The Lord reigneth; let the earth rejoice; let the multitude of isles be glad thereof.
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"Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem", Psalm 122:6
Dr. Michael D. Evans began the Jerusalem Prayer Team in 2002 to
unite people in intercessory prayer for Israel and to develop a platform from
which to speak out to world leaders at UN conferences, peace summits, etc., on
behalf of Israel.
From that platform Evans has met with dozens of heads of state, including being invited to a State visit by President Barzani from Kurdistan. He has met with dozens of world leaders, including President Cristiani of El Salvador, the president of Philippines, President Musevani of Uganda, as well as many foreign ministers, ambassadors, prime ministers and kings. He has worked closely with Israel’s prime ministers for three decades. As an advisor to Prime Minister Menachem Begin, he recommended Benjamin Netanyahu for his first government post. His recommendation followed a meeting with the future prime minister after his brother, Jonathan, had been shot in the back while leading the raid on Entebbe in Uganda. Benjamin Netanyahu is now serving his second term as prime minister of Israel.
The Prayer Team also raises funds to meet humanitarian needs of the Jewish people in Israel providing coats, blankets and home repairs for those in need. The ministry has a website that includes articles about the people of Israel, the problems being faced by her leaders and other pertinent topics.
Members are also invited to post their prayers for Israel and the Jewish people on “prayer walls” that are actually web pages with hundreds of prayers uploaded by people all over the world. The prayer walls are open to all—not just members of the prayer team.
More than 300 national Christian leaders, including Pat Robertson, Tim LaHaye, Joel Osteen and John Maxwell are supporters of the Jerusalem Prayer Team. It receives no funding from the State of Israel and its official statement says it “believes that God loves Arabs in the Bible as much as the Jews.”