An initiative founded by descendants of the Nazi Wehrmacht, SS and German police force to remember the Holocaust, the March of Life organization this week held its first event in Jerusalem, a three-day conference in Jerusalem to commemorate the Holocaust, co-organized with Helping Hand Coalition.
News of the survey, released on May 10th by researchers from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, studied Christian Evangelical attitudes towards Israel and discovered some interesting trends in opinions on issues like the US embassy move.
Some 6,000 participants from around the world are expected to visit Jerusalem to attend the march. The march itself is the culmination of a conference taking place May 13 to 15 featuring international speakers, special guests from Israel.
The conference theme is “Stepping into the role of being a Light to the Nations.” As it has for over 30 years, CFI continues its efforts to bring love and light to the Jewish people, as Christian friends of Israel.
On June 6, 2018, seven UK musicians will fly out to Israel to begin a music tour of Israel and the West Bank. The concerts hope to bring Israel’s diverse communities together through music, and will be free for all that attend.
The International Christian Embassy (ICEJ) voiced its support for the planned move of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and cited "diplomatic missteps" made by eight nations that have opposed the move.
Though evangelical Christians in America are a known bloc of spiritual, political and financial support for Israel, a new study has shown that the younger generation of Christians are somewhat more ambivalent toward the Jewish State— a trend that concerns pro-Israel Christian leaders as well as policy makers.
Passive support of Israel among European Christians might be a bigger detriment to support of the Jewish state than vocal opposition, a European Coalition for Israel representative has warned.
When Ray and Sharon Sanders married in 1973, they had no idea they would someday abandon their comfortable lives in Illinois to begin a worldwide ministry in Israel intent on blessing Jews.
Israel is expecting 20 percent more Christian pilgrims this Christmas season over last year during what has become a record-breaking year for tourism here, the country’s Ministry of Tourism said on Wednesday.