Jarrod Davidoff was born on 15 December 1972 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
He was born Jewish, to both Jewish parents and attended Synagogue where he was taught to follow the Jewish religion and laws of Moses.
When Jarrod was only eight years old, his father suffered a stroke which left him crippled for life and not able to ever speak again. His father's friends and family quickly deserted him and gave up visiting him and he remained in this condition until his death when Jarrod was 19 years of age.
Jarrod was no stranger to pain. At school he was targeted by a gang of bullies that tormented him daily. They would beat, spit and swear at him and constantly embarrass him in class by ridiculing him.
After graduating from school he went on to complete his one year compulsory national military service. During this time he was again persecuted and targeted by his anti-semetic, racist aggressors. He was often threatened with death and violence. After completing his military service, Jarrod began searching for the true meaning to life. Then tragedy struck - his dad died!
That Wonderful Day
At twenty years of age, after a series of life events, Jarrod began to research if Jesus was the promised Messiah to the Jewish people. Jarrod finally received Jesus as his personal Lord and Messiah. He identified with the redemptive work of Salvation that Jesus went through, to take away his sins and became a child of God.
His Family's Reaction
Most of his family rejected him because of his faith, yet despite this, he has shared the gospel with most of them. He was taken to numerous Rabbis, in an attempt to win him back to Judaism, yet the hand of the Lord was upon him to guide him and protect him. Growing up in a Jewish community had its share of challenges, but Jarrod rose to the occasion and was always compassionate and passionate in sharing his message.
Total : 187 City wide Campaigns conducted from 1996 - 19 March 2014
3 212 School Campaigns conducted from 2002 - 19 March 2014
186 Old Age Homes conducted till 19 March 2014
Total : About 2 356 941 people reached in person from 1996 to 19 March 2014
2013: JOHANNESBURG, DURBAN and PRETORIA
65 School Campaigns have been conducted so far.
2012: GREATER JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
310 School Campaigns have been conducted
2011: GREATER JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
215 School Campaigns conducted in 2011
28 Retirement Home Outreaches conducted in 2011
USA: 11 School Campaigns in Orange County and Los Angeles
2010: GREATER CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
GREATER JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
162 School Campaigns conducted in 2010
62 Retirement Home Outreaches conducted in 2010
2009: GREATER CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
516 School Campaigns conducted in 2009
47 Retirement Home Outreaches conducted in 2009
2008: GREATER CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA
NORTH WEST PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA
551 School Campaigns were conducted in 2008
2007: SOUTH AFRICA
282 School Campaigns conducted in 2007
2006: SOUTH AFRICA
225 School Campaigns conducted in 2006
2005: SOUTH AFRICA
2 x Gold Coast
214 School Campaigns conducted in 2005
2004: SOUTH AFRICA
SOWETO, SOUTH AFRICA
221 School Campaigns conducted in 2004
2003: SOUTH AFRICA
52 School Campaigns conducted in 2003
2002: SOUTH AFRICA
67 School Campaigns conducted in 2002
2001: SOUTH AFRICA
2000: SOUTH AFRICA
11 x Johannesburg Inner -City
Rand Afrikaans University
1999: SOUTH AFRICA
11 x Johannesburg Inner-City Campaigns
1998: SOUTH AFRICA
11 x Johannesburg Inner -City Campaigns
1997: SOUTH AFRICA
10 x Johannesburg Inner -City Campaigns
1996: SOUTH AFRICA
Johannesburg Inner -City
Countries Campaigned in: 1. U.S.A. 2. South Africa 3. Swaziland 4. Botswana 5.Australia 6. Nigeria 7. Papua New Guinea 8. Singapore