CBN News was given an exclusive look at what up until now was a secret IDF mission. It’s a one of a kind Middle East story that combines the Israel Defense Forces, a Christian ministry and the brutality of the Syrian civil war.
This year's biblical Feast of Tabernacles celebration in Israel also marks the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War, when Jerusalem was re-united under Israeli sovereignty. And CBN'S docudrama "In Our Hands" is taking festival goers back in time for that amazing story.
President Donald Trump told former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee he'll delay moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem... The question some here in Israel are asking is "why the delay?"
At a time of rising anti-Semitism, thousands of Christians are in Jerusalem to celebrate the biblical Feast of Tabernacles and stand with Israel. They came from the ends of the earth for the six-day celebration, sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ), answering an ancient invitation.
Israelis not only mourn with Americans, they want to share the hard fought lessons they've learned over years of dealing with acts of terror.
Endorsed by Israel's Ministry of Education, the program focuses on biblical characters to help teach lessons. One example is the obstacle named Goliath.
The Bible calls Israel the land of milk and honey. But where did the honey the Bible writes about come from? For a long time, it was accepted that the honey part came from dates – one of the seven species in the in the land of Israel mentioned in Deuteronomy.
Many Americans are anticipating Monday's eclipse and wondering just what it means. It won't be visible in Israel, but the Bible records several times when dramatic signs involving the sun took place in this area. The question is can we expect to see such signs today?
President Trump and Russian President Putin recently announced a ceasefire in parts of southern Syria. A cease fire on the surface sounds like a great idea, but some Israeli leaders feel it presents a clear and present danger to the Jewish state.
The Palestinian Authority just increased part of its budget that pays convicted terrorists and their families. The move comes despite pressure from the United States to end the practice.