Becoming a Voice of Change in Zimbabwe
“My name is Darlington Masenda, and I’m from Zimbabwe, where we’ve been running the Global Leadership Summit for the last five years. At the Summit, they always say, “everyone wins when a leader gets better” and I think that is so true.
Here in Zimbabwe, being involved with the GLS, I’ve found that it gave me the push to get involved with a group called the Christian Leadership Forum. They are here to bring unity to the churches. As you may know, there are a lot of churches in Zimbabwe, and there hasn’t always been unity among them, but we wanted to do something to bring unity. So we took on that task through different programs, including the GLS.
Through the GLS we’re able to get the churches together. Recently, our forum now has a big voice even in other areas like government and other social circles. We’re taking the Kingdom into the world, and we’re trying to use all the resources that are available to us. What I would say to anyone who is involved in areas of government or social services is to tap into the Global Leadership Summit. You will find that there will be plenty of resources there that you can use to become a voice for change in your country.”
- Darlington Masenda, Zimbabwe
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