Community Blogs

Blog articles written by Israeli believers, and sometimes guest contributors from other countries, related to a variety of topics such as world events, Israeli politics, life in Israel, family and children, tourism, and biblical teachings.

Generational transference: We and our fathers

Howard writes, "The righteousness and justice of God: His ways are not ours; His thoughts not ours. Repentance begins with agreeing with Him and learning from Him."

Pentecost didn’t happen in an upper room

Tradition says that the apostles received the Holy Spirit on Pentecost in an upper room, but is that really what the Bible says? Or does it indicate a different location?

Parashat Bamidbar: The one thing people are willing to die for

As believers, we must strive to lead lives that are full of light, light that will attract others. People ought to see us and get inspired to improve their lives, their families, and to draw near to the Creator of the world.

Alignment with Jerusalem: The 70 year shift has begun (Part 1)

Sandra writes, "These signpost events were historic. As they took place, the local spiritual atmosphere seemed to suddenly, simultaneously shift."

Apostles, Alignment, and that other “A” word (Part 5 of 5)

In part 5, the final part of the series, Hannah writes about a return to New Covenant accountability.

Astonishing Jerusalem Alignment

Asher writes, "This week a number of events concerning the city of Jerusalem are converging together in an uncanny way."

The wind

Elhanan writes, "The gentle Wind blows open the gate of Eden long shut, long forbidden entrance to foragers and ravishers..."

Dare to breathe

Simcha writes, "I stopped to think recently about the meaning of this, and how often I consider the power of the breath of God. There are many scriptures that tell us about the power that the breath of God carries, For example..."

The value of Tanakh in understanding the New Testament

Eric writes, "One of the questions I am often asked is about the relevance of the Tanakh (Old Testament) in the lives of modern believers in Yeshua as their Messiah."

A tale of two Christian Zionists in Jerusalem

Aaron writes, "Apologizing for declaring and believing the Words of Jesus Christ will not, could not, won’t ever, bring Jewish people, or any other kind of people, closer to Jesus Christ."