Multiracial family goals: South African pastor baptises his 3 beautiful African daughters

Multiracial family goals: South African pastor baptises his 3 beautiful African daughters

A South African pastor shared the precious moments he baptised his three daughters online.

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Bert Pretorius is the founder of 3C Ministries, "a dynamic, multi-racial, multi-site, vibrant and fast-growing church with over 25,000 members in South Africa".

Pretorius often shares photos of his beautiful, multiracial family online, and the pics of him baptising his three daughters are just heartwarming.

"Today was an extremely special day as our three daughters were baptized. We are SO proud of them as they serve Jesus wholeheartedly and today followed Him through the waters of baptism. Best family day celebration ever! #caitlynevie #jordanbernice #madisonamanda", he captioned the post.

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The post was praised by his followers, of which he has over a million on Facebook.

"Praised God , for wonderful decision the have made through baptism , may God blessed them in his Kingdom in Jesus Name", Lam John Dau commented.

Another follower, Gina Bacsal, said she was blessed to see his family serving God.

Just by looking at Pretorius' social media accounts, it is evident his family and God is extremely important to him.

"So thankful to God for his blessing upon our family. #Familymatters - it matters to God, and should matter to us all. To do this, we need the extravagant love of God to help us love and care for one another. This week we continue our series #familymatters", he captioned an Instagram post.

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