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APOSTLE
THEO WOLMARANS

Christian Family Church International Johannesburg, founded in September 1979 by Senior Pastor Ap Theo Wolmarans and his wife Dr Beverley, it is one of the largest churches of its kind in Southern Africa.

 

As a leading international minister and a member of the board of Dr David Yongi Cho’s Church Growth International, Dr Theo is a highly sought-after speaker for churches all over the world. He is a gifted teacher who expounds the Word of God with total simplicity and clarity, opening everyone's hearts and minds while also enthralling the audience with his bold, dynamic style.

 

Through his apostolic calling, he is responsible for the formation of many churches throughout Africa and various parts of the world, including the United States. Ap Theo and Dr Beverley, along with over 1,300 Christian Family Church associates born from this ministry, have a memorandum of association with John G. Lake's Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa. This association now has more than 1,400 churches.

Church San Antonio was birthed. More than 2000 people call Christian Family Church San Antonio their home church, and the congregation has experienced many signs and wonders through the couple’s ministry.

 

Some time ago, the Lord led Ap Theo and Dr Beverley to found another church in America, and after many years of prayer and guidance from the Holy Spirit, Christian Family Church San Antonio was birthed. More than 2000 people call Christian Family Church San Antonio their home church, and the congregation has experienced many signs and wonders through the couple’s ministry.

 

Dr Theo also oversees more than 1,300 Christian Family Churches and over 80 Bible Colleges around the world, as well as many missionaries, evangelists, and travelling Bible teachers who have all been birthed from the Christian Family Church network.

 

Although Ap Theo and Dr Beverley reside in San Antonio, Texas, they travel to South Africa on a regular basis to oversee the church in Johannesburg. 

 

Dr Theo believes deeply in spending much time in prayer and God’s Word. The most important thing in his life is to know the will of God in all his decisions.

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DR
BEVERLEY WOLMARANS

Pastor Beverley, together with her husband Apostle Theo, established Christian Family Church International in September 1979 and has played a vital role in its growth and development. As a gifted preacher and encourager, Pastor Beverley shares the wisdom she has gained as a wife, mother, and grandmother with passion and practicality, often infused with her unique blend of humor and boldness. Through her own life experiences, she imparts messages of hope and encouragement.

 

Pastor Beverley is deeply committed to empowering and inspiring women to discover their true identity in Christ. She takes joy in seeing women embrace their unique purposes and journey in faith with confidence and joy, utilizing their God-given gifts to overcome challenges. She spearheads Significance, a women's movement that encourages and equips women to fulfill all that God has for them.

 

Before entering ministry, she studied at Christ for the Nations in Dallas, Texas. Pastor Beverley is also dedicated to championing the cause of orphans, particularly in Africa, where the need is most urgent. She enjoys visiting and bringing love and compassion to children whenever possible.

 

Apostle  Theo and Beverley Wolmarans are proud parents of daughters Natalie (married to Lance Key) and Candace (married to Travis Barnes), and they have been blessed with seven grandchildren .

Additionally, Apostle Theo’s eldest daughter, Shilo, is married to Paul Peska, and they reside in Australia with their two children.

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AP THEO & DR BEVERLEY WOLMARANS

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