On July 4, I flew to South Africa at the invitation of Apostle Natasha Grbich, leader of Ariel Gate. We spent a day touring and meeting at the historic Rand Club, founded in 1887, a year after the city of Johannesburg was formed. On Saturday, I had a great time speaking at their special Leadership Day and sharing fellowship meals.
I believe one of the most important things a leader can do is spend quality time hanging out and experiencing life in a leader’s home town. Building relationships strengthens our understanding of personal trials and victories which helps us pray more effectively. Understanding the people we do life with and work with is essential to building the Kingdom of God.
This trip was coordinated to join with and speak at the African Coalition of Apostolic Leaders Conference on July 11-12. Our hosts were Apostle Joseph Adefarasin and Natasha Grbich.
Many Convenors and Ambassadors from African nations that are part of ICAL Coalitions attended this important gathering. Apostle Adefarasin is the Continental Facilitator for the African Nations and the Convenor of NCAL – Nigeria Coalition of Apostolic Leaders. Read more at ICAL Nations
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