Stephen Suluma

Fellowship Pickering, Ontario
Lead Church Planter
Toronto Ontario
Fellowship Pickering
February 13

About My Family

I am a minister of the Word of God and passionate about reaching out to those outside the Christian faith and helping them build their faith through grounded teaching of biblical and theological principles.

My wife, Shingisai, and I got married in 1996. We have two daughters, Tashinga (1998) and Tiara (2004). Shingisai is a well-known Christian artist in Zimbabwe, and I have had the honor of being her music producer. Together we have worked closely in the worship life of the churches in which we have served.

I graduated from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in May 2012 with a Master of Arts in theology, a Master of Theology, and I am looking forward to completing my PhD in Theology. The next phase of planting a church in Toronto is an exciting one for my family and me.

About My Church Plant

My ministry is leading people who have no relationship with God into a close attachment to Jesus Christ that is initiated by abandonment of an old and sinful way of life, sustained by daily dependence on Christ in the strength and wisdom of choosing between right and wrong, and demonstrated by a manifestation of love toward God and other human beings, serving both their genuine physical and spiritual needs.

I believe that planting a church is one of the most effective means by which such ministry is accomplished. A successful ministry to me is one in which individual members demonstrate positive and godly influence among those who do not espouse the Christian faith, thereby bringing them to the knowledge of God and replicating the process in subsequent generations.

NAMB Church Planting

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Fund ID: K2REZA-Suluma,Stephe