The Apostolic School of Ministry
The ASOM was founded by Thamo Naidoo after he received the divine conviction in 2000 that church leaders needed to be prepared for the Apostolic Reformation. The origins of the Apostolic Reformation – a movement calling for a reformation of the church, specifically its message, governmental structures, policies and functionality – can be traced back to the early 1990s.
It was with this principal mandate that the ASOM was launched in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa in 2001 and has since been established as an apostolic resource platform to assist leaders receive instruction and guidelines for transition into the apostolic season. After 13 years of schools hosted biannually in Pietermaritzburg, Sandton now serves as the hub for schools hosted internationally. The ASOM is currently held in five other countries namely, Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia and the Dominican Republic.