Eitan writes, "While the meteorological winds bring shifts in season, geopolitical winds bring shifts in the climate of nations. Without question, we are living in times of shifting relationship among countries. One example is the recent thaw between Israel and Saudi Arabia. 'Who'd a thunk it?'"
Eitan writes, "Knowing that an initial declaration of faith must be followed by a walk of devoted discipleship, we took as our theme Yeshua’s enduring invitation, "Follow me"."
Eitan writes, "Israel often becomes a geopolitical argument or a matter of detached theological controversy. To avoid these I believe it is vital to connect with the Lord’s HEART regarding this topic."
Eitan writes, "Perseverance is a prime element in God's equation for fulfilling His purpose for our lives. Clearly, creating an enduring legacy demands steady, unrelenting investment."
Eitan writes, "God wants to give us courage to face today's profound shaking - which is bound to increase. The outward circumstances will seem terrifying. But we are to rise up, stand together, and look for the coming of our KING!"
Eitan writes, "I believe this simple key of inter-generational love, respect, and dedication will transform nations."
Eitan, "On a recent summer evening in the foothills below Jerusalem I stood under the chuppah wedding canopy with an Israeli princess bride and her prince charming. The chuppah is just about my favorite place to be in the universe. Why?"
Eitan writes, "Yeshua's transforming power has been on wonderful display consistently over many years during these Messianic youth camps. Again, this summer, we will be gathering teens from all over Israel..."
Eitan writes, "What compelled us? How did we summon the idealism and raw determination to leave the comfortable familiarity of cities and suburbs? For one thing we were disenchanted with the status quo."
Eitan writes, "We thought it would be cool to film in an old olive grove in the Galilee. The gnarled trunks and endless rows of trees took us back in time. It was only when we met Moussa that we realized just how far back in time the olives had taken us."