Gitte Macbeth returned to Israel this year after an absence of 26 years, serving as a delegate from Denmark to the ICEJ Feast of Tabernacles. “I want to get closer to God,” Macbeth told KNI at the Feast's first plenary session.
The 2017 event is the 38th annual gathering sponsored by ICEJ whose proclaimed calling is "to connect the global Church to Israel." The Feast can be viewed live online at ICEJ Live Streaming.
The U.S. military had more to say regarding Gen. Haimovitch’s unfortunate choice of words — what, after all, qualifies an Israeli brigadier general to recognize a military base?
I Am Israel, filmmaker David Kiern’s new documentary about Israel and Israelis boasts an original musical score, resonant narration and spectacular photography — and these alone make it an exceptional and worthwhile film.
The 2017 Asia Messianic Forum (AMF), a forum “dedicated to bring Messianic Jewish leaders to Asia to teach and fellowship with us,” was held...
Solomon, age 38, now wears a Star of David pendant around her neck and has become an advocate for Israel, hopeful that the Jewish people will someday forgive her for the insults and demonization of Jews that originated in her home and surroundings while growing up.
Cliff writes, "Having recently read Connecting the Dots, "a true story of one woman's journey to find answers, connection and hope," I can add that it is extremely well-written, strikingly honest and bound to encourage and inspire anyone who, at times, has found life to be more than challenging."
After having been denied membership in the kibbutz he had risked his life to help defend, Pound returned to England over 40 years ago. But he is not bitter about his experience nor does he regret having made Aliyah.
Simcha Natan's recently published book, Dare to Ask, shares her discovery of how increased perspective and understanding help improve our ability to cope with challenges.
Christian Friends of Israel, Jerusalem, (CFI) held their 31st annual conference from May 22 through 25 in Jerusalem describing it as "three days and four nights filled with praise, worship, teaching, education and excursion.”