Perspectives on the Apostolic Botswana 24 July 24 Jul 19 - Gaborone West, Botswana Perspectives on the Apostolic Western Cape 3 August 03 Aug 19 - Parow, South Africa Windhoek, Namibia Conference 14 Aug 19 - 16 Aug 19 - , Chile 23 Aug 19 - 25 Aug 19 - , Perspectives on the Apostolic KwaZulu-Natal 28 August 28 Aug 19 - Durban , South Africa Varna, Bulgaria 02 Sep 19 - 07 Sep 19 - , Perspectives on the Apostolic Gauteng 11 September 11 Sep 19 - Johannesburg, South Africa
Gate Ministries Sandton (GMS) was formally launched at the Balalaika Protea Hotel, Sandton City, on the 19th of February 2012. It was birthed out of a divine mandate given to Thamo Naidoo. The directive was unequivocally simple and clear – a new season has dawned upon the church that must visibly announce and tangibly express itself through congregations strategically positioned in gateway cities globally. This season, named in some circles as the ‘apostolic season,’ was born at least two decades ago in relative obscurity and insignificance. Through this period of time it has endured the rigorous processes of spiritual and physical formation before presenting itself as a fresh biblical paradigm distinct from that of its Pentecostal/Charismatic counterparts. At the heart of this season is the passionate pursuit to align the church to apostolic biblical patterns, free from conformity to secular and humanistic influences.
GMS serves as an apostolic centre in the heart of the economic capital of South Africa. Its mandate is to be a strategic gate for the presentation, proclamation and modelling of the apostolic message to the nations. In pursuit of its mandate GMS will seek to constructively and practically provide a biblical, Christocentric model of ministry, offering a deeper spiritual encounter for the family of God.
Biblical Principles Governing Transition into the Apostolic Reformation
A History of the South African Apostolic Movement
Gate Articles of Faith
The following events will be streamed live
Gate Sandton Sunday Stream
Perspectives on the Apostolic (POA)