Archbishop Calvin Mapingure
Apostle Calvin Mapingure was born in Chivi district, Masvingo, Zimbabwe, in 1960. He was born into a family of believers of Christ, and was raised in that manner. He went to Berejena secondary school, Masvingo. In 1980 he was attested into the Zimbabwe National Army, where he acquired qualifications as an auto-electrician. He retired from the Army as a Major in 2003. In 1998 he was Married to his loving wife, Getrude Mapingure, a mother-figure in the church in the UK.
During his years with the Army Archbishop Mapingure underwent a bible studies course, and in 1997 he was awarded a Diploma, which allowed him to undertake pastoral work. In 2007 Archbishop Mapingure joined Agape for all Nations Ministries International. He was instrumental in establishing the church in Africa, in countries that include Zimbabwe, South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, Uganda, Kenya, Namibia and Nigeria.
In 2009 he was appointed the Commissioner for Zimbabwe and Overseer, and subsequently Commissioner for Africa. He has travelled extensively in Africa, preaching, healing, delivering and blessing God's people.
In 2020 following the leading of the holy ghost, he was confirmed Apostle, Archbishop and High Commissioner of the international church. Under his guidance, the church continues to grow its numbers in all its ministries.