It’s fascinating to see Israel through the eyes of a first-time visitor. Many react with child-like excitement and wonder, “why didn’t I come years ago?”
"Whether you are fully on board with the “whole Israel thing”, or if you are still searching God’s heart and His Word on these matters, if you are a Gentile I am guessing this topic has at some point brought up identity issues for you."
David’s Key is a fellowship of believers in Rishon LeTzion, taking their place as priests and kings in prayer, supplication and worship. The Prayer House meets daily for intercession and spiritual equipping and is committed to the vision of One New Man in Messiah.
Through HaTikva Project, Christians everywhere have an opportunity to not only minister to the needs of the local believers in Israel, but to also strategically fund the growing body of Messiah in Israel.
"If Juliet could discover so much about Romeo from his last name, how much more can we derive from the powerful names of Almighty God?"
"The glory of the Gospel and the Kingdom of God is displayed to the world when we (Israel and the Church) preserve the beauty of our various callings, while also having a unity only the Holy Spirit can create. The one is not meant to replace the other, they are meant to work together."
Reach Initiative International (RII) is a Messianic Jewish ministry born out of deep love for God and all of His people. Founded by Stewart and Chantal Winograd, with a single motivation: to follow Jesus’ example of sacrificial love.
God is a “Father to the fatherless, a defender of widows.” (Psalm 68:5) Director of Streams in the Desert, Marianna Gol, believes their ministry is called to represent the Father heart of God to the to under-privileged in Israel.
Amud HaEsh (Hebrew: “Pillar of Fire”) is the first Hebrew-speaking, Ethiopian community in Jerusalem. Amud HaEsh provides a unique opportunity for Ethiopian believers in Israel to gather together in Jerusalem and stand in solidarity with those in Ethiopia.
"For such a small country, Israel seems to be everywhere. Which begs the question: What’s the big deal?"
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