Christmas Eve 1945 witnessed one of the most incredible Carol Services in history.
Inside a courthouse in war ravaged town of Nuremberg, thirteen men gathered a little makeshift chapel to sing Carols and listen to a Lutheran Army Chaplin named Henry Gerecke preach the gospel.
The author focuses upon this unusal service and considers the suprise, the singing, the sequel and the Saviour as he presents the gospel relevent to Christmas.
High gloss gospel leaflet attractively designed for evangelical outreach.
Sold in pack of 100
Available late October 2016