Eunor Guti Biography | Age | Children Qualifications| Life as a Preacher | Ordination as Bishop | Books | Awards
Eunor Guti is a Zimbabwean cleric and archbishop of the Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa Foward In Faith Ministries (ZAOGA FIF).
Guti is the widow of the church’s founder and late archbishop Ezekiel Guti.
Eunor Guti was born on 1 January 1943.
Ezekiel and Eunor Guti had seven children. These are Eunor and Ezekiel Guti’s children listed in no particular order:
- Sarah Rusere
- Dorcas Jaricha
- Fiona Arthurs
- Gracious Chikore
- La-Verne Simukai
- Ezekiel Guti Junior (late)
- Ethanim Guti
Eunor Guti is an accomplished scholar, having obtained a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Master of Arts (M.A.), and Doctor of Ministry (D. Min) degrees from Friends University.
She is a qualified nurse and worked at Harare Hospital and Morgenstar in Masvingo.
Life As A Preacher
Apostle Eunor Guti, as the Director of the Women’s Ministry in Forward in Faith Ministries International, has left an indelible mark on the lives of millions, including influential political leaders across Africa.
With her unwavering passion, she has pioneered numerous women’s ministries that have made a profound impact. Apostle Eunor Guti’s exceptional ability to motivate others has sparked the formation of intercession groups, and her powerful voice has resonated through countless women’s conferences, family conventions, youth gatherings, and leadership seminars worldwide.
Ordination as a Bishop
Eunor Guti was ordained as Archbishop in ZAOGA FIFMI in 2013 in front of over 3,000 pastors. Eunor Guti served tirelessly in the ministry as an Apostle, working hand-in-hand with Archbishop Dr Ezekiel H. Guti in planting churches and winning souls to Jesus Christ worldwide.
Archbishop Dr Ezekiel Guti, founder of ZAOGA FIFMI, anointed her with oil and clothed her with a robe, alongside Archbishop and Mrs Simao of Mozambique, ordaining her as an Archbishop.
Apostle Eunor Guti was a recipient of Esther’s Leadership Award from the Third World Leaders Association, which was presented to her by the Honorable Prime Minister of the Bahamas.