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European Leaders meet in Romania

July 09, 2018
European Leaders meet in RomaniaThe magnificent Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest European Leaders meet in RomaniaAina & Jan-Aage Torp with Dr. Ben Oni Ardelean, the Vice-President of Romania´s Parliament, at the Midsummer «Road to Victory!» conference in Norway lin June.

Upon the invitation of the Vice-President of Romania´s Parliament, Dr. Ben-Oni Ardelean, the next executive committee meeting of European Apostolic Leaders (EAL) will take place in the Romanian Parliament in Bucharest on Tuesday, September 4th until Friday, September 7th, 2018. Jan-Aage Torp, who is the Chairman of KKN, serves as the President of EAL.

- We are honored that Dr Ardelean is bringing us into the seat of power in Romania for four days. He is one of Europe´s most influential politicians, but more than anything he is a man of integrity and deeply held Christian values which he inherited from his grandparents and parents who resisted nazism and communism at a great price. Aina & I are honored to work closely with him in the big battles for Europe. We are excited that EAL is given this opportunity! exclaims EAL President Jan-Aage Torp.

The Romanian Parliament building is the second largest administrative building in the world, after the Pentagon in Washington DC. It was formerly the palace of deposed communist dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu (1918-1989), and later became the Palace of the Parliament, the House of Democracy.

In Pentecostal Church of Bucharest

During the EAL executive committee meeting in the Romanian Parliament in Bucharest, the committee will minister in the renown Pentecostal Church, Biserica Penticostala Filadelfia Bucuresti.

Senior Pastor Nicusor Oros has graciously invited the executive committee to minister on Thurday evening, September 6th.

- We are thrilled to visit and minister in such a great church, says Jan-Aage Torp, who ministered there in 1999 when he served as the Director for Europe of Norway´s Pentecostal Movement.

- A special reason why I am so honored that we minister in Biserica Penticostala Filadelfia Bucuresti is that one of the associate pastors is Daniel Bodnariu, the older brother of Marius Bodnariu of the great Bodnariu family that we fought alongside with in 2016 when Marius & Ruth lost their five children because of the malpractices of Norway´s Child Protection Services (Barnevernet). Daniel Bodnariu led much of the revolt in Romania with the full support of Pastor Oros and the church. So this will be very, very meaningful, underscores Jan-Aage.

In Great Churches of Timișoara

On Sunday, September 9th, Pastor Jan-Aage Torp will personally preach in two of Timișoara´s great churches upon the invitation of Dr. Ardelean, who resides in Timisoara with his family.

- I look especially forward to ministering in the historic city of Timișoara because it was the city where the Romanan Revolution started in 1989, says Jan-Aage.

The Romanian Revolution was a period of violent civil unrest in Romania in December 1989. It started in Timișoara and soon spread throughout the country, ultimately culminating in the trial and execution of longtime Communist Party General Secretary Nicolae Ceaușescu and his wife Elena, and the end of 42 years of Communist rule in Romania.

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