The autumn week of prayer has begun
08. Nov. 2022
Yesterday, Monday November, 7, 2022, the students and their guests at Friedensau Adventist University experienced the first evening and the first theme of the 2022 Autumn Week of prayer. Under the theme "The Good, the Bad & the King", Pastor Vladimir Krumov spoke a first sequence of the great world theme. It was an interactive reflection that developed from Bible texts, references to the present and personal reflections. Pastor Vladimir Krumov spoke in English. Through headsets, visitors could listen to the simultaneous translation that is offered daily.
From Monday to Friday, the daily events will take place at 7.30 p.m. in the Barn, Meeting under the word on Wednesday 10 before 10 in the chapel, and the closing service on Saturday, November, 12, 2022, at 10 a.m. also in the Friedensau chapel. The topics in detail:
November: "Who?" | "Who?"
November: "Divine Design" | "The Divine Design
November: "Damaged goods" | "Damaged goods"
9 November, 10 before 10: Meeting under the word: "What do you see?" | "What do you see?"
November: "Take me to the king!" | "Take me to the king!"
November: "The best place to be" | "The best place to be"
November: "Pull up a chair" | "Grab a chair"
The speaker Vladimir Krumov is a graduate of Friedensau Adventist University (FAU). He graduated from FAU in 2016 with a Master of Theological Studies. Before dedicating his life to pastoral ministry, he worked as a civil engineer. Now he lives and works in Bulgaria as a pastor and church planter. Love and passion for youth work motivated him to start a scout club as a non-profit organisation for secular children. Says Vladimir Krumov: "As a family, my wife Julia and I want to help be a house on the mountain and radiate the love of Jesus to the world." He is also building a Christian community called VIVO, where non-Christians can find faith and meaning through service and build strong relationships.
The invitation to the week of reflection is open to all who are interested, not just students. Admission is free.