Cookie writes, "As educators, we often hear complaints both by parents and children that their children are not getting enough sleep at night. Either they go to bed too late or are unable to fall asleep. This often results in children arriving school feeling tired, sometimes sick and also with diminished energy which impacts their academic performance."
Though children eagerly look forward to the long lazy days, working parents often struggle, trying to find ways to keep their children cared for and safe for the months when school is no longer in session. For single parents, this is an even greater challenge.
"Thankfully, through the outreach of CBN Israel these women are finding comfort and healing in a community of women they can relate with as well as receiving a helping hand in times of need."
Sandy writes, "At Be'ad Chaim's annual Board meeting recently, I reported the number of babies saved trough Operation Moses project since its humble beginning in 2006. As of today, we have saved over 2,000 lives."
Aaron writes, "These people are the “widows and orphans” of our day. Caring for them needs to be a priority for us, starting in our own congregations, but in our wider communities as well."
David writes, "Whether we realise it or not, we are all involved in the war between YHVH and Lucifer, for our souls and for the souls of our children and grandchildren."
"We know that God is watching over His word to perform it and every person who joins themselves to Israel and to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is blessed."
Aaron writes, "God is described as a Father throughout the Bible, and being the father of two sons has given me a great deal of insight and perspective on the phenomenon of Fatherhood as well as an appreciation for how God views us, His children."
Moti writes, "Both the Messianic community and our parents have an important role in designing the world’s perception of the child. There’s a culture war taking place. Messianic Israelis often feel trapped between the religious and secular systems."
Sandy writes, "Several feminist Knesset members have recently submitted a proposal to cancel the Committees. As a result, abortion has become an increasingly more popular topic in the media."