"On October 24, 2017, the All-Israeli Association of Concentration Camps and Ghetto Survivors celebrated their 25th anniversary. CBN Israel and our partner volunteers were among those present in the ceremony."
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.
David writes, "We plan to gather the data over the next six months, after which we will prepare the data for publication. Our hope is to be able to publish those findings near the twenty-year anniversary of the release of the first Facts & Myths."
"We know that God is watching over His word to perform it and every person who joins themselves to Israel and to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is blessed. We see this in stories such as Rahab the harlot and Ruth the Moabite."
Ron writes, "You must forgive me for the title of this blog, but I am just keeping it real! I mean, when your Israeli taxi driver has a revelation and exclaims biblical truth with joy that he has never known, it doesn’t always come out the way you might expect."
Carolyn writes, "After sharing the Gospel with the father, our son asked if we could pray for him. He had a significant pain in his back, which the L-rd healed miraculously..."
Eitan writes, "I believe this simple key of inter-generational love, respect, and dedication will transform nations."
Eddie writes, "The holiday season here in Israel is always a special time filled with all kinds of events and happenings. In size, in numbers, in famousness, our events may be small but in God's heart, all that we do is vital and important for the manifestation of His purposes in our day."
Yevgeni writes, "This scripture emphasizes that each of us follows his own path and that we are not to judge each other nor each other’s congregations. In order to continue to walk we must be faithful where we are at any given moment."
"But how wonderful it is to make the effort to invest blessings and grace into the lives of others and later to have that same blessing and grace poured out on you in a way you never expected."