Pastor Bent (Benjamin) Altschul of Great Among The Nations (GATN) Christian Ministry Announces Next Teaching Series Conferences Extending Throughout Eastern European Nations
Many eastern European nations such as Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine are being added to GATN's next conference series as a response to the invitations and the true need for coaching and mentoring among emerging Christian leaders.
Contact: Ginger Brown, Great Among The Nations, 310-338-1021
LOS ANGELES Sept. 28, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Benjamin Altschul is Lead Pastor for Great Among The Nations (GATN), a unique California ministry that supports, inspires and nourishes other pastors and ministries in growing their own assemblies. A Holocaust survivor, the orphaned Altschul arrived in America at age 28 with only $100 to his fame and turned a college textbook publishing company into millions.
In addition to a passion for helping and healing the hurts in others, God endowed him with many unique and desirable spiritual gifts for the church. According to one of the pastors attending a GATN Leadership Conference, "I was very pleased to experience the anointing that was on Pastor Altschul and he ministered to all that came forward. I thank God for strong faithful men like Pastor Altschul who proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ in its most pure form."
According to Pastor Altschul, "Our current mission outreach is extending into eastern European countries. The Lord Jesus Christ surely has something for all God's people in these last days. A revival. From the west to the east. In spite of the great falling away from sound doctrinal teaching and principals, there still remains a body of God's people faithfully waiting for the 'blessed hope.' (Matt 25) He is coming -- prepare your oil lamps."
Pastor Altschul's 28 years of experience in ministry with genuine revivals, his faithfulness to Biblical theology and his balanced view enable him to be in service for God's people both in leadership, encouragement and inspirational teaching. For further information about GATN, its mission statement and programs please visit www.gatn.org.