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Cliff Keller


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Cliff Keller lives in Jerusalem, Israel with his wife, Marcia after making Aliyah in the spring of 2011 from the United States. His most recent novel is a work of historical biblical fiction entitled The Lion or The Lamb: Samson Ruth and Salvation. Cliff also blogs at Standing by the Gate and has a writing website, goodStories. Cliff Keller lives in Jerusalem, Israel with his wife, Marcia after making Aliyah in the spring of 2011 from the United States. His most recent novel is a work of historical biblical fiction entitled The Lion or The Lamb: Samson Ruth and Salvation. Cliff also blogs at Standing by the Gate and has a writing website, goodStories.
David and Martha Stern holding a copy of David's book, Complete Jewish Bible

Kehila Spotlight: Meet David and Martha Stern

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.”
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Christian ministry from Canada raises flags to commemorate Israel’s creation

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.

Multilateralism is not a virtue…

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."

Reaction to US announcement of withdrawal from UNESCO

At the time of this writing, more than 2,600 comments, a number of which have anti-Israel overtones, have been posted in response to the Washington Post article regarding the U.S. withdrawal from the UNESCO.
Gitte Macbeth

Two stories among thousands at the ICEJ Feast of Tabernacles

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.
ICEJ Feast of Tabernacles Plenary Session, October 8.

ICEJ kicks off Feast of Tabernacles Celebration in Jerusalem

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.
Col. Liran Cohen, head of the IDF's air defense school, left, and Col. David Shank, of the US 10th Army Air & Missile Defense Command, cut the ribbon to open the first American military base in Israel, inside the Mashabim Air Base, on September 18, 2017. (Israel Defense Forces)

What’s in a name? First US military base… or living facility in Israel

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?
Jonathan Rosenberg, Israeli Cowboy, on horseback in the Golan

‘So beautiful, so Genesis’: ‘I Am Israel’ documentary more than a travelogue

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.

‘God almost made us do it’ – Asia Messianic Forum begins despite organizers’ reluctance

The 2017 Asia Messianic Forum (AMF), a forum “dedicated to bring Messianic Jewish leaders to Asia to teach and fellowship with us,” was held...
Sandra Solomon

Ramallah-born convert to Christianity, loves Israel, denounces education-driven terror

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.