• Advocacy and Awareness - TEASA works with churches to raise matters of concern with different stakeholders in government and media. Recently a church delegation met with policy advisors in the office of the presidency to raise concern about the Millennium Development Goals and our country’s progress on the health related MDGs.
• Justice - TEASA launched the religious liberty commission in 2010 in order to serve Christians around the world who suffer persecution for their faith.
• Leadership Development - The Theological Commission of TEASA exists to promote biblical truth – in word and practice, by networking theologians lay and professional – to serve the church in obedience to Christ.
• Evangelism - Led by Rev Karl Teichert, the evangelism commission envisions and equips churches for saturation church planting. Working through the Church planting alliance, the TEASA evangelism commission seeks to mobilize the Church toward planting a healthy church in every community in Southern Africa.
• Missions/Sending/ Outreach - TEASA works with churches promoting the conviction that the mission of the Church, modelled on what Jesus Christ taught, lived and demonstrated is one that is holistic. It holds together the spiritual and the material, words and works, the natural and supernatural – all with a view that people would be reconciled with the Maker
• Women - Mrs Esme Bowers convenes the Women’s Commission, geared at equipping women to take their rightful place in the Mission of the Kingdom.
• Children - The neglect of children by the Church generally is of concern to TEASA. This Commission works to sensitise the Church to the strategic value of Children’s ministry, in the light of the many challenges facing children. Dr Johannes Malherbe , a specialist in Children’s ministry, is the lead person in this Commission.
• HIV/Aids - TEASA seeks to build and extend a network of caring, HIV & AIDS competent churches that: 1) Are strong and flourishing communities of biblical faith. 2) Care not for only for their own members, but extend hope to the broader community.