European Churches Revived: France’s Bible Seminar Sparks New Hope

Chairman Lee Manhee Testifies to Revelation

Chicago, Illinois Jun 19, 2024 ( - Chairman Lee Man-hee Testifies to Understanding of Revelation: Revival Among European Pastors 

At a critical time when Christianity in Europe faces a decline, the Bible Seminar hosted by Shincheonji Church of Jesus, the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony (hereinafter referred to as Shincheonji Church), drew over 7,000 participants, including more than 1,000 pastors. Chairman Lee Man-hee's video lecture emphasized the truth of Revelation, urging pastors to impart these teachings faithfully to their congregations. Pastor Delly Delphin Matondo remarked, "The teachings in the Book of Revelation were profound and astonishing. If invited to Korea, I would prepare my ticket immediately."

The seminar, part of the '2024 Bible Seminars by Continents' initiative, aims to reignite interest and understanding of biblical teachings amid modern societal challenges. Shincheonji Church plans to expand its educational outreach through the Zion Christian Mission Centers across Europe, responding to the growing interest in biblical prophecy. A church representative highlighted, "We are preparing to invite pastors from around the world to Korea for further Bible seminars. Our goal is to foster unity in understanding God's Word." For more insights, watch the seminar video on YouTube.

To watch the Seminar please visit this link: 2024 Shincheonjis Bible Seminars by Continent: Europe | Shincheonji Church of Jesus

To learn more about Shincheonji, visit its official website at or email [email protected] to connect with the Midwest branch of Shincheonji.

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