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Bishop Tshalo Katshunga

Bishop Tshalo Katshunga

Role: Senior Pastor

Bishop Tshalo is a Leadership Coach, Advisor, Conference Speaker, Teacher, devoted husband and father.

He travels extensively across the world inspiring society with his message of courageous leadership, pursuit of excellence and repudiation of ineffectiveness.

He currently oversees the Gospel Ramah Family of Churches and is Founder and President of the Advanced Leadership Academy (ALAC), an organisation with the primary objective of training drivers from key sectors of life (arts & entertainment, business, education, family, government, media and religion) for improved and increased relevance in their communities and society.

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Sun, Dec 10, 2017
55:16
Serious observation leads to serious conversation. The Christ of Christians is prominent because of his influence. Christ Jesus is humanity’s only hope as his name provides: i) Identification, ii) Description and iii) Distinction. Five distinctive characteristics that make him stand head and shoulders above the rest: i) Resourceful, ii) Insightful iii) Strongest Energizer iv) Life-giving or Life-sustaining and v) Effective bridge-builder. A glorified life is attainable if you adjust that your problem is not your humanity, but your fallenness.
Sun, Dec 03, 2017
1:05:54
Simple observation lead to serious conversation. 1) We are living in perilous times. The real danger is: Deception, Distraction, Disaster, Desolation and Destruction. The real emancipation from the false christs is reverence to the true Christ. 2) Our belief-system is a very big deal. Because belief affects behaviour at the deepest level of the soul, which in turn affects destiny. Believe right, you will live right. 3) The Christ of Christians is the only true Christ. The Christ of Christians is precious - the most valuable Messiah. His connection to the Father: i) Connects us to eternal life. ii) Connects us to power for living. iii) Connects us to each other. iv) Connects us to abundant life. Because of this first important reason, you should watch-out for false christs, welcome and worship the Christ of Christians so that you can win in life.
Sun, Nov 19, 2017
1:07:17
Crises are more often opportunities in disguise. With God on your side, many seemingly impossible challenges can be turned around. Times of intense difficulties or danger, tend to trigger the most defeating emotions; confusion, desperation, fear, guilt, anger, etc. With Yahweh on your side, how do you deal with a crisis: 1) Decide to always adopt the correct attitude regardless of the situation you find yourself in. 2) Discipline yourself to turn first and foremost to Him for help. 3) Define clearly the matter you’re dealing with. 4) Decide to resist the temptation to play “the blame-game". 5) Determine to wait for the Lord (expect Him to do something amazing) regardless.
Sun, Oct 29, 2017
1:11:35
Since the dawn of human civilization man has grappled with the serious issues of identity, meaning, and fulfilment. Yet these can only be attained if one seeks diligently after God; reaching out for Him and opening up to Him through Christ Jesus. Three types of people: Fools - morally defiance; Simple - intellectually and emotionally defiance; Wise - effort and conduct in alignment with the will of God. People seek the Lord for six different reasons: 1) To attack Him 2) To satisfy their curiosity 3) To despise Him 4) To challenge Him 5) To satisfy their selfish needs 6) To know, glorify, and worship Him. People who seek after Him for the right reason make Him the object of their effort and demonstrate it by their conduct toward Him.
Sun, Oct 15, 2017
1:10:55
When faced with difficult circumstances many people turn to "what‟ and "how‟; but wise people turn to "the right who". Nature of difficult circumstances: 1) Common, 2) Unpredictable and 3) Overwhelming. Causes of difficult circumstances: 1) Own doing 2) Devil induced and 3) God‟s doing. Hence you need direct wisely your efforts. Who do you turn to? 1) Self, 2) Others, 3) Demons and 4) JESUS. You need to direct your efforts to the MASTER because he is Lord.
Sun, Oct 08, 2017
1:03:22
“Who is Jesus? Who is He to me?” This all important double question has a far-reaching impact on the quality of life. Your response to this all important question will place you on one of the following stations on this life’s continuum; antagonist, indifferent, curious, follower, disciple, or worshiper. Five Facts about this Amazing man called Jesus: 1. He has managed to notice and to touch humanity like no other. 2. He has the greatest attitude ever towards life’s challenges. 3. He will always have your best interest at heart. 4. He had the most good and godly man ever to walk on earth (Hebrews 5:7-9). He is up, close and personal. He connects with our hearts.
Sun, Sep 17, 2017
1:15:10
When you journey with God there must come a moment in time when you decide who you will revere and serve. Choices make a tremendous difference in the course of life. 1)Start seeing what is important to God. a) His Church, b) His Leaders and c) His People. 2) Seeing God in 3D. a) Locate God in history. God's great acts of Grace - His calling,His deliverance, His leadership, His battles and His blessings. b) God in the present and c) God in the future. 3) Serving God. a) Matter of personal choice, b) Requires forsaking other Gods, c) Takes courage of conviction, d) Principle of blessing, e) A result of gratitude, f) A function of wisdom and g) Mark of humility.
Sun, Sep 10, 2017
59:13
Conflict result in devastating effects hence the need to pursue peace at all cost. Peace is a state of maturity and harmony intra/inter- which stems from a restored relationship with God that gives rise to the blessing of prosperity. Why pursue peace? i) Peace builds a Strong and stable next generation of citizens. ii) Creates Room for God to justify and restore. iii) Establishes a Strong Christian testimony pleasing to God. iv) Allows you to live under an Open heaven, and v) Brings Restoration of order and prosperity. What causes conflict? i) Perception, ii) Prejudice, iii) Misunderstanding, iv) Selfishness, v) Unfaithfulness, vi) Poor communication, and many more. Peace is never the absence of challenges but always the presence of God. Therefore we need to engage in a course of action for peace - Prudence. i) Take all necessary Precautions, ii) Seek an Explanation and iii) through Persuasion.
Sun, Sep 03, 2017
59:56
Knowing God better is the secret for a successful living. 1) God is the most powerful and gracious giver. He gives his people: a) Land - he makes the impossible possible for his people (Exodus 3:7-8; Numbers 13:31-33). Ownership was never a function of birth but a result of covenant. b) Rest - he enables his people to develop from a place of rest (Psalms 127:1-2). c) Victory - he fights his people’s battles (Exodus 14:13-14). The biblical notion of victory is tied to success because of God’s involvement. 2) God is the ultimate promise-keeper. Because of a) His nature (immutable, truthful, etc.), b) His love for his people, c) His Son’s work and d) His sovereignty. 3) God demands reciprocity. Real lasting prosperity and happiness depend on us being faithful to our God (Joshua 22:5-6). a) Love and obey Him unreservedly, b) Live in an honourable manner, c) Devote your life to Him and d) Dedicate your life to His service.
Sun, Aug 20, 2017
1:06:42
You can expand your sphere of dominion if you can only develop a great mentality (being willing both to work and wage war). How to take charge of what is yours - 1) Crank up your efforts to get things done instead of making empty claims. Real greatness has nothing to do with your claims (Genesis 26:12-14; 1 Samuel 17:4-11). 2) Cease complaining, being slothful as well as coward. Some signs of small mentality: a) Being crippled because of some rich and powerful relations, b) Being indolent, c) Being proud or arrogant, and d) Magnifying every difficulty and danger. 3) Cultivate a Great Mentality. A great mentality leads to great gains. a) Assess your real assets, b) Improve what you already have, c) Courageously take some calculated risks, d) Be brave enough to tackle any obstacle, and e) Be diligent in the pursuit of your God given vision.