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I remember vividly when I enrolled at ZEBS back in 2013. I went there to be with other students and while away my time. Little did I know that Jesus Christ was about to enter into my life. Our teachers told us the ZEBS theme was simply, “What does the Bible say?” I started toread full testimonial
Rev. Mathe joined the Sunbury ZEBS in 2001 and graduated in 2005. Here’s what he had to say: “Before coming to ZEBS, I didn’t know the truth and the Bible. I also worshipped the ancestors. Since coming to ZEBS, I understand salvation and what the Bible says. I now have the courage and understanding toread full testimonial
In 2009, Samukelo Mhlongo—then president of the Association of Tertiary Zion Students at University of KwaZulu-Nata—contacted Greg Seghers. This was the moment that opened the doors for ZEMA to begin working with students in this nationally recognized organization. Samukelo began attending ZEBS and brought his father, mother, and two brothers—Simangaliso and Ndumiso—to the ZEBS atread full testimonial
After attending ZEBS (Zion Evangelical Bible School), Reverend Meshack Ngcobo left his leadership position in a large Zion church of 20,000 members for the purpose of teaching the truth of God’s word. The church he now leads has 300 to 400 members. Speaking to ZEMA interns, Rev. Ngcobo stated, “You see all these people? Theyread full testimonial