"The goals of the bible school are to provide the students with sound biblical teaching, first-hand experience of Israel and an understanding of Israel’s role in God’s plan."
"Their stories are special because both the immediate family and the culture – the two factors wielding the greatest influence on our formation as human beings – were anything but conducive to believing in Yeshua. How did they become his followers?"
"Our goal is to increase understanding of the bible and the Gospel message in the way the writers intended. The entire bible, including the New Testament, is a very Jewish book."
Eddie writes, "At my most recent doctor's appointment this past week, the oncologist said that this was the best MRI I have had in a year! There was no evidence of the cancer!"
Orna writes, "How can I express the depth and density of what God had taken us into that morning? We decided to extend our stay in Jordan for one more day, as we all felt the purpose of our coming had not yet been completed."
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.
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!"
Eddie writes, "Today was a good day! Early this morning we went to our appointment with the oncologist to receive the report on last week's MRI. Praise God, for the first time in the past six months, he announced that there was no visible cancer showing on the MRI!"