The State of Israel took another step in its prophetic calling to be a light to the nations by licensing the Voice of Hope radio network to broadcast from Israel to Syria, Lebanon, Cyprus, Jordan, Egypt and Turkey.
For decades, the term "generation gap" has been used to define how younger people see the world compared with their parents. Those differences range from culture to politics to relationships, and as we found out, it also applies to Israel.
For the second year two ministry partners, Shalom Israel Asia Pacific and Christians Care International, gathered for the purpose of affirming our deeper commitment to the vital task of bringing God’s people – Jews and Christians – together at a crucial time in history.
Once on the verge of collapse, one of the holiest sites in Christianity has been restored. It's inside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in the heart of Jerusalem's Old City where many believe Jesus Christ rose from the dead.
Who was the answer to a German carpenter's prayer? The compelling story of Richard Wurmbrand.
On a journey through Israel as ambassadors from their tribe to the Jewish state, a Native American couple are connecting with the land, local believers and another “indigenous people.”
Worshippers and dignitaries recently attended mass at Tabgha Monastery at the north end of the Sea of Galilee to celebrate the re-opening of the beautiful, historic church damaged in an arson attack two years ago by Jewish extremists.
The Knesset Christian Allies Caucus (KCAC) and the World Jewish Congress held its 11th Annual dinner at Jerusalem’s Waldorf Astoria last month to recognize and honor Christians who have shown their commitment to Israel and the Jewish people.
Joel writes, "Wherever I travel and speak around the world, I’m asked about what Evangelical Christians believe about Israel and the future of the Jewish people and the Jewish State?" Watch his interview with Pastor Greg Laurie, in which they address these questions and more.
Jane writes, "During Pesach season in Israel (2016), I had the opportunity to join Christine Darg in a day trip, which took us by bus to first visit a Bedouin village near Haifa and then onto Nazareth to meet Arab Israeli Christian and pro-IDF activist, Father Gabriel Naddaf.