Pro Christ 2013 - Program
Programs always begin at 7.30 pm and are translated into 14 languages incl. sign language
Pro-Christ for kids: Jesus, you are my best friend!
Featuring Daniel Kallauch
join us on an exciting afternoon and find out what having a best friend is all about. Have some fun action at the game stalls on our indoor play street or test your brains and puzzle over our riddles or simply explore your creative side.
Then, at 3pm we are bringing you Daniel Kallauch and his hilarious mate Willibald with their amazing live show. See how these two friends embark on an adventure full of fun and excitement. Interested? Be part of it and take your family, friends and neighbors with you. We are looking forward to seeing you! Read more.
Where do we find happiness?
The pursuit of happiness is considered a basic human right. Does this guarantee that we actually do find happiness? Can we learn how to be happy? How can there be happiness in a world with so many burst dreams? Jesus has some astonishing insights on this subject. Read more.
With guests Tobias Merckle and Yasmin Hunzinger
How much networking do we need?
Networks are essential not only for our power supply and communication but also for securing our social availability. Networking can help you go places. But what role does our connection with God play in all of this? And where do we turn to for help when our networks and lines of communication break down? Read more.
With guests Dündar Karahamza, Cae and Eddie Gauntt
What's money got to do with faith?
Who can give us the security and recognition we long for?
Why does Jesus maintain that one cannot serve both money and God?
Money is not merely a currency. Apparently, it also wields plenty of power, be it as money we own or money that we do not own but wish to own. Read more.
With guests Heinrich Deichmann and Johannes Falk
What helps when sorrow makes us grow bitter?
Oftentimes, we cry out in pain: Why?! But can we find comfort in merely theoretical explanations? Are we helpless victims of fate? Is there a cure for this noxious bitterness? Why did Jesus exclaim: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Read more.
With guests Anja Bielenberg and Sefora Nelson
My God, your God, no God?
Nowadays, everybody can freely pick and choose their own personal worldview and religion. Not that there is anything wrong with that, right? Are we not headed for violent altercations with other people and their beliefs by claiming to know and own the absolute truth? Does not the pursuit of peace trump the question “What is the absolute truth?” Read more.
With guests Anatoli Uschomirski, Andrea Adams-Frey and Albert Frey
How much do we value our values?
Do we not know what we are doing or are we not doing what we know we should be doing? Where do we take the energy from to do what we have come to value? Who sets the benchmarks? Or are there no universally binding benchmarks? Read more.
With guests Déborah Rosenkranz and “Gospel im Osten”
What if love dies?
Throughout history, people have been singing the praises of an undying kind of love. But what makes this allegedly undying love wither in real life? Is love more than a feeling? Does it endure? And what if love is proven by dying? Read more.
With guests Debra Searle and Judy Bailey
Are we gambling our future away?
Is life a casino? Or is the future in our hands? We do not know what the future has in store for us. Or do we? Do we know what happens after death? Read more.
With guest Dr. Klaus-Dieter John