Rev George Ngwenya is the ordained Minister of the Gospel for the past 23 years. He served in different denominations and in different provinces of South Africa.
In the early 90’s he relocated to the United Kingdom to further his theological studies at the Oxford Centre for Missions Studies.
He also studies Community Development in the United States of America with Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) in Boston Massachusetts
While in the UK he served in the para-church organisation called Evangelical Support for South Africa advocating for the end of apartheid and mobilising support in the UK.
In the late 90’s while back in SA he became the local pastor first of Mahon Mission Church now called Mahon Evangelical Church of Southern Africa and later joined Ebenezer Evangelical Church, a church that was founded by the Honourable Rev Ceaser Molebatsi to deal with and confront the socio-economic challenges that faced the community of Soweto then.
Rev Ngwenya has held numerous para-church organisation positions in SA.
He is the founder and current President of Men In Prayer South Africa, an organisation that deals with men’s issue, both young and old in SA.
He is considered a key player and champion on youth issues, marital and relationship matters, and men’s issues.
He is a gifted public speaker and the preacher of the Word of God.
His interest and giftedness is in teaching and the exposition of the scriptures and its interpretation.
In 1998 Rev Ngwenya started his own consulting company on skills development and training which ushered him into corporate South Africa.
He has consulted widely for a number of known South African companies which include:
Johannesburg Metro bus
South African Football Association
Kaizer Chiefs FC
Southern Sun hotels
Rev Ngwenya specializes in facilitation, training, skills development, mediation, marriage counselling, organisational development and conference speaking.
He is a trained Theologian, Youth Worker, Facilitator, Community developer, Skills development and training Facilitator, trained and educated in South Africa, United Kingdom and in the United States of America.