This conclusion presents some closing thoughts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book explains the Religio-political organisations have flexible structures, which are more effective in responding to real needs than either the government or the mainline churches. The extent to which religio-political non-conformist groups influence the body politic in meeting the goals of democratisation and reconciliation in the face of socio-political negative sanctions is worthy of investigation in a context where religious actors are increasingly pursuing broader political objectives. In post-colonial Zimbabwe mainline churches and AICs have for the most part been public religions at the state level due to their co-option and reliance only on statements. Placed within a historical trajectory, it has generally been argued that the churches though individuals and groups are then named to justify the assertion have been key players in facilitating liberation from colonialism. Mainline church leadership has had to come to terms a critical interpretative framework.