Watch the Global Day of Prayer on God TV!

General May 8, 2008

God TV, the only TV network to broadcast globally from Jerusalem, will be airing the extraordinary prayer event known as Global Day of Prayer (GDOP) LIVE.

Participate in all the excitement of unified Repentance and Prayer by tuning in to GOD TV this Pentecost Sunday, May 11 2008.
GOD TV Founders, Rory & Wendy Alec together with the Visionary & Founder of Global Day of Prayer, Graham Power, will host this LIVE broadcast direct from the network’s global transmission centre at the base of Mount Zion. The broadcast marathon will feature satellite links to 11 prayer venues in different cities across the time zones - from New Zealand to the USA.

Hundreds of thousands of believers will be gathering in venues around the world. Please go to one of these locations but if you can’t then tune in to GOD TV or watch online at www.god.tv


Over and above the GDOP broadcast, which will feature footage from The Call Jerusalem, you will also be able to access multiple web casts online from the many permanent cameras in different GDOP locations around the globe. GOD TV will also be streaming all 12 hours of the The Call in Jerusalem.

By simply registering online at
www.god.tv you can participate in this historic day of prayer from locations all over the earth.

Whether you watch LIVE or online, as you connect, we ask you to please consider giving a donation to help cover the costs of making this telecast available around the world.

Whatever you do, don’t miss this extraordinary broadcast!

For more information about the broadcast visit www.god.tv


About GOD TV

GOD TV was founded in the UK in 1995 by Christian media pioneers Rory & Wendy Alec and in 12 short years has become a global phenomenon. Today the network beams a broad cross section of cutting-edge programs, including many life-changing LIVE broadcasts, into millions of homes worldwide. The only Christian broadcaster to transmit globally from Jerusalem, GOD TV’s powerful signal is carried via multiple satellites providing free viewing to almost half a billion people 24-hours-a-day.