Photo feature: European Prayer Breakfast in light of conflict in Israel
This year's European Prayer Breakfast stood in the light of the conflict in Israel and Gaza.
The yearly EPB was in the European Parliament on Wednesday morning. The yearly event has usually a theme that has to do with the geopolitical situation. Last year, it was Ukraine. This year Israel and Gaza.
The Palestinian Dr Jack Sara, director of Bethlehem Bible College, stressed that the Christian community in the Holy Land is the oldest Christian community on the world.
Most touching was the testimony straight from the kibbutz in Israel about the terrorist attack on October 7th.
The Christian Member of the Knesset, Sharren Haskel, asked attention for the persecution of Christians all over the planet.
The German TV presenter Andrea Ballschuh lived 50 years without God, she said, until she watched The Chosen series. That brought her to the love of Jesus.
The JenliSisters gave good music.
Also other faith traditions were invited to speak at the prayer breakfast.
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