What happens when Israeli high school students literally dig into their past, invest in their present and prepare for their future? That's the story behind hundreds of young Israelis who spent a week excavating a 2,000 year old Jewish village near Beit Shemesh.
Musical director and conductor David Loden was impassioned as he spoke with KNI of the upcoming performance of Handel’s Messiah in Hebrew, a concert to benefit Syrian refugees, that will take place in Jerusalem on April 6.
Prime Minister Netanyahu addressed the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington live from Jerusalem on Monday, addressing US-Israel relations, Iran, radical Islam and Israel’s achievements in technology, security and growing international relations worldwide.
Cork City Hall and University College Cork in Ireland are hosting a conference that embraces and promotes criticism of Israel while questioning the nation's right to exists in the name of open debate and academic freedom.
In the entire year of 2016, not one Israeli was killed in a terror attack emanating from the Gaza Strip, the head of the Internal Security Service noted on Monday, warning that this was not due to peace prospects.
A Canadian journalist, Faith Goldy, came to the Holy Land on a fact-finding mission but it developed into myth-busting when she discovered that what is portrayed by the mainstream media was not the reality she saw on the ground.
While on an official visit to Israel this month the President of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mladen Ivanić, planted a tree in Jerusalem’s Grove of Nations as a symbol of his optimism for peace and as gesture of hope.
Wednesday's deadly terror attack in London revealed the stark differences between how Israelis respond to terrorism, compared with supporters of the Islamic State.
Parenting can be one of the greatest life responsibilities and it comes with the least training – a problem which HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents and Preschool Youngsters), an innovative Israeli program for parents, seeks to address by preparing children for pre-school learning.
With Easter coming up, the IAA has opened its warehouse of treasure troves in Beit Shemesh for reporters to view artifacts that date as far back as the time of Yeshua.
"At a time when the UN is falsely trying to accuse Israel of ‘Apartheid’ (which literally means ‘apart-hood’ in Afrikaans), we are determined to stand together as One New Man in Messiah!"
Hannah writes, "In other words, Messiah taught that even the most trivial variations in the Hebrew Scriptures are there for a reason, and are as enduring as the earth. If so, it follows that they can yield profound insights... for those with eyes to see."
Asher writes, "We respect the priestly elements in both Jewish and Christian traditions, and we recognize that the symbolic signs all point to Yeshua’s spiritual priesthood in Heaven."
Eric writes, "Pasta is Italian, bagels are Jewish, and chicken chow mein is Chinese right? Wrong... What does this lost history of these different popular foods have to do with Jesus and Christianity? The answer is simple..."
Daniel writes, "The origins of a successful movement often tell us about the founding principles that must be recovered to see this success continue into the future in new generations. The Messianic Jewish Movement began as a mighty move of the Spirit..."
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Once on the verge of collapse, one of the holiest sites in Christianity has been restored. It's inside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in the heart of Jerusalem's Old City where many believe Jesus Christ rose from the dead.
Carolyn writes, "A respected Orthodox Jewish man stood up at a Purim party that I was attending in Tsfat. He gave a midrash (teaching) on how the two recent Torah portions, Truma and Tsaveh always come during Purim time... When he finished, I asked if I could add something to his midrash..."
Abundant Life, a non-profit organization in Israel, fights for the protection of a mother and the unborn baby in her womb - and then supports in practical ways mothers who have chosen life.
Listen to an interview with Sarah Liberman on Worship and Word Radio, including as tracks from her knew worship CD and a discussion on Messianic life and worship in Israel.
A principal aim of the symposium was to “honor women of influence in the Holy Land who have courageously and loyally worked for the downtrodden or those in need.”