Come to Jerusalem to Celebrate Israel’s 70th Birthday!
Many nations will come and say, “Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the temple of the God of Jacob. He will teach us his ways, so that we may walk in his paths.” The law will go out from Zion, the word of the Lord from Jerusalem. (Micah 4:2; NIV)
The March of the Nations plus Conference on May 13 – 15, 2018 will take place on a historic date: the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the State of Israel. Thousands of Christians from all nations will come to Jerusalem for a special conference. Together with Israelis from all spheres of society, they will walk from the Knesset to Mt. Zion: They honor Holocaust survivors, demonstrate publicly that the nations stand side by side with Israel and say “No!” to anti-Semitism!
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Sign the March of Life Independence Day Declaration
Marsch des Lebens e.V. (March of Life)
72072 Tübingen, Germany
Helping Hand Coalition
27 Kanarit, P.O. Box 5560
Caesarea 30889, Israel
Knesset Christian Allies Caucus (Israel), Helping Hand Global Forum (Israel), ALEH (Israel), Association of Concentration Camps and Ghetto Survivors in Israel (Israel), Christen an der Seite Israels (Germany/Switzerland), Gateway Church (USA), Gebetshaus Augsburg (Germany), God’s Grace International (USA), GOD TV (England), Hazit Hakavod – Front of Respect (Israel), International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (Israel), Keshet Educational Tours (Israel), TBN Polska (Poland), Wächterruf (Germany)
Abraham Dienste (Switzerland), Aglow International (USA), Amutat Zikaron (Israel), Association of Ukrainian Immigrants in Israel (Israel), Association of Wounded Soldiers and Partisans who Fought the Nazis (Israel), Brad TV (South Korea), Central Organization for Jews from Arab Countries and Iran Israel), Chavda Ministries International (USA), Christ for all Nations (USA), Christen im Beruf e.V. (Germany), Christians for Israel Australia (Australia), Coordination Committee of Russian Immigrants in Israel (Israel), D-Netz (Germany), Ebenezer Operation Exodus (Germany/Switzerland), European Coalition for Israel (Belgium), Fundacja ESPA (Poland), Fundacja Glos na Pustyni (Poland), Fundacja OBDS (Poland), Fundacja Pojednanie (Poland), Fundacja Polania (Poland), Fundacja Zycie i Misja (Poland), Global Aid Network (Germany), Glory of Zion International Ministries (USA), Humanitarian Resources International Foundation (USA), Initiative 27. Januar (Germany), International Humanitarian Network (USA), Iris Global (USA), Israel Allies Foundation (Belgium), Israel Werke Schweiz, Israeli Association of Refugee Victims of the Disaster (Israel), Jerusalem Forum of Holocaust Survivors Organizations (Israel), Jerusalem House of Prayer for all Nations (Israel), Jewish Agency for Israel (USA), Missionswerk Karlsruhe (Germany), Move Church (Germany), New Life Radio-Moscow (Russia), Phönix aus der Asche (Germany), Raffles Air (Singapore), Shalom Israel (Singapore), Shofar International (USA), Simon Wiesenthal Center (USA), Skola Slug Ducha (Poland), Toward Jerusalem Council II (Poland/Switzerland), Veterans Union of World War II – Fighters Against Nazism (Israel), Volvieron del Sur (Switzerland), World Druze Association (Israel), World Organization of Libyan Jews (Israel)
Members of Knesset welcoming March of the Nations
Videos about the March of Life
Statements about the March of Life
I warmly welcome the participants of the March of the Nations in Jerusalem on occasion of the 70th Anniversary of Israel, and I wish this important endeavor much success and all the best..
Nir Barkat, Mayor of Jerusalem, Israel
The initiative “March of Life” is valuable and important. Transforming the former routes of deportations and death marches of the final months of the war into symbolic paths and Marches of Life is a public tribute to the victims and a tangible reminder of the – also public – deportation to certain death. The humble prayer initiative has long since become an international movement, including both eyewitnesses and those born later. I hope this idea will stir many people, and that there will be many “Marches of Life“ both with our feet and in our heads throughout the coming years.
Prof. Dr. Norbert Lammert, Former President of the German Bundestag
As a past participant of the Marches of Life, I experienced an overwhelming connection to Jews around the globe, including bonding with Holocaust survivors and their families. This event is important on many aspects, as it serves to make us remember this painful aspect of our history as a Jewish nation.
I believe this event is beneficial in that it teaches coming generations to be more tolerant and accepting of each other and provide a foundation for a better world to come.
Yoel Hasson, Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, Israel