Congratulations to Simcha Natan on the production of her new CD, Dreaming, now available for digital download and pre-order from her website as part of her ongoing, Dare to Ask project.
In what some are calling a fulfillment of scripture, 200 Christians and Israeli Jews met in Israel’s Knesset at the end of February to study the Bible together.
The International Christian Embassy (ICEJ) voiced its support for the planned move of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and cited "diplomatic missteps" made by eight nations that have opposed the move.
The Fergusons, both accomplished musicians, refined their vision for the Worship Initiative by asking themselves what they would have most liked made available to them as they began their journeys; among the most important, they decided, were affordable recording, musical resources, well-wishers, encouragement and leads.
When Richard and Carolyn Hyde of Heart of G-d Ministries made Aliyah to Israel in 2003, each was granted citizenship and issued an Israeli passport. When the time arrived for the couple to renew their documents, the Israeli Ministry of Interior (MOI) routinely issued a ten-year passport to Richard, who is Christian, but declined to renew Carolyn’s, a Jewish follower of Yeshua.
When Ray and Sharon Sanders married in 1973, they had no idea they would someday abandon their comfortable lives in Illinois to begin a worldwide ministry in Israel intent on blessing Jews.
A New Spirit, a motion picture recently released in Israel based on the life of Israeli sabra and Messianic evangelist, Jacob Damkani, dramatizes a remarkable example of that process: how Damkani, once lost, found himself and his life’s work upon discovering the Jewish Messiah.
David and Martha Stern came home to Israel in 1979, in David’s words, as “part of the great ingathering promised by God for which Jews have prayed three times daily for 2,000 years.”
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.
Cliff writes, "But America and the West have not so much abandoned their core values as they have replaced them with inane generalities like multilateralism."