In Dordrecht, a city in the Netherlands, every Tuesday evening a group of Jews and non-Jews, amongst them Christians, meet to sing together. They form the choir “Al Naharot” (Hebrew for ‘On the rivers’).
Hanna writes, "“I envy you, you are doubly blessed! You are Jewish and have Jesus. I only have Jesus,” came a comment from the audience after a speech given by a former Caspari Center colleague touring Finland some time ago. While theologically misguided, this comment demonstrated an appreciation and respect many Finnish Christians have for the Jewish people."
This is the third Experience Israel Trip that the YMJA has taken. The goal is to give their Messianic young people a Messianic Jewish experience in the Land.
S. writes, "I could not help but see a glimpse of the coming Messianic Kingdom promised to us by the prophets and our Master Yeshua as I stood there watching the nations come from all over the world to tend to the heartland of our beloved country."
The Christian cemetery referred to in the new article lies behind the British WW1 War Memorial Cemetery. The local cemetery is under the divided authority of the Greek Orthodox and the Roman Catholic Churches.
The Dutch Messianic news portal MessiaNieuws provides information on Israel and connects Jews and Christians in the Netherlands. Apart from this they also organize events, like a football tournament.
Ariel writes, "Vered, our children and I participated in the "Global Gatekeepers Gathering" (3G) on Ko Samui island in Thailand, from the 26th-29th of April. As so often happens in this Gathering movement, the Holy Spirit moved powerfully on the group."
Recently there has been more discussion of a One-State Solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the newest proponents of this single-state concept come from none other than American Messianic Jews. Their slogan is simple: Biblical Advocacy for Israel.
For three days, March 21-23, 2016, Christians from all over the greater Middle East region and further gathered at Christ Church in Jerusalem for a unique and engaging experience, called At the Crossroads.
Paul Calvert of Focus On Israel-Radio interviews Ilan Scolnik from Friends of Zion Museum. Listen to the interview and learn more about the vision of this unique museum in Jerusalem.