Senior Pastor Fortune Ntlhoro

Senior Pastor Fortune Moleki Ntlhoro was called to the ministry in 1988, two years after he had given his life to the Lord. He started as an evangelist and in addition to house to house evangelism he was a speaker at various conferences and churches in Limpopo. In 1989 he was ordained as an assistant pastor in the Life Out of Death Ministries in Seshego, Polokwane where he served until 1994. In 1992, Pastor Ntlhoro had an opportunity to study and work in Germany for 16 months. In 1995 he joined Church of Warriors for Christ (CWC) in Witbank and was ordained as a minister in October 1995. He is the Senior Pastor of Ekurhuleni World Outreach Centre (EWOC) which was established in 2004 in Tsakane, Brakpan and had evolved out of the Church of Warriors for Christ (CWC) branch in Kwa-Thema Springs, under the CWC family of churches. Pastor Ntlhoro has Bachelor’s degree from the University of the North (UNIN), an Honours and a Master’s degree in Business Leadership from the University of South Africa (UNISA), a Diploma in Ministry from Centre For Advanced Christian Education (CACE) and an Advanced Diploma in Ministry from CACE. He is also an Alumni of the London Business School where he completed a 4 weeks Senior Executive Programme in 2012. He also had an opportunity to meet Prince Charles the future king of Britain. He is married to Pastor Queen Ntlhoro for 21 years and have been blessed with two daughters, Rebone- Mosa and Onalerona, and a son, Orebabaletse. He is passionate about Excellence in Life and Ministry..

Senior Pastor Queen Ntlhoro

Senior Pastor Salome Queen Ntlhoro was born and raised in Diepkloof, Soweto.

She received Christ in 1987 at Grace Bible Church. She studied at University of Limpopo and also has an Advanced Diploma in Ministry from College for Advanced Christian Education.

In 1994, she got married to a loving and adorable husband, Fortune Moleki Ntlhoro and are blessed with three peculiar and vibrant children, Rebone Mosa, Orebabaletse and Onalerona.

She worked for Eskom for 12 years and resigned in 2007 to be in the ministry full time.

Her passion is to see the body of Christ being Word Warriors, Worship Warriors, Prayer Warriors and Thankful Warriors.

Pastor Mpho Jane Nsibanyoni

Pastor Jane Mpho Nsibanyoni was born in Kwa-Thema, attended primary and secondary education in the same township. She ultimately matriculated at St Chad’s High School in Ladysmith in 1977. In 1979 she started her nursing career in Natalspruit Hospital and completed in 1983.In 1985 she completed her Midwifery Diploma at the then Boksburg Benoni Hospital. She got married to Mr Valentine Nsibanyoni and they are blessed with 3 children and 3 grandchildren. After receiving Christ as her personal saviour in 1993, she joined New Covenant, the current CWC which fellowshipped in Tlakula High School in Kwa-Thema at that time. In 1996 she moved to Belfast with her family, worked at Khanya Frail Care Centre for two years and came back in 1998.

During her stay in Belfast she fellowshipped at Victory Fellowship as her second spiritual home under the leadership of the late Pastor Sarel Mahlangu and Mrs Getrude Mahlangu.

She had a privilege of serving under Pastor Kenneth Maboke from Witbank, Pastor Sipho Mkhawane and finally Pastors Fortune and Queen Ntlhoro, the latter being her current spiritual leaders, mentors and Senior Pastors who have contributed immensely to her growth and maturity in the ministry.

She started to serve at CWC as a board member and finally chairman of the board for almost 5 years. Later on she served as a cell leader and zonal leader between Kwa-Thema and Ekurhuleni areas. In September 2012, she was ordained as an Assistant Pastor at CWC Tsakane and is enjoying serving as oversee for the worship team and spiritual dance group.

She has always enjoyed serving the church in various ministries as a fellow congregant with a passion for assisting individuals with health and wellness challenges. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing Science & Art, specialising in Nursing Education and Community Nursing Science. One of her passions is to deal with individuals who are intellectually challenged of which she obtained a Nursing Diploma in Psychiatry to promote a better understanding of psychiatric conditions. Amongst her many dreams in life, she never dreamt of being a Pastor but by the plan of God it culminated into that portfolio. Her philosophy of life is based on biblical principles as she believes in the sanctity of all human life irrespective of their social standing. Her aspiration is to see all human beings attaining a divinely ordained status of personal transcendence in serving God. She also obtained an administration qualification as an additional diploma which allowed her to enjoy a Nursing Services Manager position at two hospitals in Mpumalanga and Gauteng.

She enjoys praise and worship, reading the Bible and selected Christian books, and is an ardent believer in healthy living. She also loves sharing her gifting with fellow believers, working smarter and occasionally working very hard to achieve her goals. She also enjoys working in the garden and watching birds and stars, interacting with God in that natural environment in solitary style. She currently works at Opiconsivia Pty Ltd in Nigel as a Health, Safety and Environmental Manager.

Pastor Collin Mathanjana

Be disciplined committed in all that and you – do. Be the best at what you do at all times. Christianity is a lifestyle, Cherish it!

“A good leader is someone that can love and listen to people.”

Pastor Collin Mathanjana is a father of 3 and a husband. He is an educator by profession who is very observant and moved by people. He also values the impact that the church has on a community.

He is also a motivational speaker who has made a footing on the local airwaves. “I am passionate about humanity, and watching people grow and develop into inspirational beings”, I enjoy teaching and I believe strongly in healing through the Word. I am driven by love and obedience. For me, it is important for the cell churches to improve and grow, reaching more of our congregants and their communities.

I strongly believe, that a systematic way of reporting on the cell churches can improve how we engage with our new converts and also ignite an ‘Each one, teach one’ culture.

The most important facet of any Pastor is their ability to hear God’s voice, at all times, engage with people from whatever level and embrace them as they are. Seek to serve the Father and diligently obey His commands.

Pastor Bathabile Ngubeni

Pastor Bathabile Martha Ngubeni was born and raised in Kwa-Thema, Springs. She received Jesus Christ as her Lord and Saviour in 1983 at Evangelical Christian church.

She studied at Tlamoha College and also advanced with Diploma in Ministry from Christian life Training Centre for Ministry and Church Management.

She was duly ordained Pastor by the Pastoral Fraternity of Church of Warriors for Christ and has been licensed by the Senate of Christian Ministerial Apostolic Association.

She was a member of the Heavenly Youth Christian Movement. She was married to the Late pastor Happy Caswell Ngubeni who was the founder of the above mentioned movement and they were blessed with one beautiful daughter, Buhlebenkosi Ngubeni.

Pastor Bathabile Martha Ngubeni is now full time in the ministry, her vision is to see the word of God being preached and taught worldwide.