May 25, 2001


The Global Prayer & Missions Movement Database

Strategic Partnerships for the Propagation of Another Gospel


~ I marvel that ye are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ unto another gospel. ~ Galatians 1:6




Based on original sources, this ever-expanding database lays out the inter-connections of the Lausanne Consultation for World Evangelization [LCWE] with the Global Prayer & Missions Movement -- mobilized prayer initiatives in the local churches. The LCWE’s goal is the evangelization* of the world during the early years of the new millennium.


*Evangelization is a term coined by Harold Ockenga of Fuller Theological Seminary. As we shall discover, evangelization carries a very different meaning from the biblical command of “[doing] the work of an evangelist” (II Tim. 4:5) -- the sharing of the Gospel and bringing souls into the Church until the fullness of the Gentiles is complete (Romans 11:25). The very roots/origins of evangelization are contrary to Scripture.


Long before the first Lausanne Consultation convened in 1974 under the leadership of Billy Graham, this global mission master-plan was conceived and mapped out. Seemingly, the movement began in the 1930s in the Forest Home Christian Conference Center of Henrietta Mears and was further developed at Fuller Theological Seminary. However, as will be shown in the forthcoming report, the global missions/prayer movement dates back to the formation of the Evangelical Alliance in 1846 in the Grand Lodge of England headquarters at Freemason Hall, London.  The Evangelical Alliance is the parent organization of the World Evangelical Fellowship, which serves the United Nations agenda as a non-governmental organization (NGO) in Special Consultative Status with UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).


The Missions Movement and the Prayer Movement are intertwined; prayer is organized to support the evangelization missionaries. Truly there are believers who have committed their lives to serving the Lord on the mission field, but if they are in a partnership with Lausanne, as the majority are, they need to understand the system they are serving. The prayer warriors who support them need to know the same. Christians who are involved in evangelism and intercessory prayer must be guided by the precepts of Scripture, rather than the innovations of men:


I am thy servant; give me understanding, that I may know thy testimonies…

Therefore I esteem all thy precepts concerning all things to be right; and I hate every false way.

~ Psalm 119:125 & 128


Our purpose is to present the facts about the Global Prayer & Missions Movement:


What is the history?

How is it organized?

Who are the leaders?

How is it being implemented in the local churches?


Billy Graham's statement on a universal religion reveals the false gospel of the evangelization movement:


“…that’s what God is doing today, He’s calling people out of the world for His name, whether they come from the Muslim world, or the Buddhist world, or the Christian world, or the non-believing world, they are members of the Body of Christ because they’ve been called by God. They may not even know the name of Jesus, but they know in their hearts that they need something that they don't have, and they turn to the only light that they have, and I think that they are saved, and that they’re going to be with us in heaven.

“…and the Roman Catholic Church has changed. They open their arms to welcome us and we have the support of the Catholic Church almost everywhere we go. And I think that we must come to the place where we keep our eyes on Jesus Christ, not on what denomination or what church or what group we belong to.” - May 31, 1997 Interview of Billy Graham by Robert Schuller


Leaders of the ecumenical Lausanne/AD 2000 & Beyond Movement are taking well-meaning, but undiscerning Christians on a route that parallels but is separate from the narrow path of Scripture. We pray that this database will serve as a wake up call for those participants in the Global Prayer & Missions Movement who are genuinely seeking to do the will of the Lord.


About the Leaders of the Lausanne Consultation / AD2000 United Prayer Movement:  


They claim that God birthed this movement.

As Apostles and Prophets of this movement, they claim they are called to identify the emerging leaders in each nation.

Their work centers around creating a mapping system / databank of the world’s populations ostensibly for prayer purposes.

They have introduced New Age/pagan terminology/concepts: vision casting, prayerwalking, prayer journeys/ journeyers, spiritual mapping, synchronized prayers in symbolic territorial locations, identifying/exorcising territorial spirits, redeeming the land, engaging in battle with the Queen of Heaven, city transformation, etc.

Their strategies and methodologies were developed in the 1930s at Fuller Theological Seminary.

They are ecumenical -- abandoning sound doctrine for religious unity, even partnering with those who reject the inerrancy of Scripture.


Now the God of peace, that brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, Make you perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is well-pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ;

to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen. ~ Hebrews 13:20-21



The Global Prayer & Missions Movement Database

Strategic Partnerships for the Propagation of Another Gospel


The GPM Database is organized as follows:

Global Prayer & Missions Movement Database


Overview of Database


Missions Mobilization

Early Streams of the Global Missions Movement

Current Streams of the Global Missions Movement

Prayer Mobilization

Lausanne/AD 2000 & Beyond/Mission America

Leaders of the Global Prayer Movement

Messianic & Discernment Ministries Facilitating the Transition to Lausanne




Global Prayer & Missions Movement Database Overview




Ø     EARLY STREAMS of the Global Missions Movement


The Evangelical Alliance /World Evangelical Fellowship

Evangelical Alliance founded in Freemason’s Hall/United Grand Lodge of England, 1846


National Association of Evangelicals [NAE, 1942]


World Evangelical Fellowship [WEF, 1951]

[revived from “dying embers” by the NAE / roots in the Evangelical Alliance 1846]

WEF is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)


WEF History & Leadership since 1951

Prominent Leaders associated with WEF today



WEF Theology Commission

WEF Religious Liberty Commission

WEF Youth Commission 

WEF Commission on Women's Concerns


WEF Member & Affiliate Organizations

A global network of 120 national/regional evangelical church alliances, 104 organizational ministries and 6 specialized ministries serving the worldwide church through WEF.


World Evangelical Fellowship 11th General Assembly 2001 


Billy Graham

• Youth for Christ 

• Urbana [InterVarsity Christian Fellowship]

• World Vision [1950s] 

• Billy Graham Evangelistic Association [BGEA] / Wheaton College

• Christianity Today [1956]

• Lausanne Consultation on World Evangelization [LCWE] 1974 

• Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability [ECFA] 1979

TOPIC––Trainers of Pastors International Coalition

• Amsterdam 2000 - Itinerant Evangelists


Lausanne Consultation on World Evangelism [LCWE]

A.D. 2000 & Beyond launched


Kaleidoscopic Global Action Plan [KGAP]

Jay Gary / Vinson Synan


Need for More Data:

Global Evangelism Movement

Global Mapping International


Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism [LCJE]

Ascendance of Messianic Judaism over Hebrew Christianity

Hebraic Roots of Christianity


TIMELINE: NAE/ WEF/ Lausanne Movement  



Ø     CURRENT STREAMS of the Global Missions Movement


New millennial global network:

The Great Commission Global Roundtable/ GCGR [2000] Partnership


GCR International Task Force Members & Board of Reference


Fuller Theological Seminary

Strategies and Methodologies

Renovaré sponsored by Fuller Seminary’s Pacific Association

Fuller’s Mission to the Global Village

Cecil M. Robeck, Jr. - Representative to WCC and Roman Catholic dialogue

Dr. Jehu Hanciles -Currents in World Christianity Project [UK]

Fuller’s School of World Mission/SWM


U.S. Center for World Mission

Ralph Winter, founder

• Fuller Theological Seminary - Professor of School of World Mission

• Perspectives on the World Christian Movement


Ministries for Students

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s URBANA

• URBANA speakers [1947-2000]

• InterVarsity & IVCF University Affiliations

• IFES - International Fellowship of Evangelical Students [1947]           



Association of Theological Schools [ATS]  

WEF's Theology Commission [1975] & Theological/Seminary Accreditation

  The Association of Theological Schools and City Transformation

  The Association of Theological Schools: Intersection of Religion, Science and Cloning 


“A new kind of scholarship program for theological education was envisioned in 1953 by two nationally known educators, Nathan Pusey, President of Harvard University, and Henry Pitney Van Dusen, President of Union Theological Seminary, New York… Pusey and Van Dusen were not alone, and they were able to convince the Rockefeller Brothers Fund to support a new initiative that would enable highly qualified college graduates considering but undecided on a ministerial career to enroll in an exploratory year of theological studies. In 1954 an eminent board of directors was established under Pusey's leadership in close cooperation with the American Association of Theological Schools to guide the new program…”


World Vision

World Vision is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

Institute for Global Engagement [IGE]

Fuller Seminary’s Tim Dearborn, IGE Director

Robert Seiple, U.S. Ambassador for Religious Freedom

Chris Seiple, member, Council on Foreign Relations [CFR]


Council for National Policy

CNP Members & Politics: 

Heritage Foundation

Free Congress Foundation

Conservative Caucus    

Other “Christian” Ministries

CNP members involved in the leadership of the Lausanne Consultation/ Prayer Movement


Coalition on Revival [COR]

COR Purpose

COR Steering Committee

COR Cross-over membership with other Orgs

COR History and Documents


Christian Legal Society [CLS]

U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom

Advocates International

World Evangelical Fellowship’s Religious Liberty Commission/CLS ties

CLS & Center for Public Justice

Charitable Choice/ Faith-Based Welfare Reform: Private Foundations & Multinational Corporations    

CLS Alliance Defense Fund & the Council for National Policy

Alliance Defense Fund & American Center for Law and Justice [ACLJ] 

ACLJ & Lifeline/AmeriVision [Jay Sekulow, CNP]

Trinity Law School/ Trinity International University [TIU]

TIU’s Center for Bioethics          


Pew Charitable Trusts Grants to Religion


Ecumenical Documents and Initiatives

• International Council on Biblical Inerrancy [1978]

COR Manifesto [Coalition on Revival, 1986]

Williamsburg Charter [1988]

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood [1988]

Evangelicals and Catholics Together I [1994]

Evangelicals and Catholics Together II  [1997]

We Hold These Truths - A Statement of Christian Conscience & Citizenship [1997]

• Christian Chamber of Commerce - J. Gunnar Olsen

• Renovaré [Catholic/ mysticism]

• Promise Keepers [Vineyard /Catholics / Focus on the Family/ Lausanne]

An Evangelical Celebration [2000]

• WEF's International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church [IDOPPC]

• Focus on the Family's National Day of Prayer for “All Faiths” [NDOP]

• Pentecostal World Conference

The Alpha Course

The Call, D.C.**[Sept. 2000] / Elijah Revolution

• Purpose Driven Church - Rick Warren/ Saddleback Community Church                      


GPM Leaders involved on Lausanne-related projects

Jay Gary

Vinson Synan



Global Prayer & Missions Movement Database


v      PRAYER MOBILIZATION: A Global Movement Mobilizing Churches for Prayer


Ø     LAUSANNE / AD 2000 & Beyond / Mission America


AD 2000 & Beyond [1989, emerging from the Lausanne Consultation] 

AD 2000 Prayer Track Committee [C. Peter Wagner, coordinator]


AD 2000 Mobilization of united prayer in the United States:

Mission America [Paul Cedar, Chair of the Lausanne Committee]

Associated Mission America projects

Lighthouse Prayer Movement

National Prayer Committee

City/Community Prayer Transformation

Pastors’ Ministry

National Network of Men’s Ministries

Women’s Ministry

National Network of Youth Ministry 

Case Studies of Lausanne and the Local Church


Global Prayer & Missions Movement Database


Ø     LEADERS of the Global Prayer Movement


C. Peter Wagner

Fuller Theological Seminary - Church Growth

Global Harvest Ministries:

World Prayer Center [WPC]

International Spiritual Warfare Network

Wagner Institute


George Otis, Jr.

Global Harvest Ministries

The Sentinel Group 

                        Transformations I & II


Ted Haggard

Christian Information Network [CIN] / Caleb Project/Joshua Project

Director, National Association of Local Church Prayer Leaders [NALCPL]


Cindy & Mike Jacobs

Generals of Intercession

Spiritual Warfare Network


Global Prayer & Missions Movement Database


v       MESSIANIC & DISCERNMENT MINISTRIES Facilitating the Transition to Lausanne


Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelization [LCJE]

Hashivenu / Fuller Theological Seminary

Messianic Jewish Alliance of America [MJAA]

MJAA & Rick Joyner / Stephen Strang [liaison to Charismatics]

Jews for Jesus

Ariel Ministries Arnold Fructenbaum


Hebrew Roots Movement / British Israel Movement

Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research [JSSR]

• David Bivin

• JSSR & Christian ministries

• JSSR’s Jerusalem Perspective magazine & Focus on the Family (James Dobson)

• JSSR’s Jerusalem Perspective & Wycliffe Bible Translators / Summer Institute of Linguistics [SIL]

JSSR Affiliates


Christian Friends of Israel, UK

• Founders – Lance Lambert and David Bivin [JSSR]

The Park at Moggerhanger, UK

• Cross + Word – Tricia Tillin

Moriel Jacob Prasch

• Hawaii Calvary Chapel Discernment Conference 2001

Messengers of Messiah Peter Michas

• The Christian Conscience – Lynn & Sarah Leslie

Embrace Israel Reuven Doron

• Francis Frangipane/Rick Joyner

• “One New Man in Christ” – Unity of Christians & Jews


Cult Watch/ Cult Apology/ Prophecy/ Discernment

Hank Hanegraaff Christian Research Institute

Worldwide Church of God

Spiritual Counterfeits Project [S.C.P.]

EMNR [Evangelical Ministries to New Religions]

“EMNR was born in an effort to practically implement Affirmation 7 of the Lausanne Covenant”

• Watchman Fellowship

Sandy Simpson – Deception in the Church

Prophecy Central Ron Graf

Antipas – Dene McGriff/Stevan Shearer [CIA]


Ministries under the Council for National Policy Umbrella

John Ankerberg Ankerberg Institute for Theological Studies

Chuck Missler – Koinonia House

Patrick Matrisciana – Jeremiah Films, Citizens for Honest Government


Ministries associated with Council for National Policy  

Gary Kah – Hope for the World

Jewel van der Merwe – Discernment Ministries

Berit Kjos – Kjos Ministries

Robert Simonds  - NACE/CEE

Dave Hunt – Berean Call

Chuck Smith – Calvary Chapel



The Global Prayer & Missions Movement Database: Missions Mobilization