Much like Christmas decorations make an appearance even before Thanksgiving in many countries, Hanukkah shows its face in Israel from as early as October as soon as Sukkot ends.
Also known as the Feast of Dedication or the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday through which believers can, and do, express their love and worship of Yeshua the Messiah even though the holiday itself is a biblical feast.
A Bahraini civil society group is under attack for visiting Israel in a gesture of tolerance, coexistence and an attempt to normalize relations with the Jewish state, The Jerusalem Post has reported.
A man is fighting for his life in a Jerusalem hospital following the first terror attack to occur in Israel's capital since the U.S. announcement to recognize the city as capital and move its embassy.
Following the historic announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump, KNI asked believers from around the country their perspectives on this decision and its implications for their future as citizens of Israel.
Riots, demonstrations and clashes broke out between Palestinians with IDF and Israeli security forces throughout the West Bank, Jerusalem and Gaza Strip on Friday, following the United States recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
When I first heard that there was a Messianic Israeli representative in an International Beauty Pageant, "Miss Glamorous,” I raised an eyebrow. But something in Neta's image that I recalled did not quite fit into the world of glamor and so I was very curious to interview her.
The president of the world’s most powerful nation recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, becoming the first country to do so in the 70-year history of the Jewish state.
Prime Minister Netanyahu gave a televised response to Trump’s announcements Wednesday night, thanking the United States and President Trump for his “commitment to an ancient but enduring truth, to fulfilling his promises and to advancing peace”.
The Yuval Messianic School of Music and Arts (YMA) in Jerusalem is a worship center where students of any age or income can learn music and art with the aim of enhancing their skills to glorify Yeshua and grow closer to him.
Howard writes, "The prophetic Word of God continues to be fulfilled right in front of eyes in this generation. May the one, true God have mercy and open the eyes and soften the hearts of many, and strengthen the hearts of those who believe and gain hope."
Eric writes, "Yet, with all of this increased access to resources, such a television, Internet videos, podcasts, and vast libraries of books and written resources, the Body, which should be growing in leaps and bounds, is shrinking according to polling agencies."
Sandra writes, "I believe 8 key issues emerge as vital prayer points after Trump’s announcement. 8 happens to be the number symbolic in Scripture of new beginnings, and US recognition of Jerusalem is certainly a new, good beginning."
Ron writes, "The news reports varied from excitement to incitement. Some claim, it is prophetic, while others say it will destroy the peace process. Below are ten points based on current events and biblical prophecy that will hopefully help you process this."
Guy writes, "Only through our identity in Yeshua will we stand in times of trouble, persevering with Him until the end. Otherwise we may find ourselves rejecting the very one who is our identity."
Israeli Messianic Community News
Elias Kasabre speaks about what Christmas is like in the Holy Land.
Two Israeli ministries, King of Kings and HaTikva Project, have joined forces with an international organization to encourage believers to consider adopting or fostering children in need.
How appropriate that on the recent "Giving Tuesday" I awoke thinking about why the first century believers banded together, pooling their resources so everyone...
On November 29th at kibbutz Beit Zera, during an event commemorating the 70th anniversary of the adoption of UN resolution 181 recommending the creation of an independent Jewish State, Dean Bye, International Director of Return Ministries in Canada, led one of several tours of a former boarding school at Kibbutz Beit Zera.
If you are in Jerusalem or planning to be in the next few weeks, a “must see” is the art show “Rooted In Israel – Past, Present, Future” at the Jerusalem Theatre by an extremely talented Messianic Jewish couple, who are recent immigrants from the Netherlands.