What happened to Baba Guti? Ezekiel Guti, the renowned Zimbabwean Pentecostal archbishop, passed away at the age of 100. He died on July 5, 2023, leaving behind a remarkable legacy in the religious community. Throughout his life, Guti made significant contributions as a spiritual leader, educator, and author. Guti was the founder of Forward in Faith Ministries International, a widely recognized church that has expanded its reach to over 180 nations and states. With over 2,000 churches affiliated with the ministry in Southern Africa alone, Guti’s influence was far-reaching. In addition to establishing churches, Guti also founded seven Bible colleges known as Africa Multi-Nation For Christ College. These colleges provided education and training in various regions, including Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Zambia, and Ghana. Guti’s impact extended beyond religious institutions. He established ministries such as Forward in Faith Children’s Home, Children’s Ministry, Forward in Faith Christian College (also referred to as Christ for Zimbabwe College secondary school), Africa Christian Business Fellowship, the Gracious Women’s Fellowship, and the Husband’s Agape International Fellowship. These initiatives addressed different aspects of society, including providing support for children, fostering education, and encouraging entrepreneurship. Furthermore, Guti authored over 113 books, delving into various aspects of his teachings. His writings became valuable resources for individuals seeking spiritual guidance and insight. The passing of Ezekiel Guti marked the end of a life dedicated to faith, education, and ministry. His contributions to the religious community and his numerous accomplishments have left a lasting impact on the lives of many.