Spanish evangelicals join in prayer for the country, Evangelical Focus

The intense heat last Saturday in Spain did not prevent thousands of evangelicals from participating in the Spain, we pray for you an event.

The marches and prayers took place in the main cities of the country, in a positive and festive atmosphere, under the general call to be “peacemakers” and to pray for the welfare of Spain.

The event had not been detained in person for several yearsand this 2022 edition has been positively evaluated by its organizers, although they hope that in future editions more churches will be able to join an initiative that aims to promote prayer and unity among the evangelical people in a common celebration.

Participants of various ages and backgrounds in the walk in Madrid. /EOPT

The the biggest gathering was in Madridduring a rally in the streets of the capital that ended with an act of prayer in Cibeles square in the city center.

About 1,500 people enjoyed music, worship, good atmosphere and prayer as they walked along the shaded Prado promenade until the meeting was over. Different pastors and leaders of evangelical churches in Madrid participated by leading the prayers of the participants.

In Barcelonaa prayer walk took place with the participation of dozens of peoplealso summoned by a sunny and warm day which did not hinder the celebration of the event.

Spanish evangelicals join to pray for the country

Walking and praying in Barcelona / Eliseo Pradales

Accompanied by praise music, some messages and especially prayerthe participants lived a moment of fraternity, recommending themselves to accomplish God’s mission in our country.

There was also marches in Cantabria, Jaén, Ávila and many other provincial capitals.

Spanish evangelicals join in prayer for the country

Walk the streets of Ávila. /EOPT

initiative Spain, we pray for you will be continue throughout the year to motivate people to pray through its social networks and preparation for next year’s event, which is scheduled to take place on the second Saturday of June 2023.

Barry F. Howard