At the close of year 2010, the Lord placed a vision of a church on the heart of Joy Museba. The vision was then firmly established in February 2011 on the 12th. At the time Joy Museba was already in ministry heading an interdenominational ministry called Redeeming the times (RT). Joy Museba as the visionary led many young man and ladies in his generation doing impact full programmes from 2005 to 2010. From Kwekwe where it was founded it spread through all nights and camp meetings to Gweru and Harare.
The Harare wing of RT was being run by Mary Chikuvadze (now Mary Museba) she had a remarkable event at the King George Anglican Church. Mary Chikuvadze was also responsible for the ladies youth wing of RT. At RT Joy Museba conducted lunch hour services in Kwekwe at the Rainbow Cinema and Sunday evening services at Kwekwe Theatre. He held youth camp meetings at Echo Park in Kwekwe, Nhlela Centre, Gweru Sports Club in Gweru, Rest Haven in Domboshava and Munyathi Sports Club in Munyathi.
At the full swing of this interdenominational ministry Joy Museba was led to start a ministry which is now called New Creation Life Ministries International. The name was taken from 2 Corinthians 5vs 17, with the vision of teaching people the life in Christ which is called the new creation life.
The church held its first services in Sister Elizabeth Simbi’s (now Elizabeth Chibibi) residence in Extension 1 Mbizo, Kwekwe with 6 adults on the first day. After running for 2 months the vision was fully launched on the 12th February 2011 at Old Mbizo Play Centre opposite the Old Mbizo Shopping Centre. At the launch 15 adults were present and the church grew to 44 members in a space of 6 months from its launch. The ministry moved to Awake Grace Ministries Hall where the ministry is currently running its services.
On the 5th of November 2011 Joy Museba married Mary Chikuvadze at the Kwekwe Mining Museum and this was to be the first wedding in NCL Ministries. The two were in a 2yr 9months courtship before wedding date.