Angus Buchan on Family (DVD)
"The Christian family is and has always been the strength of a nation."
“People often ask me what my qualifications are as a preacher and I always say, I’m the husband of one wife, five children, nine grandchildren and twenty-seven adopted children. How are things with your family? It concerns me that the family unit is disintegrating before our very eyes. Family is everything to me and do you know what, it’s everything to God. So I trust that you are going to enjoy these messages and that they are going to make a difference in your family. May God bless you.” - Angus Buchan
- Precious to God
- Christ is the Head
- The Godly Family (Part 1)
- The Godly Family (Part 2)
About Angus Buchan
Angus Buchan was originally a Zambian maize and cattle farmer of Scottish descent who started farming in Zambia but was forced to sell everything and move to Greytown, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa in 1976 due to political unrest in Zambia.
In 1980 he started the Shalom Ministries to preach in his local community. Over time he has become a full-time evangelist while the farm is now being run mostly by both his sons.
In 1998 Angus wrote a book about his life, Faith Like Potatoes, the book was turned into a film of the same title in 2006. Angus Buchan's Ordinary People is a 2012 semi-biographical film that tells the story of the growth of Buchan's ministry from the 1970s to the present, and that of three fictional characters whose lives are changed after attending one of his conferences.
|Running Time||80 min|