South Africa: More Than 1 Million Attend Angus Buchan’s Prayer Meeting
Elevate Christian Network :: News and Events
South Africa: Some 1.7 million people registered online to attend the historic event that was held outside Bloemfontein on April 22. Evangelist Angus Buchan exhorted the believers to ask God to bring justice, peace and hope to South Africa, saying they can achieve all these through prayers.
Buchan led the huge congregation in asking God’s forgiveness “for compromising our nation, our family and our future,” saying, “from today onwards, we promise to stand up for truth and righteousness at all costs.” He said the country does not need “political change” but a “Jesus change,” emphasizing that only God can heal the country.
The world renowned Evangelist Angus Buchan says he has put his trust in God to lead South Africa through a time of crisis. An estimated one million people are expected to attend the Its Time Prayer Day just outside Bloemfontein in the Free State. Buchan says the gathering was not political but a prayer meeting to invite God to save the country. Source: SABC News
In 1980 Angus Buchan started Shalom Ministries to preach in South Africa and across the continent of Africa. In obedience to God’s call he started preaching, which led into a healing ministry. He has also set up an AIDS orphanage and a 500-seat auditorium on his land.
Still a farmer, he is now an international evangelist, traveling through Africa in a refitted yellow fire engine, and filling the largest venues in South Africa. In 1998 Buchan wrote a book about his life, Faith Like Potatoes, the book was turned into a movie in 2006. To learn more, visit online at: Shalom Ministries