The guidelines below provide a very easy to follow inclusive process of creating a strategic plan for a church. We suggest a timeframe of 20 years that can be broken into five year blocks to allow for strategic review after very five years. We also recommend that the strategy of the local church should by all means try to align with the strategy of the CAA.
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The Council of African Apostles is an annual gathering of Africa’s apostolic voice. Apostles of genuine credibility gather for three days to discuss and share ideas concerning the issues that affect the Church in Africa as well as the nations of the continent. The prime movers of the initiative include: Bishop Tudor Bismark(Zimbabwe), Dr. Mensa Otabil (Ghana), Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams (Ghana), Bishop Enock Sitima ( Botswana). Bishop Mike Okonkwo (Nigeria), Bishop Joe Imakando (Zambia) amongst others. The CAA Summits afford Africa’s apostles the opportunity to share ideas, experiences and strategies to make the Kingdom of God manifest in the nations of Africa. A brotherhood of sorts, the Council also provides accountability, guidance and brotherly protection in a mutual bond of calling, a destiny, a love for the continent and the sovereignty of Christ Jesus the King of Kings.
2016 Annual Summit
RE: INVITATION TO THE 2016 COUNCIL OF AFRICAN APOSTLES
The Council of African Apostles invites you, your leadership and the congregation to join us for the 11th Annual Summit.
2016 Annual Summit
CAA is a body of some of the largest churches on the continent. These are leaders that assemble once a year to confer on African issues, and every year we use a different theme so that we can concentrate our conversation, and then of course our strategies and action plans to contribute to resolving some of Africa’s challenges. Our theme for 2016 is the theme “Establish” This year’s theme is going to be in three categories: – Africa’s Political Future, Africa’s Economic or Financial Future and Africa’s Spiritual Future.
We will be dealing with the demographics of Africa’s political backdrop, historically and futuristic and how that plays out into the young demographics of African voters. On Africa’s economic future, we are addressing the finances of Africa and what implications that has for a younger generation of individuals. And then finally Africa’s spiritual future, we are going to be looking at ways in which we can purchase the future by pouring into children, youth and young adults.
Sessions will be held on:
Dates: Wednesday 3rd February – Friday 5th February 2016
Times: Day Sessions 9am – 16:30pm (Registered delegates only)
Thursday & Friday Evening Services from 18:15-20:30hrs (Open to the public)
Venue: International Conference Centre (ICC)
Registration is in progress during working hours at Jabula Heights 147 Robert Mugabe Road Harare or at ICC from Wednesday morning at 8:30 am and every morning till Friday. A delegate can choose a day they wish to attend. Should you require further information, please contact our offices on 04-700020-2.