Orna writes, "Dana immigrated to Israel from Latvia eight years ago, and married a good friend of mine. In her homeland she was working as a lawyer for the central bank. In Israel she wanted to seek a different path for fulfillment. Last month she joined me on a ministry trip to Finland. I will let her share the story..."
"Igor experienced God’s love first hand and now those he cares for are experiencing it too. Together, with the help of CBN Israel, these Survivors look forward to home visits and gifts of food packages."
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."
"Isn’t God amazing? How He cares for us! He is a good, lovingly, heavenly Father who takes such wonderful care for His own."
"In addition to helping with material needs, the staff of CBN Israel also helped connect Larissa with a community of other single mothers, where they could worship together and encourage one another."
Moti writes, "Despite Israel's being in an almost constant state of war, I have seen and experienced moments of peace... A peace that transforms the reality of hatred between Arabs and Jews into a reality of love."
Yevgeni writes, "We started a project and bought an additional place in our facility following God’s direction and made of it a room for prayer, worship and prophecy. After we finished with the rebuilding process, we did not have a full picture of what to expect and how to deal with it..."
The Caspari Center for Biblical and Jewish Studies is an evangelical resource and education center. Established in 1982, the center provides resources for training, discipleship, academic research and study for the messianic body and global Church.
"Thankfully, through the outreach of CBN Israel these women are finding comfort and healing in a community of women they can relate with as well as receiving a helping hand in times of need."
Sandy writes, "At Be'ad Chaim's annual Board meeting recently, I reported the number of babies saved trough Operation Moses project since its humble beginning in 2006. As of today, we have saved over 2,000 lives."