Actor Dean Cain visits the Friends of Zion Museum in Jerusalem.
(photo credit: COURTESY OF THE FRIENDS OF ZION MUSEUM)
Dean Cain, an American actor, producer, writer, director and television show host who played the role of Superman in the 1990s American TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, said he was “blown away” when he visited the Friends of Zion Museum in Jerusalem on Friday.
Cain was moved when he found out that Friends of Zion has mobilized 37 million Christians to support Israel in just a little over two years since its opening. Their goal is to reach 100 million supporters in four years.
FoZ founder Mike Evans is one of US President Donald Trump’s faith advisors. He is also responsible for the massive billboard campaigns in Jerusalem that welcomed Trump and Vice President Mike Pence when they separately visited Jerusalem.
In December, Evans presented the president with the Friend of Zion award in the Oval Office for his support of Israel.