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Sen. Ted Cruz and Israel’s President Isaac Herzog set to speak at a Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast in Dallas this week

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Congressman Michael Cloud, former Congresswoman and JPB founding member Michele Bachmann also expected to attend the two-day prayer event for the peace of Jerusalem

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz will be the honorary host and keynote speaker at the Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast in Dallas this week.

The two-day event will take place on Thursday and Friday and offer an evening of music and worship, a literal prayer breakfast and multiple workshops that will available to watch via streaming

Israeli President Isaac Herzog is expected to deliver remarks via video link. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is the honorary host of the event.  

The speakers’ list includes Israel’s Minister of Religious Services Matan Kahana and Member of Knesset Tatiana Mazarsky of the Yesh Atid party who chairs the Knesset Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast Caucus.

The Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast gathers government leaders and key Christian influencers from all over the world to “pray for the peace of Jerusalem,” as King David commands in Psalm 122:6. 

ALL ISRAEL NEWS Editor-in-Chief Joel Rosenberg was a guest speaker at the most recent JPB event in Estonia in February.

The prayer movement was initiated and is co-chaired by the former Knesset Member Robert Ilatov and former U.S. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. 

Each year, the JPB brings together government leaders and influential Christian leaders from all walks of society for a gathering in Israel’s capital city to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. The JPB takes the prayer breakfast to nations across the world, including the United States, Uganda, the United Kingdom, Italy, Singapore, Ghana, Netherlands, Finland and many others.

The All Israel News Staff is a team of journalists in Israel.

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