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Christian believers
who see the church
beyond its locality


 Character Building And Biblical Worldview 
Soshanguve XX East
Starts 8:00am
More Info : Tebogo Kobe : 087 723 8275 / Tshego Mashaba 079 455 2953 .

Capstone Translocal Partnerships is a collective of Christian believers who see the church beyond its locality through the eyes of the Great commission. It is essentially a collective of differently gifted partners, passionate about Jesus, the church and winning the lost. We have no membership forms or a system of imposing CTP’s authority on relating churches, because we believe that friendship/relationship is never imposed, but it is voluntary and all partnering local churches retain their autonomy. Some practical things we do together as partners :

 Strengthening of churches and helping to equip the priesthood for works of service. (Ephesians 4:12).

Helping local churches in planting churches without “owning” them.

Helping local churches in appointing and ordaining leaders in accordance with scriptures. (Acts 14:23, Titus 1:5).

Helping local churches with registration processes with government as Public Benefit Organizations and the appointment of Pastors as Marriage Officers in South Africa.

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God’s mission is too big for any one local church to accomplish. Yet we often act as if our church must do it all alone.

Hence CTP choose to partner with local churches from many different backgrounds in South African and beyond our boarders. Some are newly planted churches, while others are churches that have been around longer than CTP, but found in CTP an expression that is creative about gospel-driven church partnerships in their own communities and around the world which is purely based on...

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Our Visionary

Ps. Jack T. Tsoai accepted Christ as Lord and Saviour in the early 80's and served in the Apostolic Faith Mission church for 11 years. Jack later served in the Full Gospel Church as the Youth leader and subsequently met his wife of 21 years from the Full Gospel tribe.

After teaching for several years as a high school teacher, Ps. Jack T. Tsoai gave-up his teaching career and went to study theology at Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa, Unisa and University of Pretoria up to a master’s deg...

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Biblical Partnership is a very important aspect of the Christian Church. Paul used the word, "partnership," to describe both church leaders and churches working together: As for Titus, he is my partner and fellow worker for your benefit. (2 Cor. 8:23) To the Philippian church, Paul says “I thank my God in all my remembrance of you…because of your partnership in the gospel”. (Phil. 1:3-5)


Churches grow together as we take common steps of faith in walking with our partners, sharing in each other’s joys, understanding each other’s challenges and experiencing each other’s unique connection to our wider mission as the body of Christ. Jesus says, “Carry each other's burdens, and in this way, you will fulfil the law of Christ” Galatians 6:2.


Celebration is an important part of life. Like the people of God in the Old Testament who celebrated with regular festivals, Capstone partners celebrate together during our Easter Conference, CTP annual “Kopanos” etc. One of Jesus’ greatest stories (Luke 15:11–31) was about a huge celebration, when the prodigal son returned and the father said, ‘Let’s have a feast and celebrate’ (v.23).


Ephesians 4:16 “From him the whole body, joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in love, as each part does its work”. Capstone helps partnering churches to build foundations of Kingdom communities as opposed to individual isolated local entities.

Registration for our Theological School now open.