Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries [Global]
Dr. Ian Ndlovu
Dr. Ian Ndlovu is a pastor, intercessor, and an academic based in the city of Bulawayo, in Zimbabwe. Dr. Ian Ndlovu holds three academic degrees, namely, a Bachelor of Commerce [Economics] Honours with Education from the University of Zimbabwe [UZ], a Master of Science in Banking and Financial Services from the National University of Science and Technology [NUST], and a Doctor of Philosophy [PhD] in Management Studies with a specialization in Finance from the University of South Africa [UNISA].
Dr. Ian Ndlovu is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries [DKBM] – Global, Divine Kingdom TV, and Johanan-Ian Leadership Trust [JILET]. Dr. Ian Ndlovu planted the church he is still pastoring in May 2008. He is passionate about reaching out to people who are lost, backslidden, stressed, weak, and neglected with Christ’s message of hope, restoration, and renewal. Dr. Ndlovu is a firm believer in striking a balance between the ministration of God’s Word, the Bible and the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Dr. Ndlovu believes in warfare prayer, a balanced approach to fasting and strategy level intercession.
Dr. Ian Ndlovu is married to Dr. Angel Ndlovu. The Almighty God has blessed them with two sons, namely, Elishama and Jeduthun.
Dr. Angel Ndlovu
Dr. Angel Ndlovu holds a PhD in Development Studies from the University of South Africa [UNISA]. She is an experienced development studies expert, consultant, and social worker. Her involvement in humanitarian, relief, and youth mentorship programs started when she was pursuing her undergraduate degree studies at the National University of Science and Technology [NUST], which is based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
In the vineyard of God, Dr. Angel Ndlovu is an Evangelist that the Lord uses in various capacities. She is the Chief Coordinator of the Ladies' Fellowship and Children's Ministry of Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries [DKBM]. She ministers God's Word with passion & simplicity. She has a strong passion for orphans, widows, and vulnerable children. She is committed to empowering the youth and women with life-changing practical skills.
She is married to Dr. Ian Ndlovu and they two sons, Elishama and Jeduthun.