Bob Judelsohn, a Cape Tonian by birth, is 54 years old. He lives in Bryanston and is employed at Portman Wealth, a multi-family office, offering unique financial services solutions to families. He is married to Liesl and they have two children; a daughter, Kelley, and a son, Nicholas.
Bob became a Christian in 1976 at the age of 14. He was fortunate to have grown up in a Christian home, and was involved in the local Bellville Presbyterian Church for many years. In 1987, he moved up to Johannesburg and joined Rosebank Union Church where he was involved in various leadership roles, including being part of the formation of the Twenties Group. It was here that he began to lead worship, as well as various Alpha Groups and Home Church bible studies. In 1994, under the watchful eye of Monty Sholund, he enrolled at the Rosebank Bible College and completed two years of enriching biblical teaching.
In 2001, he and Liesl were transferred to Geneva, Switzerland, where they lived for five years. During this time they were involved in leading worship at Westlake Church in Nyon. In 2007 they returned to South Africa and joined BBC in 2008. Bob has since been involved in leading Alpha and Bible 101 courses.
He enjoys all forms of sport, and is a proud Stormers supporter. His main hobby is wine collecting and sharing the spoils and a meal with family and friends.