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.
Fri, Jan 15, 2016
Our final destination December 31 is growth. The vital questions will be "How much did I grow?", "Which area did I grow?" and "Am I happy with my growth" We need to take certain roads that lead us to growth 1. Purity - How pure am I? 2. Trust - Trust God that He will take you to your destination 3. Consecration - Give yourself to God, all of you 4. Grace - Grace to function in your life 5. Relationship - Life does not work without relationship 6. Responsibility - Whatever you do, play your role and take full responsibility 7. Jesus - Whatever you do, Christ must be at the centre of it all
Sun, Jan 10, 2016
The struggle of human beings is to see themselves as God sees them. How do I believe that what God says I can become I become? Few facts about growth: 1. People's growth is God's design and desire 2. People grow by desire and design 3. Growth is a gradual & steady increase in strength, size, influence or value
How do we survive in a hostile environment? How does God equip people to thrive in this world? God‘s presence will make a difference. Choose to walk with God and live God’s way. God will never push you to maturity if you don’t want to become mature. Reality never affects the truth, truth affects reality. If God makes you great, no one can make you small – Let God make you, never fight for position.
Sun, Dec 27, 2015
The Altar of Incense (Golden Altar) represents Christ's priestly life as our intercessor. Jesus Christ's most powerful ministry was prayer. Prayer changes lives. You don't start to pray because there is pressure but begin to pray just because you know who God is. How do you rule in life without prayer? God is calling us to a life of prayer. Prayer is crucial in the life of a christian - as you pray, you will prosper.
Fri, Dec 25, 2015
The story of Nativity brings with it important facts: (1) The grace of God has been made available to all of us regardless of your standing in this world (2) The greatness of Jesus Christ has provided perfect salvation for imperfect people (3) The grateful surrender of God's people to his Will has changed and will continue to change the landscape of our society
As you move closer to God, gold (representing deity and holiness) takes precedence over bronze (representing judgement and justice). Proper spirituality is when you honor God. When “Honor” is mentioned in the bible it refers to financial capacity and is attached to material things. The principal of honor is missing in the church. The table of Shewbread (in the Holy Place) represents Christ’s abundant provision.
How do you face your future when your past is still hounding you? How do you maintain life and prosper when there is a strong opposition? By his grace, God has provided us with the key not only to survive in this hostile environment we live in, but also to thrive in it. The possibilities of life become infinite when men learn to receive and respond appropriately to God's grace. The vital questions to ask yourself are "Whom do I belong to?" and "To whom do we give our first love and loyalty?" All we are and all we have belongs to God
How can a sinful people enjoy the blessed fellowship of a Holy God without being destroyed? From there came the idea of building God a sanctuary(tabernacle). Every single furniture item that God decided to put in the tabernacle had a significance and capacity to help the israelites to navigate through life in a blessed and empowered way. What were the six furniture in the tabernacle? What do they symbolize?
Sun, Nov 29, 2015
The journey of God’s people is intertwined with gardens and trees. No one can truly survive and thrive in this hostile environment we live in without the abiding presence of Almighty God. The study of The Tabernacle will help us understand the redemptive and salvific power of the Lord.
Great teams relish challenges.
“As you sent me into the world, I have sent them into the world.” John 17:18
“The creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed.” Romans 8:19
Great teams have a winning formula
1.Who am I representing here on earth?
2.What does my mission entail?
3.What is the scope of my mission?
4.What can guarantee the
success of my mission?
To effectively tackle your God given mission you’ll need the following:
1. God’s will
2. God’s word (logos and rhemata)
3. God’s presence
4. God’s Spirit
JOHN 1:1, 14; JOHN 7:37-39; ACTS 1:8; COLOSSIANS 1:27