May 10-13, 2015 - GPC-Conference Jerusalem (Israel)

“For Zions sake, I will not keep silent!” (Isaiah 62:1) is the Biblical motto of the Global Prayer Day on May 8/9 2015 – as well as the GPC-Conference in Jerusalem, Israel on May 10-13, 2015.

On May 8, 1945 (Russia: May 9) the surrender of Nazi-Germany to the Allied Forces was officially ratified. World War II in Europe came to an end. And most importantly, from a Jewish point of view, the Holocaust was over. Nearly half of the 13 Million Jews living in Europe in 1938 had perished. The rest of them barely escaped with their lives, often under the most traumatic of circumstances.

Today, Israel is again isolated, terrorized and demonized by antisemitic forces. How are the nations of the world responding? Often in ignorance, with indifference, knowingly turning a blind eye and sometimes even sympathizing with the sworn enemies of Israel. Could the parallels with the situation of the Jews of Germany and Austria in 1938 be any more striking?

The bible talks about a “valley of decision” (Joel, 3:14) and about the judgment of nations as either “sheep” or “goat” nations at the return of Jesus (Matt. 25:31-33) based on Genesis 12:1-3. The nations which bless Israel will be blessed. The nations which curse Israel will be cursed. The GPC-book “Israel, the Nations and the Valley of Decision” deals with this topic in greater detail (see right column). How will your nation fare in this end-time judgment scenario? Are you prepared to stand in the gap?

Continue Reading


The work of the Global Prayer Call is financed exclusively through the donations of sponsors, ministries and individuals who identify with and support the vision.

You can donate online with your Credit-Card or through your PayPal account. All donations will be handled by PayPal. You do NOT need a PayPal account for your credit card donation.


to the Global Prayer Call bank account (in EURO):

IBAN: DE29 5206 0410 0005 0271 87
Bank: Evangelische Bank eG
Receiver: Global Prayer Call

Newsletter (english)