An organization wants to raise more than a million euros to build an "eternal wall of answered prayer"

The partners at the origin of this construction, including Anglican, Catholic, non-conformist and Pentecostal churches, want to renew “faith in prayer”, “reveal Christ to the nation”, and “preserve the Christian heritage” .

A UK charity is raising funds to allow the construction of a "Eternal wall of answered prayer". The financial objective is over one million euros.

This colossal sculpture is slated to see the light of day near Birmingham, England. Shaped like a Möbius strip, the Eternal Wall artwork will symbolize "eternity," according to the Biblical Alliance, partner of the project, and “will be visible from more than 10 kilometers away”.

This building will be made of a million bricks. Each will represent the story of a prayer answered by God.

The partners at the origin of this construction, including Anglican, Catholic, non-conformist and Pentecostal churches, want to renew “faith in prayer”, “reveal Christ to the nation”, and “preserve the Christian heritage” .

For the Biblical Alliance, “it's not just art”.

“A drop-in center will serve as an education center and meeting place, and each of Eternal Wall's millions of bricks will be digitally linked to a story of answered prayer. Using a unique bespoke app, visitors will be able to explore the unique story each brick is tied to, and even search for stories by themes, such as healing, family, or forgiveness. […] In addition to directing people to Jesus through its millions of prayer bricks, Eternal Wall aims to fund one million social housing bricks, which will finance the construction of 100 houses for charities, social action, social housing associations and international social housing charities. "

To date, almost half of the funds have been raised.

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