I helgen kommer det att vara en viktig bönesamling i Geneve, Schweiz
Samlingen har fått namnet "The Call Geneva" Det är ingen konferens utan en samling där Guds folk samlas för bön och omvändelse, för lovsång och tillbedjan. Samlingen har föregåtts av 40 dagars fasta. Bed gärna för detta!
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History of The Call:
For over ten years, TheCall has gathered believers for prayer, fasting, repentance and sacrificial worship. TheCall solemn assemblies began in Washington, DC in 2000 gathering over 400,000 people to pray and fast for the United States. Since 2000, TheCall has gathered hundreds of thousands of people to pray both nationally and internationally.
We are honored that Lou Engle, Stacey Campbell, Sean Feucht and many other respected ministers will be coming to support The Call Geneva.
The Call Geneva is being hosted by Gateways Beyond Geneva. Partnering ministries include YWAM Suisse Romande, Campus Crusade for Christ and a growing number of Geneva area churches.
Supported by Réseau évangélique Suisse (RES) and Réseau évangélique de Genève.
Our vision is spiritual transformation in Geneva. The purpose of TheCall Geneva is to pray as a unified Body for God to restore righteousness and justice in Geneva and for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit that will spread throughout Switzerland and Europe.
Our desire is that this would not be just another event but a turning point in the atmosphere of this city, strengthening unity among the Body of Christ and releasing heavenly strategy to implement lasting change.
The spiritual wells of this city, sourced by ancient springs, are not dried up but blocked. How can the wells of revival flow again and be a source of life for the nations?
Rending our hearts, coming before the Lord in prayer and repentance are part of removing the things that offend that the wells of revival might flow again. To the churches in the book of Revelation, Jesus—though commending their good works—calls them to repent where they have grown cold, blind, tolerant of sin, and performing without love.
Let us rise up, gather together in the power of unity and repent on behalf of our city.
Our hope is not in an event, but in God who promises to hear when we pray and to heal our nation when we humble ourselves before Him.