N. J. Schiavi
Some 450 influential Christian Spanish speaking leaders from 37 countries are touring Israel on a unique visit of the Holy Land designed to connect them with local believers across Israel and combat rising anti-Israel sentiment in South America.
"I randomly came across the fact that yesterday Dec. 3, was International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Who knew there was such a day? I did not."
Rueven Bogala recalled sitting on his grandfather’s shoulders year after year as his family made its annual pilgrimage to a high mountain in Ethiopia to celebrate the holiday Sigd. Decades later, he observed the same holiday in Jerusalem with emotion.
Baseball star Albert Pujols and his wife Deidre, who is president of the family’s charitable organization, visited Israel for the first time spending the past week in the Holy Land.
Just weeks after the Feast of Tabernacles celebration saw thousands of Christians flood into the Pais Arena, 3,000 believers from around the world attended another international conference in the same location.
Just days after the hotly contested presidential election in the United States, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has already taken center stage for the upcoming American administration.
Where political dialogue has seemingly failed, thousands of women - both Palestinian and Israeli - linked arms and joined a march to call for peace, security and hope for their mutual futures.
As thousands of Christians took part Thursday in the Jerusalem March which occurs every year during Sukkot, a group of Israelis - who have been touched by this vivacious display of support - came out to express their gratitude.
Africa is no longer walking in lockstep with Arab nations' demands and Israel should use this opportunity to renew ties to nations on that continent, according to a political leader from Africa.
One year after nearly being killed in a terror attack, Veldman’s story is one of forgiveness and hope that propelled her out of a pit of fear and despair.