Ministry leaders meet in Jerusalem

More than 150 pastors from 20 nations, including such countries as Malaysia and both Koreas, were hosted at Yad Vashem.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 30, 2019 04:59
ICEJ Envision at Yad Vashem

ICEJ Envision at Yad Vashem. (photo credit: COURTESY ICEJ/JANI SALOKANGAS)

 
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More than 150 pastors from 20 nations, including such countries as Malaysia and both Koreas, were hosted at Yad Vashem on Tuesday as part of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem’s annual “Envision” conference.

The gathering for ministry leaders within the ICEJ’s global movement is held each year around International Holocaust Remembrance Day, to better familiarize them with Israel’s biblical and modern history and to build understanding for the current challenges facing the Jewish state and people.

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