Bittner/Pearce Reconciliation Service 11 Aug

The Forgotten People

July 9, 2009
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Ted Pearce’s video.

Watch, and be moved.


What Is My Part in Reconciliation?

July 9, 2009
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Six Million Jews were murdered under the Nazi leadership of Germany.  These 8 years in the 1930s and 40s culminated decades of antisemitism throughout Europe.  It was a sin the kind of which is “visited upon the children to the third and fourth generation.”

In the German city of Tubingen, where many former Nazis and SS members came from, Pastor Jobst Bittner noticed a spiritual darkness, and led his congregation to confess the sin of their families, their ancestors and their communities.  The results have been dramatic.

In the process, they discovered Messianic worship leader Ted Pearce.  When he toured the region a few years ago, he found the congregation knew his music.  That began a valuable collaboration.

Pastor Jobst Bittner will preach and Messianic worship leader Ted Pearce will lead services of Reconciliation and worship at 2 Hampton Roads locations on August 11 and 12, 2009.

On August 11, 2009 they will lead a service of Worship and Reconciliation at Liberty Baptist Church, 1021 Big Bethel Road in Hampton, Virginia. B’nai Avraham Messianic Fellowship is the host. The service will start at 7pm.

On August 12, they will continue the services at Congregation Zion’s Sake, which meets at the World Outreach Worship Center, 1233 Shields Road, Newport News, VA, also at 7pm. The telephone for Zion’s Sake is 757 874 3303

The public is invited to both services.

Expect the Spirit to move you.

Pastor Bittner’s Church is TOS in Tubingen, Germany

For information on Ted Pearce, visit his website.