Cliff Keller


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Cliff Keller lives in Jerusalem, Israel with his wife, Marcia after making Aliyah in the spring of 2011 from the United States. He has recently published a three-novel series, historical biblical fiction the theme of which is The Modern Restoration of Israel, based on the life and times of the prophets Elijah, Hosea and Daniel. Cliff also blogs at Standing by the Gate and has a writing website goodStories. Cliff Keller lives in Jerusalem, Israel with his wife, Marcia after making Aliyah in the spring of 2011 from the United States. He has recently published a three-novel series, historical biblical fiction the theme of which is The Modern Restoration of Israel, based on the life and times of the prophets Elijah, Hosea and Daniel. Cliff also blogs at Standing by the Gate and has a writing website goodStories.
Church of the Holy Sepulchre, The Edicule of the Holy Sepulchre

A Jerusalem shrine may reasonably be Jesus’ burial site

The Edicule of the Holy Sepulchre (from the Latin aedicule, or "little house"), located in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City's Christian Quarter, has long been regarded by many Christians worldwide as the site of Christ's ancient burial tomb.

Team Israel vaults into the 2017 World Baseball Classic and accomplishes much more

This September, the last spot in the 2017 World Baseball Classic field of 16 nations fell to Israel as Israeli Baseball won a tournament in Brooklyn, New York. But, as always seems the case in these latter days in Israel, there's much more to the story.

Israeli Knesset member leads 14 ambassadors on Gaza security tour

Yesh Atid Party Chairman and Knesset Member Yair Lapid, along with members of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, led a delegation of representatives from 14 foreign governments on a tour of the Gaza border last week.

Come Build the Walls of Jerusalem

Almost four thousand kilometers separate Carlisle in Northern England, where Paul Calvert was born, and Bethlehem here in Israel where Paul—a self-described Bible-believing evangelical Christian and journalist—now lives and pursues a unique ministry.

What are They going to do to Keep it?

Cliff writes, "There seems to be nothing Israelis dislike more than long waiting lines. Though this country has a robust universal healthcare system, my recent visit to a somewhat chaotic system pharmacy in Jerusalem perfectly demonstrates the phenomenon."

Appointments in Jerusalem

Cliff writes, "Jerusalem is a providential place where coincidence rarely explains anything. It certainly did not seem in play on the day, in 2011, when Carolyn Hyde felt prompted to introduce herself to Marcia and me at a Jerusalem restaurant."