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.
Paul Calvert of Focus on Israel-Radio interviews Gregory Jenks, Dean of St. George’s College, Jerusalem.
Paul Calvert of Focus On Israel-Radio speaks with David Suchet, a well-known English actor and believer. David is visiting Israel and talking to Christians, Muslims and Jews to get their point of view and find out where they stand on the challenging issues.
Andrew writes, "Former Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith echoed a report that has been co-written by the Hudson Institute and the University of Haifa and which calls for the United States and Israel to collaborate in a mutually beneficial Mediterranean naval buildup amidst increasing global naval threats."
Evon writes, "The Assyrians would do well to examine the most famous historic diaspora community in the western world – the Jewish people. The Jewish diaspora began after the destruction of the second temple by the Romans in 70 A.D. For the next 2,000 years, the Jews survived, thrived and died in the diaspora."
Rebecca writes, "More than 2,000 Israeli-Americans recently gathered in Washington, D.C. for the third annual Israeli-American Council Conference. While there may have been only a handful of Christians at the conference, the speakers’ remarks and the Israeli community’s initiatives demonstrated a shifting focus on welcoming Christians into the fight to support Israel."
Paul from Bethlehem Voice interviewed Josh Raybold from Team Support Ministry, an evangelistic organisation which has a passion to preach the gospel and has a heart for Israel. Listen to the interview here.
The Church of the Transfiguration in the lower Galilee was robbed and vandalized, leaving church officials and police to suspect criminal motives.
Evangelical Christians around the world have been mobilized by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem to send Bibles to UNESCO in response to its recent resolutions denying Jewish and Christian ties to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Every year, thousands of Christians from all over the world come to Jerusalem to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles and to show their support for Israel. Many of them dress in colorful, traditional costumes from their countries and join the annual Sukkot parade through the streets of Jerusalem.