Thanks to the Israel Investment Project, a new, start-up investment program designed to help young Israelis find first homes, the dream of home ownership may now be less remote.
The Prophet Isaiah inspired at least one Christian American volunteer to come to Israel during the Thanksgiving holiday to assist Israeli firefighters in extinguishing hundreds of fires that raged last week around the country.
Kehila News Israel interviewed a small number of self-described liberal and conservative Americans now living in Israel to learn their thoughts about the November presidential election.
Cliff writes, "A fabled center of commerce and influence for over a thousand years, the site where daunting Hazor once stood is now a remote, windblown tel east of Highway 90 between Tiberias and Qiryat Shemona. Although this would be our first visit, I had already spent several years roaming the streets of that ancient city in my imagination."
Kehila News Israel talks with Rabbi Barry Rubin, the general editor of The Complete Jewish Study Bible, about this new and valuable resource.
The Edicule of the Holy Sepulchre (from the Latin aedicule, or "little house"), located in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City's Christian Quarter, has long been regarded by many Christians worldwide as the site of Christ's ancient burial tomb.
This September, the last spot in the 2017 World Baseball Classic field of 16 nations fell to Israel as Israeli Baseball won a tournament in Brooklyn, New York. But, as always seems the case in these latter days in Israel, there's much more to the story.
Yesh Atid Party Chairman and Knesset Member Yair Lapid, along with members of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, led a delegation of representatives from 14 foreign governments on a tour of the Gaza border last week.
Almost four thousand kilometers separate Carlisle in Northern England, where Paul Calvert was born, and Bethlehem here in Israel where Paul—a self-described Bible-believing evangelical Christian and journalist—now lives and pursues a unique ministry.
Cliff writes, "There seems to be nothing Israelis dislike more than long waiting lines. Though this country has a robust universal healthcare system, my recent visit to a somewhat chaotic system pharmacy in Jerusalem perfectly demonstrates the phenomenon."