Shira shares her views and a historical and biblical context on the latest events in Israel.
Shira writes, "There is no other nation in the world that could take America’s place in its support for Israel emotionally and financially. If America’s support dwindles, Israel will still survive because the Bible says so. But at what cost?"
This is the conclusion of the 4-part series about Jerusalem. Panel shares their perspectives regarding Jerusalem and Israel's struggle to preserve its Biblical narrative.
The panel discusses the questions: How did Jerusalem become two separate cities? What were the changes for Jerusalem's Arabs when the city was reunited? Who does Jerusalem belong to?
Now, more than ever, as a new, ever-increasing wave of American and European Messianic Jews seriously contemplate returning to their homeland, this faith-based school is playing a significant role in the spiritual and educational growth of Messianic children.
Panel of guests shares their views about the Temple Mount and the constant unrest associated with it. How does the bible describe the Temple Mount? What is a religious narrative?
This is the first program in a 4-part series about Jerusalem. Where is Mount Moriah? Truth vs. fiction. Shani Ferguson, Mati Shoshani and Israel Pochtar join Shira to discuss the subject.
Oleg Vilinsky is the director of Beit HaYeshua, a Messianic rehabilitation center, in Jerusalem. Here is his story.
Background of Arab refugees. Are they really refugees? Were Palestinian refugees better off with all the massive financial help they have received? Panel guests offer their views on the refugee issue.
Part 3: Jews and Arabs prepare for battle. What was the Arab Revolt. Were there only Arab Refugees? And, panel guests offer their views of the Jewish-Arab relationships in the beginning of the 20th century.