I grew up in South Africa in a home filled with love, laughter and Jesus. I accepted the Lord as Saviour when I was five years old and never took my eyes off Him. While studying law at the University of Johannesburg, I tagged along when my mother attended a crusade of Ev. Reinhard Bonnke of Christ for all Nations (CfaN) in Nigeria. There, God confronted me with the reason for which I was born: crusade evangelism. And so, I jumped head-first into the calling. While I finished my studies, I registered In His Name Ministries and started preaching in the schools. Soon, I held my first crusade on a university campus. Once I graduated, I crusaded in community halls and tents. Then, as the Lord built a team around me and our crowds grew in size, open-air became the norm. Today, tens of thousands surrender all to Jesus in our meetings across Africa. Heaven touches earth in every service. Miracles manifest, demons flee and believers are filled with Holy Spirit power. Entire communities are shaken by the Gospel and left forever changed. Apart from our crusades, I minister in churches around the world, setting the captives free and equipping the Body of Christ to do likewise. I live in Cape Town with my husband, André Britz, a man without whom I could not do what I do. I drink black coffee, write best when on aeroplanes, have a fetish for cafés and relax by reading the New Testament in Biblical Greek. In short, I am a simple evangelist, living simply for Jesus.