Bangor symbolizes one of the most impressive events of European church history. Two to three thousand monks prayed there for over 300 years in a 24-7 prayer. When the monks grew tired, they stood in cold water up to their waists and worshipped God. The spiritual power of the revival in Bangor was so mighty, that the gospel spread over all of Europe from there. Today hundreds of thousands of Christians discover the authority of 24-7 prayer anew. This movement brought forth the new songs of the band. Irish sounds combined with Israeli-oriental elements as for example the song "Shabbat" form a unique sound that draws the listeners into the presence of God. Ted Pearce 'I met Be'ER Sheva in May of 2006 and they have rocked my world big time! The prophetic cry of their music speaks to my soul like nothing else these days. The waters from these wells never seem to run dry. Go deep!' Arni Klein, Israel 'From the time Be'ER Sheva began ministering in Israel in 2003 the Lord revolutionized this worship band taking them to new heights and depths. They are unique in that they are equally at home with tight arrangements as with flowing free in the Spirit. A major contributing element to the power of the Spirit that flows through them is that they are part of a healthy ministry family committed to following hard after Yeshua wherever He might lead.' Pastor David and Karen Davis 'Be'ER Sheva is a prophetic, cutting edge worship team that is preparing the way for the Lord's soon return. As lovers of Jesus and true intercessors, Be'ER Sheva is carrying God's eternal love for the Jewish people, and bringing living waters from the wells of salvation to the deserts of Israel. This breakthrough team, as the 'warrior bride' of Messiah, is rising up out of Germany's past with new resurrection life to bring restoration and healing to many. ' Pastor David and Karen Davis Senior Pastor / Worship Leader Kehilat HaCarmel (Carmel Assembly) Mount Carmel, Israel Avner Boskey, Be'ER Sheva, Israel 'Be'ER Sheva is a German band with it's roots solidly connected to Abraham's Well. The worshippers draw their passion and adoration through connecting with the God of the Jews and in blessing His people. Their mix of rock, worship and Middle Eastern sounds brings a smile to the mouths of Israelis, and their zeal and devotion to God delight the hearts of all who worship the God of Israel.'