Tibet: Breaking the Deadlock

Lord David Alton, a member of the House of Lords in the UK, is a relentless champion of human rights who often collaborates with Jubilee Campaign USA and co-founder of Jubilee Campaign UK.

His recent report, entitled “Tibet: Breaking the Deadlock” is a report based on evidence gathered from his recent visit to Tibet. Lord Alton offers a balanced approach to the China-Tibet issue and reflects on several specific cases, human rights, and religious freedom. You can read the full report Tibet: Breaking the Deadlock.

Set List: Anecho Night of Worship

On Friday, October 9 @ 7PM, Jubilee Campaign will host a night of music and worship at Sovereign Grace Church in Fairfax, VA.  Chasing Vermont, a local band with a heart for the persecuted, will lead the night in engaging worship in loud, intimate, energizing, and hopefully entrancing ways that will aim to open a wide connection between us and God.  This event will be a great place to release yourself from inhibition and your everyday drudgery, and to lean into an environment of passion, music, and prayer. Expression stations will be open for you to journal, pray, or draw. We will hear testimonies of the persecuted from Pakistan, Iran, and North Korea and enter into a time of corporate prayer to intercede for the persecuted church.

Childcare will be provided.
For more info or to RSVP for childcare e-mail anechoworship@jubileecampaign.org

If you want to familiarize yourself with the music or build a playlist on your ipod, here is the set list:

You Won’t Relent/Misty Edwards

All Consuming Fire/Misty Edwards

Sweetly Broken/Jeremy Riddle

One of These Days/Small Town Poets

Blessed Be the Name/Tree63

Psalm 131/Waterdeep

Video/Testimonies of the persecuted, Prayer

Deliver Me (It is Well Remix)/David Crowder Band

Hymn/Jars of Clay

Beloved/Erin Weston

How He Loves Us/John Mark McMillan

Oh Praise Him/David Crowder Band

Scripture Readings, Time of Silence, Prayer

Joint Press Release: Blasphemy in Pakistan

A Night of Worship for the Persecuted

Postcard Invitation

We have been given such a precious gift of worship-public worship.  Let us focus together one evening, to enjoy the privilege of worship and intercession for our brothers and sisters around the world who do not have this precious gift.

Brothers and sisters in North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Eritrea are prohibited from exercising the right to publicly worship together.  In parts of China, Vietnam and a number of other countries the gift of public worship is restricted.

Let us together give the gift of prayer for our brothers and sisters and worship to our Lord and Savior on their behalf. This will be a night of praise and prayer as we remember our brothers and sisters in Christ who are not able to worship freely.

A love offering will be taken to support Jubilee Campaign’s work for the suffering Church. We hope to see you there.

To R.S.V.P., please contact Erin at: anechoworship@jubileecampaign.org or call 703-503-0791.

Child care is available upon request. We have 20 spaces available, so RSVP soon!