Gatecrashing; the Story of the 24-7 Prayer in Ibiza
In 1998 the British Vice Consul to Ibiza resigned, saying, 'These degenerates are dragging us through the mud.' Ibiza was branded a modern day 'Sodom and Gomorrah' by the British press. 24-7 Prayer took it as an invition. A challenge....
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In 1998 the British Vice Consul to Ibiza resigned, saying, 'These degenerates are dragging us through the mud.' Ibiza was branded a modern day 'Sodom and Gomorrah' by the British press. 24-7 Prayer took it as an invition. A challenge. A call to go to the party island and pray. So Brian and Tracy Heasley and their boys left their comfortable life in a sleepy Norfolk market town and started a new life in Ibiza. They started out praying - simply walking and praying - around the walls of San Antonio. Each summer they were joined by teams of young volunteers, and would walk through the city at night chatting to clubbers and offering prayer. Many would open up about their deepest worries and concerns. Their journey took them to some of the strangest places: they saw things they never thought they would see, and they saw the Lord answer their prayers in amazing ways.
BRIAN HEASLEY lives on the island of Ibiza in the Mediterranean Sea. A member of the 24-7 Prayer international leadership team, he is currently establishing a 24-7 Boiler Room in the town of San Antonio, which has more bars, pubs and clubs per square mile than anywhere else on the European continent. Previously, Brian led a dynamic and innovative church in Norfolk, England, called DC3. Over the years he has been involved in movements pioneering Christian mission in emerging culture.