BTJ Voices of Persecuted Conference KICKS OFF STRONG
Yesterday was a phenomenal beginning to a great weekend! Several hundred people from around the world turned out, as as Brother Yun and Isaac Liu from China, Naghmeh Panahi from Iran, and Mariam Ibraheem from Sudan spoke.
For the first time in our history, BTJ is hosting The VOICES OF THE PERSECUTED CHURCH CONFERENCE to highlight the testimonies of underground house church leaders from China, the Middle East and Africa.
Today in Dallas, Texas, is our final day of meetings. It has been an amazing time of sitting at the feet of the persecuted church and learning the lessons they were taught during times of intense persecution. This has been a time that was desperately needed and might never happen again.
“I have been looking forward to these meetings for several months,” said one family that came in from Ohio. “We booked our tickets early so that we would be certain to get seats!”
The meetings kicked off with a time of fellowship with a Texas style BBQ where everyone got to spend time with the speakers. Brother Yun and Pastor Isaac Liu spent much of the time in personal prayer with people attending the conference. “These people are so hungry,” Brother Yun said. “They are hungry for heavenly bread and I can tell that it is more important for them to pray together than eat.”
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