An award-winning Messianic Israeli singer and songwriter has announced the release of his new album, "Bring Us Back," a seven-song "modern-meets-ancient album," according to the artist, Joshua Aaron, and a tribute to Israel's 70th year anniversary.
Cliff writes, "There is perhaps no better example of the current toxic global revival of all things antisemitic than the abundance of hateful and blatantly dishonest pseudo-news videos on social media which assault Israel’s ongoing struggle to defend itself against existential threats of terrorism."
Israel suffered the loss of ten young students after they were caught in a severe flash flood in Nahal Tzafit, a narrow riverbed in the southern Dead Sea region, on April 26, 2018.
The Fellowship of Israel Related Ministries (FIRM) sponsored an entertaining, enlightening and well-attended 70th anniversary celebration for Israel in Jerusalem on Thursday night.
With the hope of providing valuable resources for ministries and other believing organizations in Israel, CBN Israel and the Fellowship of Israel Related Ministries (FIRM) are hosting a forum specifically for nonprofits.
The conference theme is “Stepping into the role of being a Light to the Nations.” As it has for over 30 years, CFI continues its efforts to bring love and light to the Jewish people, as Christian friends of Israel.
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.