The ministry of John & Bron Fergusson
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John & Bron’s Story
John was born in 1947 into a farming family near
Salisbury, UK. He gained an Honours degree in
Agriculture at Reading University and in 1969 emigrated
to New Zealand, where he met his New Zealand wife,
Bron, from Hawera, Taranaki.
After three years they returned to England to run
the family farm.
The Lord intervenes
They became Christians in 1979, attending a local
church. John was baptised in the Holy Spirit in 1984 in
the big tent of German evangelist, Reinhard Bonnke in Soweto, South Africa. They began
home groups and Bible weekends. Six years later they sold the farm to move into full-time
They worked as international campaign directors for Bonnke’s team Christ for all Nations
(CfaN) for seven years, organising gospel events around the world.
After they left CfaN, they led their local church, coordinated the local pastors’
network, and founded a charity supporting orphans in India. Bron led the worship in
regular gospel meetings, and many were healed.
They founded JF Ministries in 2003. John began Schools of Healing, to encourage the
‘ordinary’ believer to pray for the sick. Over 50,000 have been trained in these schools
around the world, and thousands more healed including some wonderful miracles under
the hands of complete beginners.
In 2005, John & Bron moved to Auckland, New Zealand and now worship at LIFE. In
2006 they spent 6 months in Rwanda assisting Hope:Rwanda, now Hope:Global. John first
visited Nepal in 2007, and returned there twice a year for thirteen years.
John has written and published many books and booklets, and edited several other
successful books, magazines and newsletters. He is currently working on a series about
John has preached in gospel campaigns all over the world, during which tens of
thousands have been saved. He has lectured in several Bible Colleges and still travels
extensively teaching on healing and evangelism.
John & Bron have no children. They live outside Auckland, and enjoy gardening,
reading, and wildlife.