Thu, 6/8/23 - Sun, 6/11/23 Schützenhalle Lüdenscheid, Lüdenscheid
Start: 7:00 pm
End: Sun, 6/11/23
FCJG Überkonfessionelle Dienste e.V.
Wislader Weg 9
God's heart burns for Africa and just as much for every African! We meet them everywhere in Europe and we believe that God has literally called African missionaries here to preach the Gospel everywhere. God has given Africans something that we Europeans desperately need.
Therefore, we want to say: We Europeans need the Africans and are thankful from the bottom of our hearts for standing with you as God's people! We want to thank you for coming to Europe as missionaries and honor you for it. Now is the time to proclaim the Gospel together - side by side - in Europe, in Africa and in many other nations. We need one another to carry out the mission of God.
Throughout the Africa Conference, we want to gather in the presence of God, to be filled and equipped with the love of Jesus, with the power and fire of the Holy Spirit. He wants to bring people from different denominations and nations together ... with one goal: That Jesus may be magnified in Europe and Africa and to the ends of the earth. That the kingdom of God may be visible in us and displayed in power through our lives! Thus we invite you to this kingdom conference!
There is no child care or a special children’s program organized by the conference host throughout the conference. Parents are welcome to bring their children, but need to take care of them themselves.
Thu, June 8, 7.00 pm - Walter Heidenreich
Fri, June 9, 10.00 am - Ps. Richard Aidoo
Fri, June 9, 2.30 pm - Carolyn Figlioli
Fri, June 9, 7.00 pm - Walter Heidenreich
Sat, June 10, 10.00 am - Ps. Sunday Adelaja
Sat, June 10, 2.30 pm - Ps. Suprise Sithole
Sat, June 10, 7.00 pm - Ps. Sunday Adelaja
Sun, June 11, 10.00 am - Walter Heidenreich
Venue: Schützenhalle Lüdenscheid
Reckenstr. 6, 58511 Lüdenscheid, Germany
Parking: there is sufficient parking in front of the venue
Public transport: Unfortunately, the Schützenhalle is not very well accessible by public transport! The most favorable connection is from the train station Lüdenscheid with the bus line 41 (direction Eichholz) to the stop "Wilhelmstraße". From there it is a 10-minute-walk to the Schützenhalle Lüdenscheid.
By purchasing a ticket, you agree to be filmed and recorded as part of the audience. Photos or films can be published in print media as well as on social media and the internet.
The venue operates a restaurant. In addition, there is a snack stand in the foyer. Lüdenscheid's pedestrian zone is just a few minutes walk away with a selection of restaurants and eateries, snack bars, bakeries, etc.
Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to assist with accommodation. The nearest hotel - "Hotel Stadt Lüdenscheid" - is 5 minutes walk away. Directly in town are the “Hotel zur Altstadt”, “Gasthof Pretz” and “Hotel Schillers” - all about 14 minutes walk away. For any further information we refer to the website of the city of Lüdenscheid.
The Africa Conference will be held in German and English. In addition, French will be offered as simultaneous translation. Additional translations may be provided in case of urgent need.
Ticket cancellation is possible under the following conditions:
- Up to 6 weeks before the conference:
Retention of 30% of the ticket price and the pre-sale booking fee.
- From 6 weeks before the conference:
Retention of 50% of the ticket price and the pre-sale booking fee
- From 2 weeks before the conference:
Retention of 100% (no refund possible anymore)
Walter Heidenreich, President of FCJG Lüdenscheid and HELP International e.V.
Walter Heidenreich gave his life to Jesus in the midst of the Jesus People movement and since he has been striving for one thing only: preaching the Gospel everywhere and demonstrating the kingdom of God in power. Walter preaches the full, uncompromising gospel, and his ministry is marked by healings, signs and wonders and his apostolic anointing for the nations. Walter loves people - especially young people. He invests in the younger generation and trains them to do the works of Jesus and likewise proclaim and demonstrate the kingdom of God in power. Walter is married to Irene and author of several books, among which his autobiography - "Help - I Need Somebody" - is probably his best known.
Sunday Adelaja is a Nigerian born leader, thinker, philosopher, transformation strategist, pastor, author and innovator who lives in Kiev, Ukraine.
At 19, he won a scholarship to study in the former Soviet Union. He completed his master’s program in Belorussia State University with distinction in journalism. At 33, he had built the largest evangelical church in Europe – The Embassy of the Blessed Kingdom of God for All Nations.
Sunday Adelaja is one of the few individuals in our world who has been privileged to speak in the United Nations, Israeli Parliament, Japanese Parliament and United States Senate. The movement he pioneered has been instrumental in reshaping lives of people in the Ukraine, Russia and about 50 other nations where he has his branches, with over a 100,000 followership. In Ukraine alone, his ministry has been credited to have helped over 40,000 people recover from drugs and alcohol addiction. His congregation, which consists of 99% white Europeans, is a cross-cultural model of the church for the 21st century.
His life mission is to advance the kingdom of God on earth by raising a generation of history makers who will live for a cause larger, bigger and greater than themselves. Those who will live like Jesus and transform every sphere of society in every nation as a model of the kingdom of God on earth. His economic empowerment program has succeeded in raising over 200 millionaires in the short period of three years.
Sunday Adelaja is the author of over 300 books, many of which are translated into several languages including Russian, English, French, Chinese, German, etc. His work has been widely reported by world media outlets such as: The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Associated Press, Reuters, CNN, BBC, German, Dutch and French national television stations.
Pastor Sunday is happily married to his “Princess” Bose Dere-Adelaja. They are blessed with three children: Perez, Zoe and Pearl.
New Life Church, Düsseldorf (Germany)
Pastor Richard Aidoo, born in Ghana, is the head pastor of New Life Church, an international congregation in Düsseldorf (Germany). Since its foundation in 1990, Pastor Richard Aidoo's vision has been to build a house of prayer for all nations. Currently, people from over 50 nations come together in the church to worship, pray and fellowship.
Iris Global Mosambik
Surprise "Supressa" Sithole was called by the Lord Jesus Christ at a young age of 15 when the Lord told him to leave everything behind, follow Jesus and preach the Gospel wherever he went. Leaving his family and all possession, he took up his cross to follow the Lamb wherever He goes and has never looked back since.
In 1997, God sovereignly connected Surprise with Heidi and Rolland Baker of Iris Ministries. Surprise now serves as the International Director of Pastors for Iris Ministries where he helps oversee the rapidly spreading revival in southern African which has witnesses close to 7,000 new churches being birthed since 2000.
Surprise loves Jesus more than life itself. This all consuming passion drives him to the darkest and most unreached areas of the world with one desire alone - to see the glory of the Lord cover the earth as the waters cover the sea (Hab. 2:14). With a special impartation to catalyze revival fire all over the world, Surprise is often sent by the Bakers to stir an unquenchable hunger for Jesus and the harvest. Surprise is married to Trythina, and they have three sons. The Sitholes live in Nelspruit, South Africa where they direct the work of Iris Africa and Partners in Harvest.
Iris Global, South Sudan and Uganda
When civil war escalated in South Sudan in 2016, Carolyn Figlioli together with 150 children left in her care was in between the warring parties. Without any help and support of locals who had fled for fear, she had to find a way to get the children out of South Sudan and at the same time had to fight with a government that didn’t want to let her and the children go. Carolyn has changed sides – from a middle-class American upbringing she moved to the garbage dumps and the humid jungle of South Sudan. She experienced real-life adventures and miracles of God and is acquainted with mysterious witch doctors as well as with children who have severely suffered from civil war. All of this might push you to despair … however, there is Jesus whom she follows step by step … Carolyn is heading up the ministry of Iris in South Sudan and in Uganda where amongst others she is in charge of the Children’s Village – a place where orphaned and neglected children find a loving home and encounter their heavenly Father.