N. J. Schiavi
Almost every believer knows the song “How Great is our God,” but when American-Israeli worshipper and songwriter Joshua Aaron filmed a music video singing those popular lyrics in Hebrew, his music — and his ministry — went viral.
Last week the Israeli government took a chance that the success of a few Jewish Media Summits sponsored by the Government Press Office and Foreign Ministry could also translate to Christian media.
Speaking at the first of its kind conference for Christian media sponsored by the Israeli government, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told participants that Christians are Israel’s best friends.
After several months of zero precipitation the first rains of the season fell on Sunday in answer to the collective prayer of Jews who, during the holiday of Sukkot, pray for a good rainy season during the winter.
Dozens of Israeli school children classified as “special needs” are still at home around the country awaiting school placement or the much-needed services for which they are eligible.
Israel Investment, a new organization just launched in the United Kingdom, aims to connect experienced and aspiring investors int he U.K. with companies and startups across Israel’s diverse economic community.
Israel has earned a reputation in the economic arena as the “startup nation” and has increasingly become a focus of emerging business relationships and investments from both the West and the East.
A new worship album coming out of Jerusalem with songs in both Arabic and Hebrew represents a move beyond reconciliation to true unity while also reflecting a significant increase in homegrown worship leaders across Israel.
Many Jewish organizations in the Diaspora are threatening to withhold financial and political support from Jewish state after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu voted in the Cabinet last week against a previously agreed upon deal to open up a non-Orthodox prayer space at the Western Wall.
New findings discovered in archaeological work in the Old City point to a possible battle or at least exchange of gunfire on the Temple Mount during the Six-Day War in 1967.