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Apostle Eunor Guti addresses drug abuse and teenage mischief

Apostle Eunor Guti addresses drug abuse and teenage mischief

Story by Farai Gwaze

ZAOGA Forward in Faith International Ministries leader, Apostle Eunor Guti has added her voice on the current efforts to address drug abuse and juvenile delinquency through an autobiography which has guidelines on parenthood.

The modern-day parent’s ability to deal with teenage mischief has often been put to question amid an increase in cases of drug abuse and juvenile delinquency in general.

This comes at a time when mental health institutions are overwhelmed by the high numbers of patients with no solution in sight.

All hands are, however, on deck as the nation desperately tries to reign in a generation slowly being destroyed.

ZAOGA Forward in Faith International Ministries leader, Apostle Eunor Guti has become the latest revered voice to address teenage misbehavior through an autobiography titled ‘Being Eunor. A Memoir of Faith and Services’ launched in Harare this Saturday.

“When I wrote that book I noticed that many young kids were confused the moment they left parental care to go to school and I know why. They began to doubt the God whom their parents taught them about and made them who they were. This is when they start doing other things and even taking other religions I won’t mention. I wrote that book to help parents and the child. It’s a book that has everything even forgiveness and how even a child affected by peer pressure can overcome that peer pressure and be who you want to be,” she said.

Her plea to the people of Zimbabwe is to ensure the young generation is saved from the vagaries of the modern world.

She added, “As the people of Zimbabwe we have to work hard and pray that the emerging generation I am old and won’t live to be young again, but if those young children are damaged by drugs what kind of nation are we going to have tomorrow? When the generation before has walked a path of dignity, as a country with the most educated people. Now with our young people going into drugs, where are we going to get these people? That is my cry.”

The book also sheds light on the profound impact of her late husband Archbishop Ezekiel Guti, offering inspiration and guidance to individuals seeking personal growth and success.

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