Last week the Israeli government took a chance that the success of a few Jewish Media Summits sponsored by the Government Press Office and Foreign Ministry could also translate to Christian media.
More than 130 international journalists and media people wrapped up the first-ever Christian Media Conference Wednesday evening in Jerusalem.
CBN CEO Gordon Robertson introduced "In Our Hands: the Battle for Jerusalem" to more than 100 international Christian journalists at Israel's first-ever, government-sponsored Christian Media Conference Tuesday.
Speaking at the first of its kind conference for Christian media sponsored by the Israeli government, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told participants that Christians are Israel’s best friends.
Paul Calvert of Focus On Israel-Radio speaks Gordon Robertson, CEO of Christian Broadcasting Network, at the Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem, October 15, 2017.
Gitte Macbeth returned to Israel this year after an absence of 26 years, serving as a delegate from Denmark to the ICEJ Feast of Tabernacles. “I want to get closer to God,” Macbeth told KNI at the Feast's first plenary session.
This year's biblical Feast of Tabernacles celebration in Israel also marks the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War, when Jerusalem was re-united under Israeli sovereignty. And CBN'S docudrama "In Our Hands" is taking festival goers back in time for that amazing story.
At a time of rising anti-Semitism, thousands of Christians are in Jerusalem to celebrate the biblical Feast of Tabernacles and stand with Israel. They came from the ends of the earth for the six-day celebration, sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ), answering an ancient invitation.
The 2017 event is the 38th annual gathering sponsored by ICEJ whose proclaimed calling is "to connect the global Church to Israel." The Feast can be viewed live online at ICEJ Live Streaming.
Colours of the Bible is an annual art competition and exhibition that celebrates the beauty, culture and history of the Bible and the land of Israel. It has been jointly organised since 2014 by The Bible Society of Singapore and The Embassy of Israel in Singapore.