Prayer March for Persecuted Christians

On May 17th there will be a prayer march for persecuted Christians in Orlando, Florida. Among the speakers at the rally after the march will be Sister Hatune Dogan and Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff.

In the following video, the Rev. Bruce Lieske of Burning Bush Ministries provides some background on the worldwide persecution of Christians — primarily, but not entirely, at the hands of Muslims:

Rev. Lieske sends these details on the event:

Prayer March for Persecuted Christians Orlando, FL May 17

Location:   Lake Eola Park, at the Forum (opposite Panera Bread)
Date:   Saturday, May 17, 2014
Time:   6:30-9:00 PM
Conclusion:   Trinity Lutheran Church, 123 E. Livingston 8-9 PM
Speakers:   Sister Hatune Dogan, Elizabeth Sabaditsch Wolff, Mrs. Julie Dass, and others from Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Iran, and Europe
Cost:   Free and Open To The Public
Dress:   March will cover 1 mile so wear comfortable shoes.
Speakers:   If you can’t physically do the walk go to Trinity Lutheran Church before 8 PM to hear our international speakers and prayer service.
Parking:   Free covered parking across street from Trinity Lutheran Church, 123 E. Livingston (Park there and walk to muster area at the park.)

The march will begin at 6:30 PM, East end of Lake Eola Park, at the Forum opposite Panera Bread [“S” on map], proceeding along the South end of Lake Eola, Northward on Rosalind, concluding with a prayer rally at Trinity Lutheran Church, 123 E. Livingston Street [“F” on map].

8 PM, at Trinity Lutheran Church, we will have International speakers from Europe, Egypt, Syria, and Pakistan sharing their personal accounts of Christian persecution.

A 2014 Pew Study reports, Christians are the most persecuted group in the world. In 2013, a Vatican spokesman reported 100,000 Christians are murdered each year.

Churches are regularly burned in Nigeria, Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Indonesia, and Iraq. Christian pastors have been jailed and beheaded.

Our Prayer March is not political, but rather an appeal to God and humanity to stop the desecration of human life.

Churches and other interested organizations are invited to participate.

Signage and candles will be provided by Burning Bush Ministries who is sponsoring this event.

Contact Bruce Lieske or Alan Kornman at for more info.

It is time for Christians of all sects, and all people of conscience, to speak up for Christians being violently persecuted in North Korea, Middle East, North Africa, and anywhere else this violence is taking place.

The Prayer March For Persecuted Christians is a Clarion call for the Clergy in the United States to speak out for the voiceless.

Join us on May 17 in Orlando, FL to give voice to the voiceless.

Thank you and see you on May 17, 2014 in Orlando, FL.

12 thoughts on “Prayer March for Persecuted Christians

  1. It takes great bravery for this man Rev Bruce Lieske to put his beliefs on the line. Thank you.

    • Praise God wish I could be there or there was a march in my town. Amen

  2. So nobody cares. Nobody cares about the cruxifixions of Christians? How they cricify Jesus Chsist again. This is a joke to newa media. No governenent? Not one. Let the enemies cruxify them. To hell with Jesus Chist the Redeemer However , let one of these people go ton AFRICA. Alll Americans: you are scared babies. Go.

        • Thank you for your kind words, but I willl never leave Austria. I love Austria too much, and I will continue to fight for its freedom.

          However, I will be in Orlando soon. Traveling back and forth is kinda fun too, don’cha think?

  3. We should do this in the UK. I subscribe to the Barnabus Fund and this is something they should organise. Unforunately, if the lefties don’t get them, the islamonazis will. Its close to a police state in the UK.

    • We should do send this powerful message all over Europe and the US and Canada. This can be done by a group of like-minded people or organizations. Just give it a try.

      If you want more information, contact the Baron to get in touch with me.

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