In a recently published discovery at the Holy Sepulcher church in Jerusalem, researchers confirmed that the mortar and marble of a structure covering what is believed to be Yeshua’s burial bed dates back to 345 AD, the time of Roman Emperor Constantine.
The Yuval Messianic School of Music and Arts (YMA) in Jerusalem is a worship center where students of any age or income can learn music and art with the aim of enhancing their skills to glorify Yeshua and grow closer to him.
Two Israeli ministries, King of Kings and HaTikva Project, have joined forces with an international organization to encourage believers to consider adopting or fostering children in need.
The Nachalat Yeshua congregation in Beersheba is hosting an evening of praise and worship on Monday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of a battle that prepared the way for the return of the Jewish people to Israel.
A leading Israeli college is helping gifted Arab engineering and medical students enter the business world with creative and innovative ideas for startups in their respective fields.
Three Judokas representing Israel each won gold medals while competing at the International Judo Federation's 2017 Grand Prix in Uzbekistan last month boosting Israel to the highest medal ranking at the tournament that took place in Tashkent between Oct. 6-8.
During the holiday of Sukkot, an Arab-Israeli Muslim couple built a large sukkah — traditionally only done by Jews — on their terrace and invited the public to come and enjoy live music, eat kosher and Arab cuisine and to engage in meaningful conversation.
The march was organized by the Israeli grassroots Women Wage Peace movement, and culminated in a rally of some 30,000 people in Jerusalem on Oct. 8. This year’s march was the second of its kind, the first having taken place last year.
In the wake of last week’s reconciliation deal between Hamas and Fatah, Hamas deputy political leader Saleh al-Arouri said the agreement was reached so that the Palestinians can oppose Israel together.
Accordingly, the IAA released a report last week in which it details plans to double Israel’s high-tech force of 270,000 employees to 500,000 over the next 10 years.