At Boshoff

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At Boshoff
Religion Christianity, Word of Faith
Church Christian Revival Church
Nationality South African
Born Adam Boshoff
Spouse Nyretta Boshoff[1]
Children 3[1]
Religious career
Post Senior pastor

Adam "At" Boshoff is the senior pastor of CRC (Christian Revival Church). He is an executive member of the International Federation of Christian Churches (IFCC).[1]

Early life[edit]

Born in 1964, At Boshoff grew up in Bloemfontein and attended the boys school Grey College. In 1986 At decided to go into ministry and did 3 years of bible school at his local church. He was later involved with youth outreaches in his hometown Bloemfontein, and missionary trips into Africa.


Together with his wife Nyretta, At founded Christian Revival Church (CRC) in Ladybrand which led to the established CRC Bloemfontein, in 1994.

CRC Pretoria and CRC Johannesburg, along with 90 national and international CRC churches, are part of CRC Bloemfontein. CRC Pretoria was launched in 2004 and moved into their 6500-seat building in 2014.

At Boshoff is on the Senior National Executive Board for the I.F.C.C. (International Federation of Christian Churches), under the Presidency of Ray McCauley. He is seen weekly on TBN, CTV and Rhema TV.

CRC claims to have seen more than 500,000 people come through its doors. They claim to see more than 500 people a week make first-time decisions[citation needed] in their weekly services. This is notable as the city of Bloemfontein has a population of only 600,000 people.[2]

CRC has many churches, so Bloemfontein isn't the only city that filled the 500,000 figure...

Books and media[edit]

At Boshoff has authored and released two books: Dream Stealers (2003) and Live a Yes Life (2008).[3] He has preached at large churches & conferences in USA, Europe, Australia, South America etc. His TV program, Discover Life, is also broadcast on major South African networks i.e. Rhema TV, TBN (an international satellite Christian broadcaster) and on CTV.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c Adam Boshoff.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-04-15. Retrieved 2009-05-11. 
  3. ^ Live a Yes! Life. Struik Christian Media. Retrieved on 2015-11-28.