About

Habari ndugu! That’s Swahili for ‘Hello!’

My name is Zakaria Mwita. I live in central Tanzania, in a town called Singida. I have a wife, Flo, and two children, Keren and Joe, all of whom you are bound to hear much of in this blog.

Welcome to my blog. The message in this blog is “Jesus Christ, and him crucified” (1 Cro. 2:2). The sincere message of the Cross of Jesus Christ, brought forth in the spirit of revelation, has the power to deliver fallen humanity from the power of sin.

Not many today are willing to hear the truth of the gospel because that truth will require them to give up the pleasures of this world. The words of the Apostle Paul to Timothy in 2 Tim. 4:3-4 could hardly be truer in our day: “For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears, and they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned to fables”.

Check out our ministry website: http://www.ctmi.org.

And be much, much blessed!

You can contact me at zakariagmwita@gmail.com

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43 thoughts on “About

  1. Zakaria, Good name so happy to meet you my name is James the main writer of Men of One Accord I must thank-you for the follow of the blog. Maybe some day I will show up at your church and ask you about a men’s prayer group? One of things Our Lord has done for me is the love of praying in unity with My brothers in Christ.
    May the peace of the Lord Christ go with you, wherever He may send you. May He guide you through the wilderness, protect you through the storm. May He bring you home rejoicing at the wonders He has shown you. May He bring you home rejoicing once again into our doors.
    In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. A Celtic Blessing. James

    • Dear James, it has been a pleasure indeed to know a man like you, who has been through so much. And I never dreamed I’d ever meet a Celtic brother – wonders! May the Lord bless you, and I truly hope that one day you can make it to the door of our church!!

  2. God’s grace is so powerful, the only thing that gets me from one day to the next. May HE abundantly bless and show His favor on you and your family–Caddo

  3. Zakaria, I join you as a fellow sojourner on the path to our true and eternal Home! Thank you for stopping by to read my blog and follow. I look forward to reading yours as well. God bless you and your dear family, Brother!

  4. Isn’t it true how unworthy we really are. It’s not until we really understand this truth that a God can really be God in our lives. May He bless your work in Tanzania brother!

  5. What wonderful writing. The Lord bless and keep you and Flo and your loved ones in every way. Keep sharing the Word of Life!

  6. I have no idea as to how I stumbled across your blog (well obviously it is a God appointment) but glad ti have found it – you have such a joy Zakaria – and you and Flo and the children are truly blessed! 🙂

  7. Brother Zakaria, I’m blessed to meet you, the words The Lord gave you, He also gave to me and confirmed in Scripture (see below) putting the flesh to death is not known by many today but was taught in the early Church, way was it repressed, as you shared, because of itching ears. Thank you and may you be greatly blessed as a family and also in your Ministry as you boldly share God’s Truth regardless of the personal cost to you.

    Romans 8 :12-15 Therefore, brothers, we have an obligation—but it is not to the sinful nature, to live according to it. or if you live according to the sinful nature, you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the misdeeds of the body, you will live, because those who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God.

    Colossians 3:4-6

    Galatians 5:24 -26)

    Christian Love Zakaria, in our Unity in Christ Jesus from both of us – Anne.

    • Thank you Anne, for the visit and for the very warm and edifying comments. I love your blog, too, and I am sure we will be connecting more in the days to come. May you be much blessed too!

  8. I stumbled upon this blog and I am happy with what I am finding. May the Lord continue to add His glorious wisdom as you continue in this great ministry. [Side note, I also have two kids, boys only]. Be blessed.
    VaSanganyado

    • Thank you, my friend Va sanganyando. I am extremely appreciative of your lovely comments. I have also checked out your blog, and I love your forthrightness. Glad to hear about your family, too, hope the boys can meet each other soon!

  9. Hi Zakaria! I see that you’ve been reading & liking my old blog. So naturally, I checked you blog out. You are a very gifted writer & when I have more time, I’ll enjoy reading more of what you’e written.
    I have a new blog (Al’s Europe Diary has gone inactive for a couple of years now): Walking by Faith in Europe, at https://europeanfaithmissions.wordpress.com/. If you enjoyed those old posts, I think you’ll like the newer stuff even better.
    Every blessing to you, brother!
    Alisa

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