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Apostolic School of Ministry

The Apostolic School of Ministry (ASOM) was first launched on 20th April 2001 by Thamo Naidoo in South Africa as an apostolic resource ministry that focuses on providing resources for leaders to make the transition into the apostolic season. It facilitates the process of reprogramming, retooling and restructuring congregations into the apostolic season. At present, there are regular ASOM hosted for the training of church leaders. These schools have attracted leaders from many parts of the world.

There is a distinct apostolic grace upon the life of Thamo. He travels extensively speaking at leadership conferences on the necessity for a reformation of the Church as it prepares to function governmentally in the Third Millennium.

Apostolic School of Ministry (ASOM) East Africa

The first ASOM in East Africa was held on 8th – 12th April 2013 at the Kenya Industrial Training Institute (KITI) Nakuru, Kenya and attracted delegates from around the East African Community. So far there have been four (4) schools with the first two (2) held at KITI in Nakuru Kenya with Thamo Naidoo and Karel Sanders ministering together with others.

As from 2015, ASOM East Africa was held in the city of Nairobi at the Fountain Gate Church premises. This year’s school will be held on 10th – 13th April 2018 at the Fountain Gate Church, near the Murang’a/Ngara Road junction, opposite Fig Tree Market, Ngara (Nairobi Kenya).

Delegates will be required to register with Kshs. 2,000 for meals and materials. Those who require accommodation are asked to contact +254 716 919783.

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