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Jerusalem House

Employment History

  • Coordinator of the Florida Reunion and Director
    Jerusalem House
  • President
    Jerusalem House
  • Founder and Coordinator
    All Nations Convocation Jerusalem
  • President
    All Nations Convocation Jerusalem
  • Publisher
    House of Prayer for All Nations
  • President
    Progressive Vision International
  • Prayer for All Nations
  • Founder and Pastor

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    All Nations Convocation Jerusalem
  • Board Member
    House of Prayer for All Nations
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Tom ..., 20 May 2015 [cached]
Tom Hess
Tom Hess (Co-Chair)
Pastor/President • Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations • Tom serves as a pastor and president of Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations, All Nations Convocation Jerusalem and Watchmen's tour of Israel and Progressive Vision Publishing and Media. He and his wife, Kate work with Jews and Arabs and have kept non-stop 24/7 prayer for 25 years on the Mt. of olives in Jerusalem and they bring close to 200 nations to Israel each year.
Let Us Weep for Zion - Charisma Magazine, 9 July 2006 [cached]
"The ship was rejected exactly 62 years ago," says Tom Hess, coordinator of the Florida reunion and director of Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations."Isaiah 62 talks about placing watchmen on the walls who will take no rest until God makes Jerusalem a praise in the earth.
"Watchmen were not on the walls 62 years ago when the U.S. government rejected [the St. Louis passengers] and sent them to the Holocaust.God is calling for a fullness of repentance and for watchmen to get back on the walls."
Hess believes God was speaking last November as Americans waited expectantly for an outcome in the presidential election, delayed for weeks by ballot counts and legal challenges in Florida."The three counties that were holding up the elections--Palm Beach, Broward and Dade--were the counties that the St. Louis passed while trying to land," Hess says.
Convocation leader Tom Hess convened the event when he realized the three Florida counties at the center of last year's election-ballot controversy--Palm Beach, Broward and Dade--made up the very coastline along which the St. Louis had waited, hoping for entry.
"God was trying to show us that there [was] unfinished business that [had] to be dealt with in regard to the United States and repentance for the sin of rejecting these people and sending them back to the Holocaust," he said.
Derene and I feel beyond Honored ..., 24 June 2008 [cached]
Derene and I feel beyond Honored to partner with Tom Hess in Israel and Curt Landry of House of David in Oklahoma.
You need to come, because Derene and I, Tom Hess and Curt Landry WANT YOU to come!
Tom Hess is the founder and Pastor of Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations (JHOPFAN), All Nations Convocation Jerusalem (ANCJ), and President of Progressive Vision Publishing (PVP).Tom has an Israeli I.D. and has lived on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem since October 1987.
Pastor Hess is the author of numerous books including Let My People Go! with over 800,000 in print in over 20 languages.His books also include The Watchmen, Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem, Prepare the Way for the King of Glory, Sons of Abraham, God's Abrahamic Covenants with Israel and the Church, Thy Kingdom Come, and Enjoying the Rest of His Presence.Pastor Hess is also the publisher of House of Prayer for All Nations (a collection of national redemptive purposes from over 200 nations), Tabernacle of David (a collection of Biblical insights from prophetic apostolic leaders around the world), Will Africa be Blessed or Cursed?, and Joshua Generation.
As an apostolic leader, Pastor Hess has ministered in over 140 nations encouraging and teaching on watching; proclamation, prayer, and praise; aliyah; and God's Kingdom coming to Israel, the Arab Middle East and the Nations.In addition to these activities and events JHOPFAN hosts convocations in all twelve Gateways of the Nations.With the help of God to oversee the fulfillment of Isaiah 19:23-25, Pastor Hess has facilitated 16 All Israel Convocations.In addition, he has coordinated 22 All Middle East Leadership Convocations for Israeli pastors and pastors from 22 Arab nations over the last 16 years in the Middle East.
Pastor Hess is also the founder and coordinator of the All Nations Convocation Jerusalem.In September 1994, church leaders, intercessors, and people of prayer from 140 nations participated in the first All Nations Convocation Jerusalem.In September 1996, leaders from 188 nations participated in the second ANCJ.By the year 2000 ANCJ had over 2000 participants from about 200 nations.The All Nations Convocation Jerusalem has become an increasingly important gathering for worldwide apostolic and prophetic movements.As a result of these convocations, there have been reports of major breakthroughs in the nations.On September 18, 2006 Pastor Hess married Kate on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, Israel where they now reside.
Background to - May 06 [cached]
Tom Hess, as President of the All Nations Convocation Jerusalem, is attending from Israel.
The Lord gave us Psalm 68 through Tom Hess during the Launching of the Second Half in Tahiti 2004.
CBN News - Celebrating the Feasts and God's Peace Plan for Israel, 28 Dec 2001 [cached]
Tom Hess, Director of the House of Prayer for All Nations, called a 40 day fast, worldwide, from August 7 through the end of Yom Kippur (September 16), asking Christians to pray for Israel during this critical time.He believes that the prayers and fasting of believers have helped stop terrorism during this time in the land.
This year, at the Convocation, Hess has concentrated his prayers on reconciliation between Jews and Arabs, and Christians attending the meetings have prayed earnestly for the peace of Jerusalem.However, Hess is not sure that Israel will experience a true lasting peace through political negotiations or military measures."The only lasting peace in the Middle East will be when Jews and Arabs recognize the Messiah, are reconciled together in Him, which will then culminate in the coming of the Messiah, Himself.Anything else is a temporary humanistic peace that has no substance, that won't last very long, and can put people to sleep and be detrimental to the Kingdom of God," said Hess.
Hess said the believers prayed "that God would direct him, that he would stand strong for Christians in the nations, and that terrorism would be defeated."As September 11th approached, there was a burden of prayer that America's wounds would be healed.
CBN News asked Hess why he thought America and Israel continued to be such strong allies."I think the reason for the bond is God's providence.America has the largest Jewish community in the world.Christians and Jews are in government, and in places of influence, and Christians are standing by Israel," he noted.
Hess believes that President Bush has been one of the strongest supporters of Israel of any U.S. president, but he still needs greater prayer."He needs more revelation.People are praying that the Lord will give him that revelation.Thank God that the United States is one of the few countries in the world standing for Israel," Hess said.
The focus of this year's All Nations Convocation has been to bring nations together, in Jerusalem, for days of repentance.Christians have prayed for salvation for all people throughout the world; for the Jewish people to return to their homeland, Israel; and for there to be a greater trust between Arabs and Jews.According to Hess, "I think there's progressive breakthroughs and more stones removed toward God's peace process, which is Isaiah Chapter 19:23-25."
Those verses from Isaiah say: "In that day there will be a highway from Egypt to Assyria, and the Assyrians will come into Egypt, and the Egyptians into Assyria, and the Egyptians will serve with the Assyrians.In that day, Israel will be one of three with Egypt and Assyria – a blessing in the midst of the land, whom the Lord of hosts shall bless, saying, ‘Blessed is Egypt, My people, and Assyria, the work, of my hands, and Israel, My inheritance.'"
Hess believes this is also a time when Christians should worship the Lord and give Him no rest until He establishes Jerusalem as a praise in the earth.Hess has a vision for 24 hours of prayer, praise and worship.He has already helped to establish houses of prayer in 150 nations, globally."There's a greater harvest and openness to God's Kingdom coming.We're believing this to happen in every nation of the world," he said.
While the Convocation is mainly attended by Christian leaders, Hess claims that international government leaders have been to the meetings in past years."Our hope is in the Lord, so our primary direction is working to see the Kingdom of the Lord established.We're working with spiritual leaders.Government leaders are encouraged by them."
During the Convocation, Hess has convened with a counsel of leaders from both Israel and the nations.He explained, "God has given this group a corporate gift of unity.We have had that gift, significantly, since 1994, when the Convocations first began.We take counsel together with the Lord."
It was in 1994 that 100 countries were represented during a visit to the House of Prayer for All Nations.That marked the beginning of preparations for the All Nations Convocation.This year, the largest continent represented is Europe, followed by Asia and Africa.
Since the establishment of the All Nations Convocation, there's been a spiritual openness among people in the nations, according to Hess.Christian world leaders, who come up to Jerusalem to celebrate the feasts of the Lord, have acknowledged that during the most difficult of times, believers can be effective in prevailing prayer for Israel and the nations.Hess says that prayer is the key to world redemption and the furthering of God's plans and purposes on the earth."I think that something happens in the Spirit when so many people come together to pray."
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