Peter Kremeruk was born in a non-Christian family of Odessa Jew in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. He came to Christ in 1992 and began attending a church founded by Presbyterian missionaries from South Korea. After 8 years, Peter Kremeruk planted a new church, which he still leads to this day. In 2001, he was ordained to pastoral service through pastors and missionaries from South Korea. After his studies at Oral Roberts University, he founded and graduated from the Faculty of Pastoral School in Tashkent (Uzbekistan) under the Evangelical Alliance of Uzbekistan. In 2013, he was invited to lead the Evangelical Alliance of Uzbekistan. In early 2014, Peter Kremeruk founded the Disciple Making Movement (DMM) in Central Asia, which has grown to more than 350 churches and groups. In 2019, he founded the Central Asian Evangelical Alliance with a team of pastors.
Peter is married with three children.