Redeem All Ministries

We shepherd individuals into fruitful disciple-makers who impact God’s kingdom.
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Sharing Christ with the People of Zimbabwe

As an 18-year old teenager, Anyway Mupesewa, saw the vast opportunity to spread the Gospel through music. From this, Redeem All Ministries was foreshadowed in 2005, as a Gospel band seeking to bring the message of the Cross to people in Zimbabwe. Since then, the ministry has grown into a multi-faceted church-planting and discipleship ministry.

Both Anyway and his wife, Maegan, are passionate about reaching out to and building up people in rural settings. For this reason, Redeem All Ministries helps plant churches, as well as in kingdom-centered community development initiatives.

Redeem All by the Numbers

Through the support of churches and the hand of God we have been blessed to see God’s Kingdom advanced in significant ways. To God be the Glory!

Years In Ministry

Churches Started

Pastors Trained

Souls Saved

Equipping the People of Zimbabwe

Sharing the Gospel is a crucial part of the work Redeem All Ministries is accomplishing in Zimbabwe. However, we are also training and equipping the people there to build their communities. Just as Paul was a “tent-maker” as well as a church planter, we invest in our people and teach them trades that will better their communities.

Anyway Mupesewa

See What God is Doing

Here are some of our recent photos from our ministry. Praise the Lord with us as we testify as to what He has done!

Multiplying Churches

“Thou therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.”

– 2 Timothy 2:1-2

How You Can Be Involved

1. Pray for Redeem All Ministries

Pray that souls would be saved, churches planted, and pastors trained in Zimbabwe.

2. Financially Support our Ministry

We humbly ask that you would consider sharing some of your resources with us. God is blessing this ministry and we would love to have you be a part.

3. Schedule a Missions Trip

The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few…put your boots on the ground and see first hand what God is doing.