ministry, He gave him this word, “Go ye unto the world, and make disciples of all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit; and teaching them to do all what l have taught you. And behold, I am with you, till the end of the world.” (Mathew 28:18-20)
The entire leadership of Christ Rabbon Ministries is committed without reservation to this Statement of Faith:
1. We believe that the sixty-six books of Holy Scripture as originally given are in their entirety the Word of God verbally inspired and wholly without error in all that they declare and, therefore, are the supreme and final authority of faith and life.
2. We believe in the Holy Trinity of; God-Father, God-Son, and the Holy Spirit.
3. We believe the vicarious substitutionary death of Jesus Christ on the cross made atonement for the sin of the world, efficient for all who repent and believe.
4. We believe in the bodily resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, which insures the resurrection of all believers who have received God’s gift of eternal life.
5. We believe that the Holy Spirit thus indwells all who receive Jesus Christ as both Savior and Lord.
And Holy Spirit is responsible for the quickening from death into life and for the continuing of the work of sanctification in the believer.
6. We believe that all believers are called to be in the world but separate from it.
7. We believe that Christians are called to witness for Christ, to preach the gospel to all nations, and to study the Bible personally through the power of the indwelling Holy Spirit until each one is matured into the preordained purpose of God for him.


YOU CAN CONTACT HIM;  

Christ Rabbon Ministries
P.O.Box 14484
Dar Es Salaam,Tanzania
Tel: +255 713 497 654
Email: info@mgisamtebe.org
www.mgisamtebe.org

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