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Worshippers at the Vineyard Speyer, the venue of the event, which brings African Christians and their German brethrens together to promote the unity of the Body of Christ in the country / Photo: Vineyard Speyer e.V.

African and German Christians to come together in Speyer

A Christian revival event, bringing African Christians and their German brethrens together, will take place in the south-western town of Speyer on 1 May.

The one-day gathering, christened Arise Africa, is to inspire Christians to rededicate themselves to the teaching of Jesus Christ and take up the task of spreading His word in Germany.

Arise Africa calls on Africans to be united with the Germans to accomplish His purpose in the Land (Germany) that He has sent them to,” Pastor Frank Idiaru, co-organiser of the event, said.

Pastor Frank Idiaru, co-organiser of the event / Photo: Vineyard Speyer e.V.


“We want to inspire people to be ready and be in place, so that a great harvest of souls can be added to the Family of God in Germany,” he explained.

“God is preparing His people in Europe for a great outpouring of His spirit. Everywhere people are praying and fasting for a great awakening in Europe,” added Joan Idiaru, co-organiser and wife of Pastor Idiaru.

“Thus Arise Africa is an awakening call to Africans in Germany to get connected to the people of the Land as one body in Christ to bring about this great outpouring of His spirit in Europe,” she said.

The event, whose theme is “Be a Blessing for the Land”, is organized by Pastor Frank and Mrs Joan Idiaru under the leadership of Vineyard Speyer where they are members.

Sola Jolaoso

Event: Arise Africa 
Date: 1 May 2017
Venue: Vineyard Speyer e.V
Zum Schlangenwühl 30, 67346 Speyer, Germany
www.vineyard-speyer.org

For more information, contact:
Pastor Frank and Mrs Joan Idiaru
Tel.:  +4915201708253, +4915735762004
Email: foppp5@yahoo.com

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