Just before the new 2019/20 school year, we distributed dozens of backpacks filled with all necessary school supplies and accessories. Most of the children we helped are displaced by the continuing conflict in East Ukraine, some have lost their parents in the war
Jesus was exalted, the Kingdom of God extended, and the people of God set on Fire! Thousands of Christians gathered together in unity at The SSE Arena, Wembley on the 31 August 2019, for a Day of Prayer for Britain. Prayer groups from the length and breadth of the nation, and some from as far as Australia, South Africa, USA and Russia, joined the prayers via the live-stream.
Immediately preceding the Ukraine Day of Prayer, 8 June, David Hathaway had a personal meeting with Patriarch Filaret, Archbishop, Patriarch of Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Kiev Patriarchate. Filaret is the most influential religious leader in Ukraine. At 90 years old, he has been in ministry for over 70 years.
On Wednesday 13 February, representatives from David Hathaway’s Ministry met with the President of Ukraine. The meeting was organised by his administration and held in the Bible House. This was the first time in the history of Ukraine that a serving President has visited the Ukrainian Bible Society.
On Saturday 26 January, 3000 people gathered with David Hathaway for a Day of Prayer for Britain, in The SSE Arena, Wembley. In addition, there were over 100,000 streams on David's YouTube and Facebook pages, and on GOD TV and Revelation TV social media pages [within the first seven days after the event], as prayer groups and individuals participated from around the world.
On 1 December 2018, David Hathaway held a Day of Prayer and evangelism in Lithuania. To see the exhibition hall filled with hundreds meeting to pray for their nation was an encouraging beginning. The response has encouraged us enough to believe that next year we can take the Siemens Arena, which we filled 10 years ago for evangelism, and see 12,000 including Catholics, pray with us.
9-12 November: David was the speaker at an All-Ireland FGB Convention in Newry, County Armagh. For 20 years during the Troubles a frontline town and military zone with a large garrison - a place to be shunned - today Newry in Northern Ireland is a boom city. The Convention was attended by delegates from North and South, catholic, protestant, evangelical, charismatic.