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.
The Nachalat Yeshua congregation in Beersheba is hosting an evening of praise and worship on Monday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of a battle that prepared the way for the return of the Jewish people to Israel.
Almost every believer knows the song “How Great is our God,” but when American-Israeli worshipper and songwriter Joshua Aaron filmed a music video singing those popular lyrics in Hebrew, his music — and his ministry — went viral.
Hundreds of Jewish and Arab believers from the north of Israel gathered in a forest in the Galilee region on Shabbat to worship God together. There was singing in both Arabic and Hebrew...
Part 1 of an hour long interview and discussion we had on air, in Atlanta Georgia. Hosted by Olive Branch Ministries as part of...
Last week the Israeli government took a chance that the success of a few Jewish Media Summits sponsored by the Government Press Office and Foreign Ministry could also translate to Christian media.
Amud HaEsh (Hebrew: “Pillar of Fire”) is the first Hebrew-speaking, Ethiopian community in Jerusalem. Amud HaEsh provides a unique opportunity for Ethiopian believers in Israel to gather together in Jerusalem and stand in solidarity with those in Ethiopia.
Noya Barel, a graduate of her high school's art department in northern Israel, raised a few eyebrows and moved many to compassion when she presented her final project at a national exhibition.
The Gardens of Life (Ganei Haim in Hebrew) serves as a memorial for unborn children, babies who were either miscarried, aborted, stillborn or lost for some other reason. It is a holy place, a unique space where people are able to receive comfort, mercy and healing, and remember the lost little lives.
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."