Peter Loth was a special guest on God’s Learning Channel on the show “Light of the Southwest“. The four hour interview is divided into two 2-hour episodes. Peter shares his story of survival and redemption through forgiveness. He then speaks of the importance of forgiveness to each person’s life. Click on the links below to watch on Gods Learning Channel.Play Episode One Play Episode Two
THIRTEEN years ago, researchers at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum began the grim task of documenting all the ghettos, slave labor sites, concentration camps and killing factories that the Nazis set up throughout Europe.
By Briana Alzola
Even out of the most tragic of times, hope, peace and forgiveness can prevail. No one knows this better than Peter Loth, one of the youngest Holocaust survivors still alive today. Loth shared his inspirational message at Othello High School Dec. 3.
From being born in a death camp to brushes with the KKK, the first portion of Loth’s life was filled with pain and suffering.read more
Posted: Thursday, December 6, 2012 2:00 am | Updated: 1:57 pm, Thu Dec 6, 2012.
By Tiffany Sukola,
Herald staff writer
MOSES LAKE — Peter Loth was born at a Nazi concentration camp in Stutthof, Poland. But he doesn’t remember that, or any of the atrocities that occurred at the camp.
Instead, Loth said his earliest memories were of growing up in Torun, a city in Poland that had been heavily damaged during World War II. Loth and his “Matka”, or mother, lived in an underground sewer system like many others at that time.
“I remember a knock, and here come the Russians, the KGB,” said Loth, who was taken from his Matka and placed in a prison designed to hold German children. “I had to go, my papers were German, and Matka’s were Polish.”
Loth said that the Russians and Poles hated the Germans for what they did durinread more
Join Peter Loth a Holocaust survivor, and the pastoral staff of Calvary Christin Fellowship in workshop designed for those who are struggling with un-forgiveness in their lives. It is free to the public. We only ask for an offering to cover the cost of the workshop. Friday night September 7th, 7:00-9:00 and Saturday September 8th, 9:00am-4:00Pm. Download schedule: CLICK HERE
Peter Loth was invited to join Grandchildren of Nazis along with Holocaust survivors and their descendants were among hundreds who began a week-long march across Poland During a week long journey of death camps in Poland.read more
“How can you forgive!?” the man cried as he walked up with a look as though he was going to interrogate some unknown truth out of me. I’d just finished my speech in a fascinating barn-turned-church, precariously placed just near Marshall, Missouri; and I had just briefly taken a moment to admire the beautiful craftsmanship that surrounded me when, all of a sudden, I found myself face to face with a countenance that reminded me of myself years ago as anguish, confusion, and helplessness filled the eyes of the man with that profound question. He asked me again, “how can you forgive when I can’t even forgive?”read more
A compelling presentation about the survivors of the holocaust and their ability to overcome and succeed. When watching this video the commercial brakes will fade to black so continue watching or advance past the black screen each time.read more
October 1, 2011 – Olathe, KS – I had the privilege of being a keynote speaker at First Presbyterian Church of Olathe alongside Tass Saada, a former Muslim PLO sniper who fought for Yasser Arafat. After years of hating Jewish people, Tass’s life was transformed when he encountered the love and forgiveness of God’s son. The hate he had held in his heart was suddenly gone and his heart was soon overflowing with love and respect for the Jewish people.
I invite you to visit his website www.seedsofhope.org to see how God is using Tass to share the love of God through humanitarian efforts that provide hope to the people of Gaza. He has written a book “Once an Arafat Man” which tells the story of how God transformed his heart.
It was wonderful to be able to embrace each other and ask each other for forgiveness. Only through Yeshua is any kind of lasting peace possible.read more