Yad Aman is a place that provides an opportunity for young Messianic artists to take their first steps on the stage. In the past year there was at least one artist who after performing on our stage made it on to one of the most watched TV shows in Israel, The Next Star.
In just a few weeks, Israel will celebrate its seventieth anniversary, remembering the momentous events of May 14, 1948, when David Ben Gurion announced the establishment of the Jewish state and Israel took its place among the nations.
The Jerusalem Post published a recent article entitled EVANGELICALS AND ISRAEL with an amazing byline in favor of Messianic Jews: Perhaps the government of Israel should start viewing Messianic Jews as diplomatic assets rather than a religious threat.
Prayer for Israel News Concerns of impending war remain high in Israel and not just on Israel's northern border, but also in a serious escalation...
The only Messianic day school in Jerusalem, Makor HaTikvah, recently attended the First Lego League (FLL) Robotics Competition. The team of Messianic believers completed an amazing comeback to go from 24th place to 5th place to make the finals!
The Fergusons, both accomplished musicians, refined their vision for the Worship Initiative by asking themselves what they would have most liked made available to them as they began their journeys; among the most important, they decided, were affordable recording, musical resources, well-wishers, encouragement and leads.
Let down by the orthodox synagogue in her early years, Barri was searching for answers to fill the void in her heart. The day...
At a UN Security Council briefing on Syria Wednesday, US Ambassador Nikki Haley said the situation on the ground is getting worse and preventing a peaceful solution there.
Potential for the outbreak of war on Israel's northern border is a major prayer point for Israel as a nation. A drone from of an Iranian base in central Syria violated Israeli airspace
What looked like a typical children’s party was actually a worship event held specifically for children, hosted by Yuval, a Messianic music and arts school in Jerusalem.
Asher writes, "There is a big difference between our purity and His power. We are to be concerned about our purity. We don’t have to worry about God’s power."
Moran writes, "Isn’t it amazing what we find when we read the Scriptures beginning to end? He wants to be with you, dear brothers and sisters – the Living God is not a distant god, but rather One who longs to be near each of you."
"In a contest for the best king of Israel, David would surely win. Though not without flaws, he was an incredible leader, and a very impressive man. However, God had taken him through a grueling regime to prepare him to be king."
Eddie writes, "As the Word of God declares our battle is not against flesh and blood but against spiritual forces in high places. Praise God the power and authority that God has given to us is far beyond the forces of our enemies."
Ron writes, "This week, world renown theologian and general spewer of nonsense, Joy Behar, said that people who expect God to speak to them are mentally ill. You know, nutso—hearing voices. Well, here is how she put it."
Israeli Messianic Community News
Eddie writes, "As we trust in God and lay hold of his infinite power, our lives are filled with overflowing blessings. Here are just a few of the many wonderful events that have filled the past few weeks and allowed us to be 'The light of the world!'"
Ezra Short, 17, an acrobatic gymnast who lives in Holon, has been selected to be in the Junior Men’s Group that will represent Israel on the world stage. The 26th World Championships Acrobatic Gymnastics competition will take place between April 13 to 15 in Antwerp, Belgium.
Believing women from around Israel gathered last month for a women’s conference that inspired hope and peace and, symbolically, took place at Magdala, the archaeological site of believed to be the home town of biblical heroine Mary Magdalene.
KNI recently featured five believing ministries that meet the needs of the poor here. In part two, we highlight another five local and international ministries that bring aid to Israelis.
When Richard and Carolyn Hyde of Heart of G-d Ministries made Aliyah to Israel in 2003, each was granted citizenship and issued an Israeli passport. When the time arrived for the couple to renew their documents, the Israeli Ministry of Interior (MOI) routinely issued a ten-year passport to Richard, who is Christian, but declined to renew Carolyn’s, a Jewish follower of Yeshua.