Well known in Israel for his courage and passion to share the gospel, Israeli evangelist Jacob Damkani insists that Christians visitors to Israel can and should also boldly share their faith with the Jewish people.
Shai Sol writes, "Music, to me, is both a way to deal with things, and a reflection of a road that faith is at its center, leading to our father in heaven. Being a musician in Israel is extremely challenging, but I’m filled with faith and confidence that this is the road I need to be on."
Born in New York and raised in Miami with conservative Jewish parents and a religious grandfather, artist Shoshana Silver found her own path to...
Scott writes, "When my father spoke about faith, he pointed out that it was impossible to please God without it. He compared faith to a muscle and said that the more a Believer exercised their faith, the bigger it got."
"My name is Alona... Leaders from my congregation told me about the opportunity to work with Holocaust Survivors and I felt in my heart to serve in this area."
In an interview with KNI, Cowen discussed aspects of his position as a Messianic Jew living in a secular Israeli society, and the opportunities he has had to be a positive influence in reflecting the life of Yeshua.
"Sam is the son of a widow who made Aliyah from Africa. Raised in a believing home, he, his mother and his siblings regularly attended a congregation. But he himself did not believe. Little did he know however, that like King David, or Saul of Tarshish, Sam was one of God’s chosen ones."
"God states in His word that if we give, it will come back to us: pressed down, shaken together and running over. Our staff were in awe of Amira’s story as she shared of what happened when she gave from the little she had and watched God multiply it before her eyes."
A Be'ad Chaim counselor writes, "As I gained experience I became more comfortable I always had such a huge sense of victory when a little life was saved. What could be more rewarding than seeing a newborn who was almost rejected?"
Read an excerpt from the book Siege of Jerusalem by Pauline Rose, who first visited Palestine in 1946 on a mission to “kindle the Sabbath light of Messiah” and establish a Messianic Jewish community in Jerusalem.