Jerusalem Prayer Team FAQs
Is this a national effort?
Yes, The Jerusalem Prayer Team is a national effort to mobilize Christians to pray for and encourage the people of Israel, according to their Christian faith.
How is the effort funded?
This is an independent, nonprofit, non-partisan organization. It is funded by concerned individuals and churches and gains no funding from any other outside sources.
What is the goal?
The Jerusalem Prayer Team's mission is to build Friends of Zion to guard defend and protect the Jewish people and to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Our goal is to enlist 10 million people in America and around the world to pray daily and 250,000 houses of worship praying weekly for the peace of Jerusalem.
Did Israel start this effort?
No, Israel welcomes this effort, but they did not start it or fund it. The Jerusalem Prayer Team gains no financial support from any government or any agency of the government.
Is there a fee for joining?
No, we are completely supported by the gifts of our generous supporters.
What will you do with my name?
Members will receive periodic newsletters and updates in the mail and through e-mail.
Who can be involved?
The Jerusalem Prayer Team seeks the involvement of all Americans who are committed to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. It holds no affiliation with any political or religious organizations.
How may I sign up?
You may add your name to the membership list by selecting the sign-up link on this website. SIGN-UP HERE
Why pray for the peace in Jerusalem?
We pray for peace in Jerusalem because the Scriptures tell us to in Psalm 122:6. Also, the Great Commission proclaims that we would be a witness unto Him in Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria. Praying for peace and protection for those who are experiencing the same type of terror that was experienced in America on September 11, 2001 is a way to be a witness.
What ever happened to Corrie Ten Boom?
Corrie ten Boom received many tributes following her imprisonment by the Nazi's after she and her family were charged for protecting nearly 800 Jews. Following the war, the Queen of Holland honored Corrie as a War Hero. In 1968, the Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem asked Corrie to plant a tree in the Garden of Righteousness, in honor of the many Jewish lives her family saved. Her tree stands there today. In the early 1970s, Corrie's book, THE HIDING PLACE became a best seller, and Billy Graham and World Wide Pictures released it as a the major motion picture. Corrie ten Boom went on to write many other inspiring books. There are five evangelical videos about her life. She was a woman faithful to God, who died on her 91st birthday, April 15, 1983.

Sometimes overlooked, the Corrie ten Boom family held a longstanding 100-year tradition of prayer meetings in their home to intercede for the restoration of Israel and for the "peace of Jerusalem" (Psalm 122:6). That prayer meeting ended when the ten Boom family was carted off to die in the Nazi gas chambers during the Holocaust, but Corrie survived. And their prayer meeting inspired the birth of the Jerusalem Prayer Team, so that their unwavering tradition of prayer may also continue. Most recently, the Jerusalem Prayer Team has launched the Corrie ten Boom Museum Virtual Tour online at, so you can visit the Ten Boom house and the Hiding Place in Haarlem, Holland via 360-degree internet technology.
If I donate to this ministry, how will my funds be used?
Your gift to this ministry will allow us to continue to reach out across America, seeking the faithful who will commit to be part of Jerusalem Prayer Team. We accomplish this goal through this web site, through mailings and newsletters, through Prayer Summits, and through visitations to Israel. The Jerusalem Prayer Team is also involved in many outreaches directly to the Jewish people. For example, your gift could be used to help fund orphanages, provide emergency medical care to the victims of terrorism, and aid the people of Jerusalem in their fight against their enemies.
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