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Modern Day Welcomes Mezmur & Nani Altaye ZeMichael

by | Dec 12, 2012 | Missions Articles

Mezmur was born and raised as a believer by parents who planted and led churches in Gondar, Ethiopia. He began to be involved in the ministry and was very engaged in it as he grew up. He realized the Call of God on his life to ministry from which he tried to run away but was not successful.

After graduating from the Bible College in 1999 in Addis Ababa , Ethiopia, he helped to establish a ministry called “Kavod Ministries” for which he became a founder and president.

“The motto of our ministry is to bring back the glory in these last days. We do this by preaching and teaching the word of God that follows signs, wonders and manifestations of God’s presence. According Romans chapter 1:16, we are called ‘to the Jew first’ and Kavod Ministries began to reach the most needy and out casted Jewish community in Ethiopia with a practical expression of the Gospel. We do feeding, clothing and paying rent for these displaced Jewish communities. We also teach the church the end time prophetic redemptive purpose of God through the Jewish people world wide and to collaborate with His plan by praying and supporting Israel and the Jewish people spiritually and practically. Prayer and intercession are our priority.”

At the same time, Mezmur oversees the MJBI and JVMI African ministries and serve as an African Director for both ministries.

Mezmur and his wife Nani Altaye live in Addis Ababa with their two year old son Rahamim Mezmur and their newborn son, Yosef Mezmur.

If you would like to make a financial contribution to the ZeMichaels, please click here.

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