Family Foundations - Africa

About Us

About Craig

Pastor Craig Hill and his wife, Jan, live near Denver, Colorado, USA. Craig and Jan give senior leadership to Family
Foundations International (FFI). FFI is a non-profit Christian ministry through which life-   changing seminars are conducted in many nations of the world. Craig has written several books, including his best seller, The Ancient Paths.

Through his past experience in business, missions, counselling and pastoral mincraig5istry, God has given Craig unique insight into marriage, family, financial and interpersonal relationships. This has resulted in his ability to identify for many people, root causes of relational conflict, compulsive habits, low self-esteem, workaholism, lack of financial provision and other undesirable life patterns, which are repeated from one generation to the next. By interweaving personal stories with biblical truths, God has anointed Craig to pierce through the veil of the mind to minister to the depths of the heart, resulting in real life change for many.

 

Family Foundations International – AFRICA  is a non-profit organisation and is under the spiritual covering of Shalom Fellowship in Greytown.

Leon & Marietjie Hartwig are responsible for the Leadership of FFI in South Africa as well the Training and Development of the ministry currently in 10 other Africa countries.

“Our Heart is to see families Restored and living in the fullness of God’s blessing that He intended for every person. Seeing every son and daughter fulfilling their destiny and their God ordained purpose for life.”

Leon & Marietjie have been involved with Family Foundations Int. since it was launched in South Africa in 1998. They were appointed as National Leaders for Southern Africa in 2005, and are currently the Continental Directors of FFI – Africa. They live in the Midlands of Kwa-Zulu Natal on a Beautiful Farm Vumelana ( which means “Place of Covenant”) from where they oversee the National Office of Family Foundations Southern Africa and the training and development currently of 10 African Countries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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