Daniel Kolenda is the President of ‘Christ of all Nations’, a fifth-generation preacher, a modern evangelist and much-loved international speaker. He studied at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida, as well as at the Brownsville School of Ministry in Pensacola, Florida. Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke appointed him as his successor several years ago, to lead the ministry of CfaN into the future.
Peter Wenz has been head pastor of the “Stuttgart Gospel Forum’ since 1984, a swiftly growing charismatic church. Along with his service in the local churches, he also often travels to minister. Amongst other things, he leads a network of different churches and Christian ministries in over 20 countries. His core message is the love and goodness of God, the necessity for an authentic, consistent lifestyle, the social responsibility of Christians in this world, and the importance of unity in the Body of Christ.
Todd White is likewise a well-known international speaker. He was a drug addict and an atheist before he was set free from his addictions by Jesus Christ. It is his goal to encourage people grow in their own unique personalities and to demonstrate that the Spirit of God wants to work actively in every Christian, allowing them to live a Christian lifestyle in every moment and in every place.
From 1980 to 1996, Suzette worked for Christ for all Nations, and was Reinhard Bonnke’s co-evangelist. Later, she founded ‘Voice in the City’, together with Gayle Claxton, an international missions organization. The ministry’s goal is to reach lost and broken-hearted people with the Gospel, no matter what life situation these people find themselves in, or what paths they’ve walked in the past. A significant part of their ministry is healing, where God has used Suzette mightily in signs and wonders.
|Session 1: Speaker||19:30|
|Session 2: Speaker
|Session 3: Speaker
with Kids Festival (6-12 years)
|Session 4: Speaker
|Session 5: Speaker
with Kids Festival (6-12 years)
|Session 6: Speaker
Childcare for children (6-12 years)
There are 600 parking places available at the venue. Parking places are accessed from the entrance to 1 Braamkamp. We recommend public transport as the most relaxed way to arrive. When purchasing an entry ticket for the event, the HVV Ticket for public transport in Hamburg is already included in the price.
Plan your route with the HVV here:HVV public transport
Food and beverages will be available for purchase in the hall.
The rooms are accessible for people with physical disabilities.
‘Christ for all Nations’ is unable to help with finding hotels or other accommodation, or with any visa applications.
Our deepest thanks for your support. Through the ministry of Christ for all Nations, millions of people have already come to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
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The purchase of a ticket is required for all events. Tickets online until 10.05.2019. After that at the door, if tickets are still available.
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|At the venue|
|Teens und Students||*€29,-||*€39,-||*€49,-|
Tickets for kidsSOLD OUTKids (6–12 years)
|1 child € 15
more € 5*
|Small children (0–5 years)||free||free|
*Plus reservation charges