Hagee called upon Christian leaders in America to join him in launching his new initiative.
Over 400 leaders, each representing a denomination, mega-church, media ministry, publishing company, or Protestant university voiced support and Christians United for Israel was created.
When I first started playing Civilization 5, one of the first things I looked for on the internet was a list of all civilizations and their leaders.
I found a few, but none of them gave a convenient list of each civ, their leader, the unique trait and the special buildings and units they provide.
I still wanted to have such a list, so I decided to make it myself instead.
This is due to the fact that they generally work with a specific version of the game and after updating it or choosing another language they may (although do not have to) stop working or even malfunction.
Extra care should be taken with modifications, trainers, and other things that were not created by the games developers.
In this case the possibility of malfunctioning or even damaging the game, which may necessitate reinstalling the game, is particularly high.
Hagee would legally incorporate the revived organization on February 7, 2006.
Since its reorganization it has operated out of San Antonio, Texas, where Hagee has long operated his own ministry.