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Tinu George

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Tinu George
Born (1981-12-15) December 15, 1981 (age 37)
Home townKottarakkara
SpouseDr. Jeena Thomas
ChildrenJeremiah, Nehemiah
ParentsMr. Georgekutty, Mrs. Ponnamma George
Military service
ChurchEl- Shaddai Ministry
Senior posting

Tinu George is an Indian Evangelist and the founder and chairman of El- Shaddai Ministry and the Pastor of Jesus Is Alive Global Worship Centre. He is a tele-evangelist who preaches gospel in Indian Television Channels Surya TV, Asianet, Powervision TV, Harvest TV, Kaumudy TV etc. through Jesus is Alive TV Program. His ministry has 251 churches in 17 countries including UAE, Kuwait, UK, Australia, Israel and Bahrain.

Early life[edit | edit source]

Pr. John George (Tinu George) was born to Georgekutty and Ponnamma George, as the youngest of three sons in Aranmula Kochuveedu at Kottarakara on 15th Dec 1981.

He hailed from a traditional Marthomite family and all members of his family were active in Sunday School, Choir and other activities of the church. His mother was a pious woman and she was the motivating force in his prayer life.

During a Pentecostal prayer meeting at the age of seventeen, Pr. Tinu George decided to accept Jesus Christ as his personal saviour and took water baptism. Later in college days, he earned many of his friends for Jesus Christ. He dedicated his life for Jesus Christ and began to fast for long periods. During one of these fasting days, he attended a meeting of an anointed man of God and got baptized in Holy spirit. There he received the gift of healing.

He preached as an evangelist in many places after graduation. Later, while in the Middle East, in the year 2006, he was ordained as Pastor by the great man of God Rev. Dr. Roger Hosma, Atlanta, USA.[1]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Pastor Tinu George". malayalamchristiannetwork.com. Retrieved 9 November 2016.

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