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“Venezuela, your time of freedom has arrived”, the pastor said at the begining of the march. The military prosecutor ordered his arrest for “crimes of misuse of decoration and disobedience”.
Three million evangelicals took the streets of Sao Paulo to share the gospel and “cry out for Brazil, for the families, for the end of corruption, for the afflicted hearts”.
French Christians got together to pray, give Bibles, and share the gospel. “It is a privilege to freely testify publicly about our faith”, organisers said.
Groups of hooded protesters threw stones against the crowd. “The people started to run, there were babies, children crying, it was a chaos”, explains one of the mothers attending the march.
Evangelicals from churches in the region gathered for a March for Jesus and a Gospel music concert in the city centre.
Thousands of Guatemalan and Ecuadorian Christians marched to highlight faith in God as the solution to difficult situations of their countries.
This year the march for Jesus will focus on defending life and family.
The annual event organised by evangelical churches of many denominations used the opportunity to pray for the country.
Under the slogan #IfoundmyKing, Brazilian evangelical churches celebrated the 25th anniversary of the country's biggest religious gathering. Politicians and football players support the march.
At least 10,000 Christians celebrated faith in Jesus. Believers marched thourgh central streets of Vienna.
Hundreds of evangelical Christians from many denominations marched in Madrid (Spain) to pray for their city, the authorities and asking God to bring hope to its society. Many gathered in other cities on June, 11.
Organisers say 3 million attended the “biggest event organised by Christians in the world.” National media describe it as a “Christian carnival.”
Around 600,000 evangelical Christians and a good number of Catholics gathered in a festive atmosphere, to pray for the country.
12.000 march for Jesus in Madrid, and at least 8,000 participated in the Festival of prayer and music that followed.
The march brought together thousands of French evangelicals, in a festive atmosphere, after many years without organising such an event.