A New Season

We are pleased to announce Gawie and Tersia Malherbe as the new leaders of the All Nations Cape Town Hub.  We are excited to have them lead with their great combination of pastoral gifting, deep theological understanding and missional calling.

Gawie and Tersia will follow on from Neil and Mandi Hart who have led the Hub for the last four years with matchless energy, passion and dedication. It has been a privilege to serve under Neil and Mandi, and we are thankful for all that they have done for All Nations Cape Town.

Gawie and Tersia have journeyed with All Nations for a long time. Gawie’s first involvement with All Nations was when he attended the Church Planting school, CPx, in Kansas City in 2002-04 under Floyd and Sally’s leadership. He then moved back to Pretoria to church plant and lead short-term teams, before helping to start the Cape Town Hub in 2008. Gawie served in key leadership positions at the Hub, including having a large role in CPx training. Tersia attended CPx and joined All Nations in 2009, serving alongside Gawie in the Cape Town Hub leadership team. For over two years Gawie and Tersia also led a church planting team in the Redhill township community in Cape Town.

Gawie has a strong gift of teaching and a pastoral heart. He has a passion for inspiring, mobilising and equipping God’s people to be effective disciple makers among the nations of the world! Tersia enjoys one-on-one mentoring and coaching, and has a pastoral and prophetic gift.

Since 2014, Gawie and Tersia have been serving in Indonesia where they have gained missions experience, made disciples, and learned the language. In the last year, they have poured into and mentored an Indonesian couple that has seen over 30 people from Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist faith backgrounds baptised.

We look forward to having Gawie, Tersia, and their son David become part of our community here in Cape Town! Please join us in welcoming, supporting, and praying for them as the new Cape Town Hub leaders.

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