Pst. PA Kgongwana


Rev Phosh was born 1988 April 25th to Mr. MG and Mrs PM Kgongwana. He is the only son blessed with a young sister, Nare Kgongwana.

Went to Chokwe Primary School and finished primary school season at Ralema in 1999.  In 2000, he moved to a secondary school, where he did Grade 8. It was in that year that He was exposed to a worldly life and was faced with pressure to keep up with his peers. 

However, in 2001,he was transferred to Happy Day Combined School where he gave His life to the Lord on the 14th January.


His decision to follow Jesus was made at Bethel Church which is where the school took students for church. It was on that same day that He received his call to ministry. He was only 13 years old. He was invited that afternoon to preach the gospel to boarding students. In his very first service as a Christian, God used him powerfully.

He served as a student Pastor in the school until 2003 when he was transferred to another school, but he continued preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ as evidence of God’s call on his life.


In 2005, Bethel church released him to the International Assemblies of God church (IAG) which was closer to his home. He chose to work with children and served both in the local church children's ministry and in the IAG children's ministries.

In 2009, he registered and studied at the Global school of Theology in Cape Town, where he graduated with his diploma in Theology.


In 2013, he was assigned to a church, where he still serves as Senior Pastor. He was also appointed by the district leadership to serve as the IAG Children Ministry Director in Limpopo. 

In 2014, he was appointed to serve the IAG Nationally as the Chairperson of the Children Ministry.

In 2015, he was asked to serve the IAG as the National Director of the Children Ministry.

In 2019, he was appointed to also serve as the Chairperson of the Children Ministry for the African Assemblies of God Alliance.


His passion and love for children is his focus.  He believes the church has been robbed of knowledge due to culture, which has been a hindrance in what God wants to do in children’s lives.