Chris Mitchell

Chris Mitchell
Chris is CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief based in Jerusalem. Chris is CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief based in Jerusalem.

King David lights up Jerusalem’s Tower of David Museum

King David has been part of Jerusalem for 3,000 years. Now, a new light and sound show at the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem's Old City celebrates the life and legacy of the beloved king.

Israeli military joins with Christian ministry to help Muslims victims of new Syrian crisis

Former IDF Lt. Col. Marco Moreno developed this "Good Neighbor Policy" several years ago. He now works with Frontier Alliance International, a Christian relief organization, coordinating operations with the IDF.

Southern Syria fighting creates new refugee, border crises; Israel sends aid

Syrian forces loyal to President Bashar Assad captured the strategic city of Daara as part of their offensive to take over southern Syria. The fighting has presented both difficulties and opportunities for Israel.

CBN News’ close-up look at Israel’s deadly Gaza border threat

CBN News got a rare close-up look at the violence on the border with Hamas-controlled Gaza.

Etched in Stone: A Bible-based guide to archaeology and Israel

Israel is home to some of the world's greatest archaeological treasures and scientists often link their direct finds to the Bible. Now you can make those same connections in a new book that provides an easy guide to match ancient artifacts with scripture.

Turkey punishes Israel for Hamas border attacks, Netanyahu ties Erdogan to terrorism

Fallout continues in the Middle East after violence along Israel's border with the Gaza Strip. On Tuesday, Turkey expelled Israel's ambassador in retaliation for Israel's defense of its southern border.

Netanyahu invites CBN News to exclusive Iran nuke briefing: ‘Fix It or Nix It’

After Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu exposed Iran's atomic secrets, critics charged he revealed nothing new. But Netanyahu maintains the evidence will prove them wrong.

Israel’s 70th birthday: A miracle amid thanks and threats

Israel opened its 70th anniversary festivities with song, dance and fireworks, albeit under the shadow of an Iranian threat.

Israel begins clearing baptismal site of mines, remnants of war

Just about a 40-minute drive from Jerusalem, in the heart of the Jordan Valley and on the Jordan River sits a baptismal site known as Qasr el Yahud, an Arabic expression for the "Jew's Castle."

‘Good Neighbor Project’: Loving thy neighbor as thyself

The Syrian civil war, which began on March 15, 2011, has left nearly half a million dead. Millions of refugees fled the country and millions more stayed in Syria. But in the midst of all the danger and chaos, Israel is working to change hearts and save lives.