What Does Project Peace On Earth Do?

Project Peace on Earth organizes international peace initiatives that consist of developing and producing inspirationally transformational music concerts and workshops, medical missions, aerial art and fine art events/exhibits, social awareness promotional bus tours and lecture series, cause oriented high school and college campus awareness/media events, dance performance /events, video and films, social media and engagement activities towards the end goals of:

1) Empowering inner peace through sacred music,  joyous live experiences, spiritually illuminated: writing, videos, practices and disciplines.

2) Fostering the process of forgiveness and the active realization of compassion with the self and all others.

3) Inspiring the recognition of shared interests, commonalities of goodness and the message of love inherent to all religious/spiritual teachings.

4) Increasing empathy and communication skills through “walk in the other person’s shoes” experiences.

5) Producing large scale and worldwide multimedia events that utilize perennial wisdoms to evoke the humanitarian, political and spiritual realization that  “All Are One and Lovingly Connected”.


 Summer of 2008 – PPOE launched the Peace Has Begun campaign designed to reposition the word “Peace” from a noun into a tactical verb the transforms the meaning of peace into actionable activities that address key social issues that impact children, teens, adults, families, schools, cities, communities, and states.  Two broadcast journalists traveled on the bus interviewing people on the streets, civic leaders, national best selling authors, university leaders and famed celebrities to discover their personal pathway to peace and how they apply this daily to make the world a better place and place of peace.


On September 28-29th, 2010 our Medical Mission helped to restore the eye-sight of 40 elderly people.  PPOE Founder, Steve Robertson, lead a medical mission which brought a famed eye surgical team to Saint John’s Eye Hospital in Hebron Palestine.  During this mission PPOE delivered almost $400,000 in Free cataract surgeries to 40 deserving elderly people.



CHRISTMAS EVE (12.24.12)

2012 Bethlehem “Free All” Project Peace On Earth concert from Steve Robertson on Vimeo.

On December 24th Christmas Eve 2012, as part of Project Peace On Earth’s second annual global musical prayer for peace concert from Bethlehem, world famed musicians beamed in their musical prayers for peace to Bethlehem and then sent them out to the world.

The PPOE streaming concert link of 12.24.12 transmission to and from Bethlehem to the world features performances by:

Jon Anderson (lead singer of Yes), Serj Tankian (lead singer of System of a Down), Gary Nicholson (Grammy winning Texas Hall of Fame singer/song writer), Joanne Shenandoah (Grammy winning Native American singer/song writer), Sussan Deyhim (world famed Sufi Singer), Fox Lima (MMX Enigma Social Song singer/song writer), Richard Horowitz (famed film score composer), Itai Desraeli and Hagai (Maetar), Ernest Chapman (lead singer of Team Illuminati based in Nashville), Seay (award winning New Age/ World Music singer/song writer from Nashville), Peter Joseph – edutainment video shorts (“Emergence” and “Spirituality” content contributions from Steve Robertson)

December 25th, 2011 First Annual PPOE Concert from Bethlehem

On December 25th, 2011 almost 80 million homes were reached by our globally telecast musical prayer for peace on Christmas Day from Bethlehem Palestine. Our first worldwide concert accomplished what many said was impossible, a globally telecast concert of Grammy Winning Musicians sending out a sacred musical message of peace to an audience of over 80 million people.  Please watch the PPOE live broadcast on our home page.


  On November 25th, 2011 we brought 1000 Palestinian Refugee Children to the base of the Mount of Temptation in Jericho.  They were then guided to form the image of the Picasso Peace Dove and spell out the words “Love All”.   The image of the Dove and words “Love All”, which was filmed and shot aerially, sent out a message of love and hope for other children and adults worldwide.  In September 2012 the UN selected this image, out of 800,000 pictures, as one of the 49 most iconic images since the organization’s inception.

12.24.12, Christmas Eve,  in Manger Square Bethlehem, Boy and Girl scout troops lead additional Palestinian youth to participate in forming a human “Peace Symbol and spelling the words “Love All” to send an aerial image message of Christmas love, peace and joy to the world.

 December 31st, 2012, New Years Eve,  as part of a Project Peace On Earth “Free All” peace initiative, hundreds of boy and girl scouts join in solidarity at the Dividing Wall in front of the Israeli guard tower, just next to the famed Entry Gate of the Patriarch in Bethlehem (the historical original road into Bethlehem). Here, the scouts form the message “Free All” and express a continuous image of permanent handprints that send a prayerful plea to all world leaders and the brotherhood of all scouts to bring the Israeli Dividing Wall down and to establish a lasting freedom, justice and peace for all. President Abbas delivers a speech to the boy and girl scouts on the importance and historic significance of their participation in the PPOE “Free All” aerial art initiative. (“Free All” making of video montage and President Abbas speech soon to be released)

PPOE Founder and CEO, Steve Robertson, helps to heal the wall before boy and girl scouts participate in the Free All initiative.

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