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!"
Shira writes, "During my first six months in Israel I lived in a house on the Mount of Olives owned by our family friend, the Keeper of the Garden Tomb. Sadly he had been killed in the Six Day War, fought just four months before I arrived in Jerusalem."
Orna writes, "The curves, the colors. Jordan turned out to be so much more than I expected. As we headed up north, crossed Aman and traveled through the mountains of Gilead, I fell in love. With the people, the view, the geography."
Orna writes, "Stunning! This was our first impression when we looked from Mount Nebo in the direction of Israel and started recalling the stories that took place in that region."
Carmiyah ministries based in the Ashkelon region have recently been the target of a well known anti-missionary organisation in Israel.
"As the the Body of Messiah in the modern state of Israel gains momentum, it’s time to lift our eyes beyond our borders! Jewish and Arab mission teams are now being sent out to minister together across the world, and the impact has been profound."
Zigzagging – this is what we did on our first day on the road. “Hebrewism” – as I started calling it, trying to start...
Eddie writes, "On Tuesday, we met with our oncologist to review the MRI that I had last week. Halleluyah! The results were good! The MRI showed that the size of the tumor in my brain had decreased "significantly" in the words of the doctor."
Orna writes, "The other team members joined us and we started praying. Five of us were going to cross into Jordan, each one with her own ideas and agenda. But what was God’s mind?"
Orna writes, "Unknown to us at that point, the crossing over, the Hebrewism which I spoke of in my previous post, started that day, when Hermana picked her up."