Canon J John Biography
The ultimate goal of Christianity is to spread the gospel to all corners of the world, to bring people to the knowledge of Jesus, and to prepare everyone for life after death. Canon J. John is one of the staunch Christians who made it their goal to spread the message to as many people as he can when he is alive.
He has managed to reach millions of people across 6 continents and more than 70 countries. He uses media channels like TBN and the internet to reach more people. J John is a British evangelist, writer, apologetic, and popular author. He is also the founder of Philo Trust.
Canon J John Age, Family and Wife
Canon J John is Greek in descendency but his date and place of birth is 2nd June 1958 London, England. He is the son of George and Helen Loannou, restaurant owners, who named him Lounnes Louannon, a Greek name that means John John. Canon was led to Christ by his old-time friend Reverend Andy Economides.
Since then, he has chosen to follow the Christian way of life. The international evangelist is married to Killadeas Anne and together they have three children Michael Jonn, a minister at St. Peter Vauxhall, Benjamin John, a member of General Synod and Sophia Vi, a prodigal son who became a transgender and left his birth name Simeon John-Wake.
Canon J John Education and Ministry
Initially, he was a culturally Greek Orthodox all through to college. He turned to Christianity when he was led to Christ. At that time, Canon J. John was studying Psychology at Hendon College in London. His conversion to Christianity led him to study theology at St. John’s Theological College. Knowledge about Christianity led him to do reconciliation work by volunteering to work at a local prison. He later started working as a Director of Evangelism at St. Nicholas’ Church in England. His position at the church led him to speak at Universities and Churches across the country.
He also started a foundation called Philo Trust that supported his ministry. He started at Nottingham but later moved to Chorleywood where the ministry grew and attracted other influential Christians like Christine Caine and Andrew White.
His sermons involved teaching simple topics like the Ten Commandments, which he titled Just 10. He later renamed it to Just One, a sermon that later translated to a movement that one time gathered people at the Emirates Stadium. He also started a series on UCB TV where he interviewed theologians, politicians, activist, and musicians. The series was also aired by TBN UK.
Canon J John Success
Canon J John has had a successful ministry since he was led to Christ by his friend. He has ministered to millions of people across the world. Canon is also an author of more than 60 books, which he started writing in 1988. He has also written articles in several journals and major media outlets like BBC News, Church Times, Sorted Magazines, and The Huffington Post.
Some of his popular books are The Happiness Secret: Finding True Contentment (2011), The Return: Grace and the Prodigal (2011)
just10 (2013) The Easter Story (2018) and Jesus Christ – The Truth (2019).
His work as a minister of the gospel has been recognized by influential people like George Carey, The Coventry Cathedral, and Bishop David Carr who ordained him to be a Perbyter and a Canon Missioner.
His life and dedication to the gospel have seen many people changing their lives and following Jesus. Canon is popular for sharing the gospel in a humorous and engaging way. His passion for the gospel can be echoed by other people like Lou Engle.
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Evangelist and Author
Net Worth: perhaps $10 million
Height: 5 feet and 6 inches