Angus Buchan

Angus Buchan is coming to New Zealand August 2020

Angus Buchan is a South African farmer whose simple faith and remarkable story has inspired hundreds of thousands of men to recommit their lives to God. In 2006, his life-story was made into a movie, Faith Like Potatoes.

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 1978 due to political unrest in that country.

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.

Angus' Mighty Men Conferences, organised by Shalom trust, is a Christian gathering of men. It began with only 40 people and grew exponentially by the 6th time it was held gathering more than 200,000 in 2009 and by its 7th and final conference the following year (2010) seated more than 400,000.

Angus currently presents a 30 minute TV show, Grassroots, mostly filmed from his own farm.

He is also a full time evangelist, speaking around the globe, and has recently taken his Mighty Men Conferences to the USA as well.

 

 

Angus Buchan Events

Auckland: Friday 28 August and Saturday 29 August 2020 - keynote speaker at PK Auckland Event.

More details and events to come.

Subject to change.

You can also email us [here] or phone 0800 PROMISE (77 66 47)

Angus Buchan, South Africa