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Seventh-day Adventists: Pledge to Pray4Togo on December 1

Seventh-day Adventists: Pledge to Pray4Togo on December 1

Bern, November 29, 2012. [CD-EUD/ANN]. On December 1, join the Seventh-day Adventist world church in a day of prayer and fasting for two Adventists imprisoned in Togo. Pastor Antonio Monteiro and church member Bruno Amah have been falsely detained for eig

November 29, 2012 | CD-EUDNews/ANN


Bern, November 29, 2012. [CD-EUD/ANN]. On December 1, join the Seventh-day Adventist world church in a day of prayer and fasting for two Adventists imprisoned in Togo. Pastor Antonio Monteiro and church member Bruno Amah have been falsely detained for eight months. Even though there is no evidence of guilt, the men have been held without hope of bail or a trial. This December 1, Adventists around the world are gathering for a day of prayer and fasting for the safety of the men and their families and a speedy release from prison.

Signe the petition: pledge-to-pray4togo-on-december-1

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