Jobst and Charlotte Bittner
March of Life founder
Jobst and Charlotte are the visionary leaders and face of the March of Life worldwide. Pastor Bittner is Senior Pastor of TOS, a non-denominational Charismatic church and ministry founded by Jobst and Charlotte in Tübingen, Germany 1987.
Since 1997 international branches have been planted in nine nations through prayer ministries, establishing children´s homes throughout Latin America, and centers for drug rehabilitation in Eastern Europe.
Next to this apostolic pioneer ministry, Jobst Bittner is also a speaker at conferences in Europe, Latin America and the United States. Prayer and repentance concerning Germany´s Nazi history has always been on the agenda of TOS Ministries. During recent years however, a special relationship with Israel, the Jewish Community and Messianic congregations has developed through many personal friendships, conferences and events like the “March of Life”. Jobst and Charlotte Bittner believe that recognizing and honoring the Hebrew roots of the church is the key for revival. Go to www.tos.info to find out more.
Claudia Kiesinger is the National Coordinator for March of Remembrance. She has been part of the March of Life movement since 2007 with her own personal family history as descendant of Nazi perpetrators. She is also representative of the UN Prayer Watch, a Christian prayer and advocacy initiative at the UN for Israel.
Mitchell and Rozalie Jerome
Rozalie Jerome is the National Director, March of Remembrance TX
She was raised in a Conservative Jewish home and is the child of Holocaust survivors who were rescued by Christians in Hungary. This has always inspired her to play a significant role in healing relationships between Jews, Christians, and our G-d.
Rozalie and her husband Mitch are the Founders of the Crossover Project, and The Healing Room in Kingwood, Texas, as well as producers and co-hosts of “The Crossover” TV show, which airs worldwide in English, Spanish, and Russian.
Mitch and Rozalie have dedicated their lives to bringing inspired Biblical teaching to the Church. They share and teach about the Hebraic roots of the Christian faith, the Sabbath and biblical feasts, Israel and the Jewish people’s prophetic role in the world today and confronting the sin of anti-Semitism by the Church, within Islam and throughout the nations of the world.
Associate National Director, March of Remembrance TX
Christine has degrees in Russian, German, and French Languages and Literatures. She also serves as executive director for a local anti-trafficking organization. A leader with the March of Remembrance since 2013, Christine is passionate about taking a stand against modern-day antisemitism.
Executive Director, March of Remembrance Houston
Jeff is a gifted communicator and has served as the director of the March of Remembrance in central Houston since 2013. Jeff is an Intercessor for Israel. His interest in the March of Remembrance stems from unconditional solidarity with the Jewish people, his own family’s unique background, and his personal witness to modern anti-Semitism. Although he is not a licensed pastor and has never attended seminary or yeshiva, he loves the Word of God.
Dr. Victoria Sarvadi
Executive Director, March of Remembrance Dallas
Dr. Sarvadi received her Th.M. and Th.D. in 2005 from the former Center for the Study of Biblical Research in Glendora, California. A certified minister in the Hebraic Christian Global Community since 2000, she is a frequent contributor to Restore! Magazine, a publication of the HCGC. She has been a speaker for conferences, congregations, women’s ministry groups, Bible studies, and at the Vision for Israel Sukkot Conferences in Jerusalem, Israel. She is married to Paul Sarvadi, Chairman, CEO, and Co-Founder of Insperity, Inc., a world leader in business and human resources services based in Kingwood, Texas. As co-founders of the Nathaniel Foundation, the Sarvadi’s philanthropic contributions support numerous charities in the U.S. and abroad.
Rabbi Dan Gordon
National Rabbinic Adviser
Rabbi Dan Gordon has been the spiritual leader of Temple Beth Torah (TBT) since 1998. He received his rabbinic ordination (semicha) from the Mesifta Adath Wolkowisk Rabbinical Academy of New York. Prior to rabbinic work, each step in his professional career led to this life calling. He directed Jewish summer camps as well as a camp for economically disadvantaged children. He served as a youth director, a Jr. Congregation leader, JCC program director and a principal of a Jewish high school program. For two years, he also managed an auto parts warehouse, gaining valuable lessons from various segments of both the Jewish and secular worlds.
In each of these endeavors, Dan’s primary focus was connecting with people. His talent as a storyteller has taken him all over the United States, Israel and Australia, performing and leading workshops for all ages. Since 2006, he has co-chaired the National Jewish Storytelling Network, and he is a past president of Houston’s Jewish Educators Council. He has served on the faculty of the JCC’s Melton Adult Mini-School since 2002 and also served as its interim director. Since coming to TBT, he has been active in the interfaith community as a board member of the American Jewish Committee, a member of the Coalition for Mutual Respect and on the advisory boards of CanCare and TRUTH: Travels Revealing Understanding-Trust-Hope.