Men’s Stories: Rugby Players For Jesus

Recently Ethan Black chatted with four prominent former rugby players who have teamed up again — to use rugby as a vehicle to extend the Kingdom of God. Andrew Johnson, a veteran of 129 matches for Eastern Province was inspired by the Holy Spirit to start Rugby Players For Jesus after sharing his testimony at a breakfast in Mossel Bay early last year. At their first event, in Gqeberha (PE) on October 28 last year — the day of the Rugby World Cup final — a panel of former Springbok and provincial players shared their testimonies with an audience of 250 people connected with rugby. In the interview which you can listen to below Andrew, former Springbok Hennie le Roux and ex-EP players China Bell and Gilleam van Zyl, share how God has been opening doors for Rugby Players for Jesus to minister in schools, to the police and at various events.

For more info:
Andrew Johnson:+27 84 320 9292
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61559212490195

Listen to the interview:


In the KingfisherFM studio, from the left, China Bell, Gilleam va Zyl Andrew Johnson, back, Hennie le Roux and Ethan Black

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