ALPINE HEATH RESORT, DRAKENSBERG, KWAZULUNATAL, SOUTH AFRICA
Annually, GBR hosts its global Prayer Camp and Retreat at the Alpine Heath Resort in the idyllic Drakensburg mountain range in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.
Camp at the beginning of every year has always been an important time on the GBR global calendar of events as it allows GBR and its members to commence the year in prayer and meditation.
Seeking guidance and blessings from God for all its endeavours. And to allow its members from across the world to come together in fellowship, prayer and to network. Last year, for the first time, Camp was combined with GBR’s Thought Leader’s Summit, giving rise to the GBR Prayer Camp & Thought Leader’s Summit
Mr Sipho Mseleku is the current Executive Chairman of Sakhumnotho Group Holdings. He is the immediate past President of the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He served as President for 5 years (2008 – 2012). The Chamber represents chambers of commerce and Industry from all 46 African Countries.
GBR 2020 CAMP THEME
“Occupying all the mountains or sectors of society till He comes – GBR and GFFJ beyond the foundation years”
Words spoken by Jesus to his disciples in Luke 19:13 (NIV). An instruction to take up all places in society and establish God’s kingdom.
The afternoon to evening of Day 1 will see the arrival of all guests from the various corners of the world where GBR has presence, followed by registration, room allocation and an opportunity to rest, refresh and network before the evening welcome session.
The evening session will focus on the first of the societal mountains, namely SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT.
The session will explore, within the parameters of the event theme, the 3 components necessary for spiritual development, namely; 5-fold ministry, intercession and praise and worship.
The second day of the event will explore the next societal mountain, ECONOMY, BUSINESS, INVESTMENT AND FINANCE.
Each of the listed components will be explored in-depth and in turn by a panel of experts and practitioners.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn how each of these interlinked economic principles can be used as tools to establish the “economic fundamentals” for the kingdom.
The third societal mountain is the mountain of EDUCATION AND INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT.
Day 3 marks the halfway point of the event. On this day, we will explore the differences and the importance of education and intellectual development. Each various component that together make up Education and Intellectual Development will be explored and discussed in-depth.
The Global Business Roundtable recognises family’s as the cornerstone of a successful and prosperous society and on this day, we tackle the subject of FAMILY AND SOCIETY by attempting to unpack its broad, layered and ofttimes complex subject by exploring different components such as;
Day 5 will be divided into session, where in the first, the interplay between GOVERNENCE, POLITICS AND LEADERSHIP will be explored in-depth.
The session will discuss in turn how nations can be governed, in a Godly manner; taken nations back to God. How to nominate and install God-fearing politicians in the seats of power who will put God first and lastly, God-based leadership across all sectors of society. How to become a God-fearing leader? How do we appoint God-fearing men and women to lead us back to God?
The second session of Day 5 will explore the role of ARTS, SPORTS AND CULTURE in building an inclusive and tolerant society.
It will explore the role of the different participants in the various disciplines; athletes, artists and cultural curators and influencers and how Christians should use the various tools at their disposal, within said disciplines to lead nations back to God.
Name: Resort Reception
Phone: +27 36 438 8511
Name: Lesego Thathane
Phone: +27 82 210 3259
1Hd- 50, 010 Avenue, NY 90001
Name: Ronaldo König
Name: Ronaldo König
Efforts have been made in ensuring that those campers from South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho, that don’t have transport to Alpine Heath are linked up with those that have space in their vehicles.
If any of you still has space to offer or are in need of a lift, please liaise with Josey Segooa & Lesego Thathane via their email addresses i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com respectively, or call either one of them on +27 11 242 8000.
We request that all those being given lifts assist the drivers as much as possible by contributing towards their fuel usage and toll gate payments