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Jenie Oliver Knott-Craig returning to Graaff-Reinet with her music ministry

Jenie Oliver Knott-Craig will be returning to Graaff-Reinet with her music ministry at the Trinity Methodist Church on Sunday, 21 March at 09:00.

Jenie is an accomplished Cape Town musician who turned her musical talents into an effective ministry, inspiring hope and salvation through the spreading of God’s Word.

Jenie Oliver Knott-Craig
Jenie Oliver Knott-Craig. Photo: Supplied

Jenie and her late husband Derek took their “Cross Plus Nothing” Ministry country wide and ministered in Graaff-Reinet and surrounds on a number of occasions. After Derek passed away in 2019, Jenie felt that God had called her to continue with the ministry and she has since performed in the Western Cape and East London.

Jenie now performs solo on the Keyboard/Piano with which she feels a lot more comfortable.

During lockdown Jenie continued her ministry with more emphasis online, via her Facebook page and whatsapp, providing daily inspirational messages, counselling and prayer support to whomever was lead to her.

Her weekly music video, posted each Saturday morning, has been a lifeline to many people worldwide suffering from the effects of lockdown.

Due to the COVID-19 regulations Jenie has not been able to minister/perform live since early 2020 and is looking forward to ministering in Graaff-Reinet, a town that has touched her heart.

Jenie remarried and she and her husband David will be stopping over in Swellendam (Tuesday, 16  March) and Wilderness (Wednesday, 17 March) en-route to Graaff-Reinet, where she will have the privilege of sharing a message of hope and salvation in word and song.

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