David writes, "As the winds of war increasingly grow stronger, let us all play our part in hastening the day that Yeshua returns (2 Peter 3:12) to Jerusalem to judge the nations and to establish true peace..."
Joel writes, "Today, I had the honor of participating in a two-hour meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi... For now let me just say that I was very encouraged by what I saw and heard."
Daniel writes, "The origins of a successful movement often tell us about the founding principles that must be recovered to see this success continue into the future in new generations. The Messianic Jewish Movement began as a mighty move of the Spirit..."
"As we follow Yeshua, are we willing to follow in his footsteps of self-sacrificial love? Martyrs for Yeshua don’t kill, but offer life, even to their murderers."
Ron writes, "I recently met with a missionary to Europe who told me of one evangelist from a Muslim background who goes into refugee camps every day. Because of the danger, he asks the Lord to lead him to those refugees who are ready."
Paralleling the political-economic sphere is the prayer movement, spiritual revelation concerning God’s heart for Israel, the spread of the Gospel, persecution of believers and manifestation of signs and wonders – indicators of a move of God and all increasingly more prominent in the East than the West.
David writes, "Those of us who were born in the 1950's or before have witnessed massive social and technical changes during our lives - some for the better, but also for the worse... At first the change was gradual, but over the years the change became faster and more extreme..."
Asher writes, "Some have said that opposition to radical Islamic terror is akin to racism. That is not logical. Consider..."
Ron writes, "German Chancellor Angela Merkel has proclaimed that Islam is not the cause of terror. Since when did heads of state become scholars on Islam?"
Tzippe writes, "Most think of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and Jordan's King Abdullah II as Israel's friends. Both Muslim-majority countries signed peace treaties with Israel – Egypt in 1979 and Jordan in 1994 – the only countries in the Middle East to do so."