We Believe: GATE Articles of Faith

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We Believe: GATE Articles of Faith

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Grapevine Apostolic Transformation Entity (GATE) is a global family of autonomous and self-governing Spiritual Households (congregations). Each Spiritual Household is led by a Senior Elder (representative father) and is voluntarily joined by covenant, is mutually accountable, and submitted to the apostolic leadership of GATE. The GATE family of Spiritual Households regards itself as an integral part of the corporate Body of Christ, the Church and is therefore encouraged to foster relations with congregations within the Body of Christ.

The objective of the GATE family is to develop believers into the image and likeness of God, so that they may function as mature sons of God in every sphere of life while representing the nature and character of Christ on the earth.

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Author Bio: 

Thamo Naidoo has been in ministry since 1985. He is a graduate of the Bethesda Bible College, Full Gospel Church of God, South Africa and has earned a Master of Theology degree at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

He has planted two pioneering works in South Africa – River of Life Christian Ministries (ROLCM) in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal (1994) and GATE Ministries Sandton in Sandton, Gauteng (2012). Thamo currently provides spiritual oversight to churches both nationally and internationally.

Thamo travels extensively speaking to church leaders.  His purpose is centred on the call for the restoration of the church to ancient biblical patterns of building. He accomplishes this through leadership and development interventions hosted over the course of the year under the banner of ApostolicGate.

ApostolicGate provides free downloadable resources and hosts multiple strategic leadership events globally including Apostolic Schools of Ministry (ASOM), Apostolic Leadership Summits (ALS), Perspectives on the Apostolic (POA), Sophoi Messenger Series Business Leaders Breakfast (SMS) and other conferences.

Thamo currently resides in Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa with his wife Mirolyn and their three sons.

Other books by Thamo Naidoo: Gilgal: Biblical Principles Governing Transition into the Apostolic Reformation, and Apostolicity: The History of  The South African Apostolic Movement (1980-2008)