In 1979 Peter Pretorius, an affluent South African tobacco farmer and his wife, Ann came to the Lord after witnessing the dramatic healing of Peter’s father. Peter and Ann immediately began to passionately share the Gospel wherever they could. Within just three years, in October 1982, the ministry was founded, officially registered in 1983 in South Africa and began with Gospel Outreaches in rural town halls.
PETER PRETORIUS “Servant of God”
On the 25th of June 2015, Jesus Alive Founder, Peter Pretorius, was interviewed by Pat Robertson on the 700 Club, which aired live on the Christian Broadcasting Network. This show is the flagship programme for the TV network and is the longest continuously-run weekday programme on cable television, airing for over 38 years.
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OUR UNIQUE APPROACH AT A GLANCE
Jesus Alive Gospel Outreach focuses on the most rural and often unreached villages in Africa. It is our desire to reach individuals and to ensure that each decision for the Gospel is a lasting one. In order to achieve this, we have developed a simple and effective strategy and have seen the positive results of this in the past years.