Shira Sorko-Ram

Shira Sorko-Ram
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Shira has lived in Israel since 1967, where she became an Israeli citizen. She has worked as a director and producer of documentary films. One project, “Dry Bones," a film on the prophetic significance of Israel’s rebirth, is acclaimed around the world and was seen by Golda Meir. In addition, Shira has written for many publications concerning the Messianic Jewish Movement and the Christians’ part in Israel’s spiritual resurrection. She produces the monthly Maoz Israel Report, providing a prophetic, political, and spiritual perspective of current events in Israel. Shira has lived in Israel since 1967, where she became an Israeli citizen. She has worked as a director and producer of documentary films. One project, “Dry Bones," a film on the prophetic significance of Israel’s rebirth, is acclaimed around the world and was seen by Golda Meir. In addition, Shira has written for many publications concerning the Messianic Jewish Movement and the Christians’ part in Israel’s spiritual resurrection. She produces the monthly Maoz Israel Report, providing a prophetic, political, and spiritual perspective of current events in Israel.

A Jew and a Christian: How together they changed history

Shira writes, "There is not an Israeli school child anywhere in the world who has not heard of Theodore Herzl—the Father of Modern Israel. But few people—in or out of Israel—have ever heard of William Hechler."

A call to prayer for President Trump

Shira writes, "Lord, please have mercy on this president, who needs You so desperately. Lord, we need You desperately."

God’s greatest sign to the generation

Shira writes, "I believe there is no greater proof of a God in Heaven than the existence of the modern state of Israel. Israel is God's time clock."

Why Guatemala said “yes” to Jerusalem

On Christmas Eve, Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke with President Morales, entreating him to follow President Trump by announcing that he, too, would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. That evening, he did exactly that.

Israel’s most controversial film: “A New Spirit”

Shira writes, "For the first time in the history of modern Israel, a faith-based film on Yeshua the Messiah has been produced and premiered in theaters across Israel. "A New Spirit" tells the true story of Yacov Damkani, once a local gangster from a poverty-stricken town in Israel, who fled to the United States and was introduced to Yeshua as his Messiah."

Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel

Shira writes, "In this world of chaos, believe it or not, there are 124 nations which actually have border disputes, and some are occupying disputed territory. Yet 123 have chosen their own capital without any question from the rest of the world. Only Israel doesn't have a capital—that is, a capital recognized by the world."

Birthing Israel, changing history: The Balfour Declaration

Shira writes, "It is the Sovereign God who positioned men in places of authority and power, who knew the Bible. God's plans will never be thwarted. Blessed are those who have eyes to see and ears to hear!"

America’s solar eclipse

Shira writes, "To us who believe, we see a mighty act of our Creator instead of maintaining some ridiculous idea that this is mere happenstance. Yet few in this generation saw it as an act of God. However, the Bible proclaims over and again, that such phenomena are signs from God."

Ending the famine – A new narrated Bible in Hebrew

Shira writes, "Most lovers of Israel are not aware that the average Israeli, including college graduates, do not read the Hebrew language Old Testament because many of the books are written in vocabulary too ancient to easily understand. Neither do they read the New Testament, because they don't believe that it is God-inspired."
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VIDEO: Shira interviewed on Revelation TV

On the program, Shira shared about her personal life - how she accepted Yeshua, moved to Israel, met Ari - and how together they started Maoz Israel Ministries. She also spoke about what is happening in Israel as related to the Gospel being preached, and the challenges the Messianic community faces in the Land.