Michael Becker
Michael Becker

Michael Becker

President - God's Grace International


March of Remembrance is worthy of your active support with your physical and financial support! Our ministry, God's Grace International is honored to support the Kingdom ministry work of March of Remembrance. Indeed, God's Word is holy and true when it states: "So shall My Word be that goes forth from My mouth; it shall not return to Me void, but it shall accomplish what I please, and it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it." (Isaiah 55:11)  Scriptures states:"And so all Israel will be saved..." (Romans 11:26). In the meantime, Be prosperous walking in the will of God by standing up for the Jewish people---you will be standing in God's favor, blessed of Him! "I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth will be blessed." (Genesis 12:3)  

 

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In the Name of Yeshua (Jesus),

Michael W. Becker
God's Grace International
President

 

Rabbi Dan Gordon
Rabbi Dan Gordon

 

Rabbi Daniel Gordon

National Rabbinic Adviser to the March of Remembrance

 

Throughout history, the Jewish people have learned, "we can't count on anyone but ourselves."  The March of Remembrance is beginning to change that perception.  Those who participate in the March say to the world that NO oppression is acceptable.  When Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel marched with Martin Luther King in Alabama in 1963, he said, "I'm praying with my feet."  Walking with those willing to end oppression is a powerful form of prayer that we can all appreciate."

 

-- Rabbi Dan Gordon
Temple Beth Torah

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jane Hansen-Hoyt
Jane Hansen-Hoyt

 

Jane Hansen-Hoyt
President of Aglow International


“Aglow International recognizes the March of Remembrance( USA) and the March of Life(Europe) as a heartfelt  response from Christians  to the Holocaust and a viable option for putting feet to the ground in relation to  Aglow’s call to Israel.”

-- Jane Hansen-Hoyt
President of Aglow International

Rev. Jim Welch
Rev. Jim Welch

 

Reverend Jim Welch, Senior Pastor
Kingwood United Methodist Church
National United Methodist Adviser to the March of Remembrance

 

 

We have been privileged to participate over the past two years in our local "March of Remembrance". Many of our parishioners have not only walked, but also been eager to develop deeper ties between ourselves and our Jewish friends.  The learning, remembering, and rejoicing that has occurred has inspired our congregation and encouraged a deeper commitment to "never again".  I am glad to represent the intent of the March to the greater United Methodist
community.

Rev. Jim Welch

The Rev. Dr. Jim Gill   
The Rev. Dr. Jim Gill   

 

Reverend Doctor Jim Gill

Faith Presbyterian Church, Baytown, Texas
National Presbyterian Church (USA) Adviser to the March of Remembrance

 

I was truly blessed to participate in the 2013 March in Baytown.  We at Faith Presbyterian were delighted to host the March and enjoyed participation from members and pastors of St. Mark’s United Methodist, Trinity Episcopal, St. Stephen Lutheran, St. John the Evangelist Catholic, Baker Road Baptist and the Church on the Rock.

Reverend William T. Richter, Jr.
Reverend William T. Richter, Jr.

 

 

 

The Rev. William T. Richter, Jr.
Friend & Supporter of the March of Remembrance


Dear Friends in Christ,

I am the rector of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Kingwood, Texas. Our parish has been one of many congregations participating and supporting the Holocaust March of Remembrance in the greater Houston for the past two years. I am writing to invite you and the congregation you serve to join in this year’s March of Remembrance.

The March of Remembrance is a powerful and moving reminder of the atrocities that human beings can inflict on one another. It is important to remember the Holocaust—to “Never Forget” what did happen during WWII. Our hope is that people of all ages, races, religions and creeds will come together to prevent and stop the evil and horror of genocide and ethnic cleansing wherever it may found. This is where the “rubber meets the road” in our various faith traditions. If people of faith do not speak out and act, who will?

Peace,
(The Rev.) William T. Richter, Jr.
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Kingwood,Texas

 

Pastor Scott Thibodeaux
Pastor Scott Thibodeaux

Pastor Scott Thibodeaux

Kingwood Church of Christ

 

Greetings in the Lord,


I am the preacher at the Kingwood Church of Christ in Kingwood, TX. It has been our great pleasure to be a part of the March of Remembrance since its inception. I have been witness to an entire community coming together under the banner of “Never Forget” as we recall those who suffered the atrocities of the Holocaust. However, we are not content to remember only but through prayer, faith, and a deep reliance upon Yahweh we proclaim “Never Again”.

I call upon all of our brothers and sisters in Christ to participate in this event each and every year. Though the March's focus is upon those who suffered in WWII, we recall and pray for all who have suffered and have been persecuted for their faith. We lift up those in harm's way as we speak.  In the end, though it is our intention to “Never Forget”, let us remember that we serve a living God who “Never Forgets” us. He continually calls us to obedience, faith, and unity. If you are reading this, I pray that you will join us in our efforts to bring unity through faith.

   
   
   
   

 


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