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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, Aug 18, 2013
When you cling to stuffs they become god and you begin to worship them. When you use them to worship God then the whole equation of life balances. The reason why Jesus accepted the biggest punishment is because his eyes saw the reward and joy set before him.
Tue, Aug 06, 2013
All the time God deals with people, it is Him who takes the initiative. Salvation journey starts with God self-giving, He discloses Himself to you. This means that if you want to develop or go beyond the entry level, you need to bring in your personal commitment. Everything starts with God self-giving but develop through our commitment to grow.
Mon, Aug 05, 2013
Solomon asked for wisdom not because he didn’t have any need but because of the purposes of God. When we say time of renewal, we are renewing ourselves so that we may begin to think the thoughts of God and challenge that which makes us sad when we do not have. Everything in life is about God. Solomon understood that if I have to do life in a fulfilled manner, it must be about God.
Sun, Aug 04, 2013
Divine discernment is defined as a supernatural capacity to distinguish between truth and error. It is the grace to distinguish between what is right and what is wrong. It is also defined as the ability to interpret circumstance and times in order to take the right course of action. Scriptures: Proverbs 24:1-6; John17:4; Deuteronomy 29:2-4; 1 kings 3:1-7 ; John 17:4
Fri, Jun 28, 2013
A church building is not justified unless God Himself is present in it, in which case His presence must be unmistakeable. Technically speaking we should not be inviting God in our midst as though He were a visitor in His own house.
Sun, May 26, 2013
In order for Israel to deal effectively with this spirit of falsehood and terror, God told Elijah to go back and anoint a number of people with different kinds of anointing.
Sun, Feb 03, 2013
Doing things in life is always dependent on the extent of your willingness. Everything starts with the will. Your soul cannot begin to touch lives until it is willing. In Luke 5:12 we learn from a leper that if you are willing you can do the impossible.
Fri, Jan 25, 2013
God has entrusted his glorious message to a frail and valuable human being. Paul urges us to be soft with one another in order to celebrate the strength in one another. The high priest was able to relate to the strong and have compassion for the weak because as much as he had power, he himself was also subject to weaknesses. He accepted that sometimes people do things out of ignorance and that honest mistakes can be made.