KwaThema – Churchill Selatole, a KwaThema born and bred artist is going on a tour where he will teach worshipping on four different continents.
He started singing in 1994.
As tough as his music career has been it has taught him that patience and hard work pay off.
Churchill says throughout his career he faced many challenges that made people stop believing in him.
He points to a time when he organised his first live recording of his album in 2013 when he spent his family savings, only to have a turnout of three people attending the concert.
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He explains that trying to make the concert a success he sold his car and emptied his accounts. He spent about R180 000.
In 2016 he responded to a calling to make people understand what praise and worship is. He started his ministry of teaching praise and worship.
He started travelling the country and teaching in all nine provinces.
He also wrote four books that teach on worship which are Dear Worship Leader; Knowing about worship; Music, Ministry and Ministers and finally the Awakening of the worshipper in you.
He is currently working on publishing his fifth book.
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During his tour, he will visit Asia, North America, Europe and Australia.
“I have experienced more failures than success,” he says.
The seasons of failures he experienced taught him to rise up every time he falls down.
He is now well-received on international platforms where he speaks to large audiences about a subject that is close to his heart.
His intercontinental tour will run from October to December. Churchill will host a send-off service on September 9.
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