Gathering regularly for worship and prayer, the members of the congregation are concerned also about deepening their relationships, to share struggles and victories, and to study the Word together.
There is a vibrant body of believers in Japan who are studying the Bible from the Jewish perspective and have a love for the...
Carolyn writes, "Then I felt the L-rd say so it will be with the Great Aliyah from the West. Some will hear "it's too late" and give up. Others will persevere and come through with the gates closing as they exit..."
Eitan writes, "On September 25, 2018 Paul Wilbur gave a concert in Jerusalem, created a live recording, and touched many hearts. I was there. I’ve written him this letter to express what happened inside me during the event."
Revive Israel supported a recent event in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the political capital of Africa and home to the African Union Headquarters and UN Economic Commission for Africa – and the likely home country of the Biblical Queen of Sheba and base of the Ethiopian eunuch in Acts 8.
Lech L’cha, a 3-month discipleship school, was launched specifically to take on this challenge. Its purpose is to equip young Israeli believers for their future while keeping Jesus at the center of all they do.
The murder of a Christian Arab young man provided a painful platform for the man’s father to publicly display the power of Yeshua’s love and forgiveness.
Margarita writes, "From Solomon, who saw poverty as the fruit of inaction, to Yeshua’s teachings about forcefully advancing God’s kingdom and taking its yoke upon ourselves, the call is the same: express your faith in the Creator by being creative! Step out, take action, do something!"
Christian leaders from around the world came to Jerusalem recently for what's become a major annual event, the Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast (JPB). CBN News interviewed three key participants in this year's gathering.
As if it wasn’t enough that Orthodox Jews had vandalized their new building, now the Municipality of Ashdod is bearing down on the Beit Hallel congregation in the legal arena declaring that the non-profit organization itself is operating illegally.