Sp S on S so S red S The IPHC, one of Africa's biggest churches with more than 3million members, was founded and led by the Modise family since 1962 but was rocked by infighting since the death of its leader Glayton View the profiles of professionals named Tshepo Modise on LinkedIn. There are 53 professionals named Tshepo Modise, who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and opportunities.
R115m cash vanishes from Modise church vault. 10: 17 Tshepiso Modise, son of the late International Pentecost Holiness Church leader Glayton Modise. (IPHC) elders and the church's late Place of Hope, People of Promise.
The website of The International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) The widows of late IPHC leader Glayton Modise are apparently feuding over his estate. IPHC drama over Modises multimillionrand estate The Citizen Search Newsletter Competitions Private View the profiles of people named Tshepo Modise. Join Facebook to connect with Tshepo Modise and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to Comforter Glayton Modise (13 August 1940 9 February 2016) was the succeeding leader of one of Africa's largest churches, the International Pentecostal Holiness Church.
Modise was the only son of Reverend Frederick S Modise ( ) who founded the IPHC in 1962. Modise was handpicked and anointed leader by his father. He served the congregation from 1998 up until he died in February IPHC Mass Wedding Add to Cart; Calculate Price; Print Preview Leader of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church Glayton Modise and his wife Mamohau Modise during a mass wedding on September 1, 2013 in Zuurbekom, South Africa.
On Sunday 396 couples married at the church. IPHC is among the few churches which allow polygamous marriages