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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, Nov 10, 2019
Evil is primarily spiritual and cultural. It doesn't start in the flesh but spirit. The evil is sustained by mixed multitude and motives. The Presence and Power of Champions is what makes all the difference. Challenges are common but champions are uncommon. Care deeply about God and the work of God. They care deeply about what God cares about. Get into the battlefield as a Champions of Jesus and get involved in furthering His kingdom.
Sun, Nov 03, 2019
We are charged to behave in a manner that is worthy of the Gospel because nothing commands it more eloquently than a transformed life, and nothing brings it into disrepute so much as personal inconsistency. We must let our light shine through: 1) Following Christ First. 2) Fan into Flame what you have received (get rid of the clutter and add what is missing). 3) Fulfil your God-given assignment.
Sun, Oct 13, 2019
People have a remarkable ability, if not robbed of identity and creativity, to meet all of life’s challenges with amazing success. We’ll encounter complex things in this life that are chaotic and confusing for which we’re not graded. Instead of allowing them to trip us, we need to work on our attitude as well as look up to God, through aligning with Him.
Sun, Oct 06, 2019
Biblical networking is for mutual enrichment for a greater reach to the glory of God. Yet we tend to hurt this supernatural gift through deep seated destructive aspects of our lives that often changing circumstances tend to expose.
Sun, Sep 22, 2019
The purpose of prayer is to get wisdom from God for what you are trusting Him for. Big breakthroughs are often the result of divine interposition and effective networking. If God doesn't move anything then nobody can move on your behalf.
Sun, Sep 01, 2019
Biblical concept of networking is living a life of significance, making others rich and increasing ones reach. Networking requires wisdom, winning while making others win. We must network according to the cross, for the love of Christ makes sacrifice easy and delightful. Hence the cost becomes irrelevant when the cause is big enough and it is motivated by love for God and His people.
Sun, Aug 25, 2019
Networking in a Biblical way it is counter cultural as it seeks to make others better. When you learn to position yourself for a life of greater significance. The Body of Christ will drastically increase its reach while enriching each individual member if it chooses to connect on a meaningful way of service.
Fri, Aug 02, 2019
Life in the flesh leads to a cycle of failure and defeat. Your life makes sense when it is lived to please God. Whatever is in God's hands is safe. When the holy spirit takes hold of your life he gives you: courage, conviction, commitment and connection. Without connection with God there is no courage, conviction and commitment.
Sun, Jul 21, 2019
37:57
The biggest problem that people have is that they hope for a life without problems. Yet, it's always on the other side of major obstacles that people gain the most valuable life-lessons. Being born again doesn't mean your life will be problem free. What you are becoming is more important to God than what you are gaining from the issues you are facing.
Sun, Jun 30, 2019
1:08:08
Intercession is a ministry of love, it is meant to develop us into willing actors. Intercessory prayer, if practiced properly, forces us to think seriously about our environment and the people who live in it.