Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

10 things you need to know about the late Reinhard Bonnke

0

Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now.

Earlier today, TheNewsGuru reported the demise of popular evangelist, Reinhard Bonnke. His sad passing was announced by his wife Anni via his official Facebook page.
Below are a few things to know about the late evangelist:
  1. Reinhard Bonnke was a German-American preacher, who focused on Africa a lot during his lifetime.
  2. According to Wikipedia, he was born on April 19, 1940.
  3. Bonnke held his farewell Gospel crusade in Nigeria in November 2017 and handed over to Daniel Kolenda.
  4. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Bonnke, in 1984  commissioned the construction of what was the world’s largest mobile structure as of that time– a tent capable of seating 34,000 persons.
  5. He died at the age of 79.
  6. Bonnke was married to Anni Suelze, whom he met at a gospel music festival. They married in 1964 and have three children.
  7. He began his ministry in Africa by preaching in Lesotho in 1967. He went on to hold meetings in different countries across the continent.
8. Bonnke’s Autobiography, Living a Life of Fire is a collection of stories of his life including accounts of his childhood growing up during the Second World War and living in prison camps to his early years in ministry and how he believed God used him to bring the gospel of salvation to Africa
  1. In 1991, during Bonnke’s visit to Kanoin Nigeria, there were riots in the city as Muslims protested over remarks he had reportedly made about Islam in the city of Kaduna on his way to Kano
  2. In 1974, Bonnke founded the mission organisation ‘Christ For All Nations’ (abbreviated CfaN).Originally based in Johannesburg, South Africa, the headquarters were relocated to Frankfurt, Germany in 1986.

Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.