Daughters For Zion

In August 2007, Pastor John Hagee had it on his heart to implement a prayer network of women who would pray for Israel, America, and Christians United For Israel. He asked Pastor Lynne Hammond to lead it. Pastor Lynne agreed and within days, the Daughters For Zion Prayer Network began.

Congressional Prayer Caucus

In 2005, Congressman J. Randy Forbes (VA) gathered a small group of members of the U.S. House of Representatives to pray for our nation in Room  219 of the U.S. Capitol. This bipartisan and bicameral group of Congressional members continue to meet for 30 minutes before session every week to pray for God’s Divine wisdom and intervention in our governmental affairs. They passionately believe that through trust in God, humble prayer and strategic action, we can preserve our Judeo Christian nation and protect our religious liberties.

National Day of Prayer Task Force

The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. Our Task Force is a privately funded organization whose purpose is to encourage participation on the National Day of Prayer. It exists to communicate with every individual the need for personal repentance and prayer, to create appropriate materials, and to mobilize the Christian community to intercede for America’s leaders and its families.

Herald of His Coming

Herald of His Coming came into being in Los Angeles, California in 1941.  Willard C. and Sarah Foulkes Moore had been traveling and holding meetings, Brother Moore teaching on prayer and the overcoming life, and the two of them gathering people for prayer.  In 1941 God directed their steps to Los Angeles, where they had met and ­married a few years previously, being in their late 40’s at the time.  They were living in a small room of a church, using the auditorium to gather people to pray.  A printer who was a man of prayer offered to print a paper for them to help spread their deep burden that the church worldwide be clothed in holy garments, ready to meet Christ at His Coming.  Brother and Sister Moore had no experience in editing and had no thought of printing a paper.  Neither had they any money.  But a friend who had given them $50 to print tracts agreed they could use the money toward the paper.
The first edition of 10,000 copies had a good reception, and a second was printed. Others followed, and in this way God led His servants into publishing Herald of His Coming monthly. In 1943 Gospel Revivals Inc. was established as the non-profit corporation which publishes Herald of His Coming.