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Be’ad Chaim Gardens of Life blossoms in Israel

The Gardens of Life (Ganei Haim in Hebrew) serves as a memorial for unborn children, babies who were either miscarried, aborted, stillborn or lost for some other reason. It is a holy place, a unique space where people are able to receive comfort, mercy and healing, and remember the lost little lives.

Israeli universities help develop Arab startups

A leading Israeli college is helping gifted Arab engineering and medical students enter the business world with creative and innovative ideas for startups in their respective fields.

Christian journalists wrap Up conference, call for a follow-up on Israel’s 70th birthday

More than 130 international journalists and media people wrapped up the first-ever Christian Media Conference Wednesday evening in Jerusalem.

Israelis win three gold medals at International judo match

Three Judokas representing Israel each won gold medals while competing at the International Judo Federation's 2017 Grand Prix in Uzbekistan last month boosting Israel to the highest medal ranking at the tournament that took place in Tashkent between Oct. 6-8.

Israel “will not conduct diplomatic negotiations with a Palestinian government that relies on Hamas”

Israel’s Security Cabinet voted on Tuesday to not negotiate with the Palestinians until Hamas disarms and recognizes the State of Israel, the Cabinet releasing a list of necessary conditions to enter negotiations for the peace process.

CBN presents ‘In Our Hands’ at Christian Media Conference in Jerusalem

CBN CEO Gordon Robertson introduced "In Our Hands: the Battle for Jerusalem" to more than 100 international Christian journalists at Israel's first-ever, government-sponsored Christian Media Conference Tuesday.

Israeli Muslim couple hosts hundreds at their ‘Sukkah of Hope’

During the holiday of Sukkot, an Arab-Israeli Muslim couple built a large sukkah — traditionally only done by Jews — on their terrace and invited the public to come and enjoy live music, eat kosher and Arab cuisine and to engage in meaningful conversation.

Archeologist discover ancient Roman theatre next to Western Wall

Archeologists from the Israel Antiquity Authority confirmed the discovery of the first Roman public structure ever discovered in Jerusalem on Monday, an ongoing archeological dig still underway.

Israel hosts international Christian reporters, galvanizes evangelical support for Jewish state

Speaking at the first of its kind conference for Christian media sponsored by the Israeli government, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told participants that Christians are Israel’s best friends.

Believers join Women Wage Peace march

The march was organized by the Israeli grassroots Women Wage Peace movement, and culminated in a rally of some 30,000 people in Jerusalem on Oct. 8. This year’s march was the second of its kind, the first having taken place last year.

Featured Blogs

Healing father wounds

Asher writes, "We have to come to peace with our parents’ “inheritance” and influence in our lives. I recently came across an old photo of my parents, when they were the age that my children are now."

Does Israel’s democracy even matter anymore?

Aaron writes, "Traditionally, Israel has argued that Western countries should support it because it is “the only true democracy in the Middle East.” That used to garner a lot of sympathy in Western countries, but it’s becoming less and less relevant for several reasons."

The light of Messiah in creation

Eric writes, "Within these first few sentences, the plan of salvation of man is established and a key principle to finding that means of redemption is also established."

Commentary on Parashat Noah

Moran writes, "What I admire most about Noah is his commitment to honoring God regardless of the cost. His righteousness was a result of his faith in God, which he then put into action."

Multilateralism is not a virtue…

Cliff writes, "But America and the West have not so much abandoned their core values as they have replaced them with inane generalities like multilateralism."

Israeli Messianic Community News

New edition to be done on “Facts & Myths About the Messianic Congregations in...

David writes, "We plan to gather the data over the next six months, after which we will prepare the data for publication. Our hope is to be able to publish those findings near the twenty-year anniversary of the release of the first Facts & Myths."

Called to bless

"We know that God is watching over His word to perform it and every person who joins themselves to Israel and to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is blessed. We see this in stories such as Rahab the harlot and Ruth the Moabite."

LISTEN: Interview with Gordon Robertson of CBN – News of interest to Christians

Paul Calvert of Focus On Israel-Radio speaks Gordon Robertson, CEO of Christian Broadcasting Network, at the Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem, October 15, 2017.
Gitte Macbeth

Two stories among thousands at the ICEJ Feast of Tabernacles

Gitte Macbeth returned to Israel this year after an absence of 26 years, serving as a delegate from Denmark to the ICEJ Feast of Tabernacles. “I want to get closer to God,” Macbeth told KNI at the Feast's first plenary session.

Israeli taxi driver: “Yeshua was ‘blanking’ Jewish!”

Ron writes, "You must forgive me for the title of this blog, but I am just keeping it real! I mean, when your Israeli taxi driver has a revelation and exclaims biblical truth with joy that he has never known, it doesn’t always come out the way you might expect."