Internationally renowned mathematician, speaker, author and retired professor John Lennox spoke in Haifa recently on a topic rarely discussed by prestigious guests visiting the university: God.
For the first time in Israel’s history, a party comprised of Jewish and Christian candidates — both Messianic and Orthodox Jews together — is running in this year’s elections.
Eitan writes, In the midst of a reassembled, yet fractured nation, a Messianic community united in its obvious variety will speak volumes about our Messiah. In this issue there is no doubt about the will of God."
Ishai and Anat, who were moved to take action against abortion by providing practical help to troubled mothers, also felt a heavy burden in their hearts to reach out to women controlled by mafia and human traffickers.
Chava writes, "Is the closing of the Palestinian affairs unit in the U.S. embassy really the “final nail in the coffin” for US peacemaking efforts as stated by Palestinian official Saeb Erekat? Or is it an attempt at trying to combine diplomatic efforts into a more efficient operation?"
Here in Israel, many Messianic believers and ministries run establishments including guest houses, schools and performance centers, and the list goes on. However, there is currently only one home for the elderly – Ebenezer.
Howard writes, "For me it is not institutional reconciliation, but acceptance and reconciliation — with confession, repentance, and forgiveness having their necessary part for excluding those who do not meet our own or our denominations’ qualifications..."
Cody writes, "Let us continue praying for Israel’s division to be healed through union with their Messiah. And let’s keep agreeing and cooperating with Yeshua’s prayer in John 17 for oneness in His global body..."
So this was pretty amazing! I was interviewed for I24 News here in Israel about being Messianic Jewish. They kept telling me...
Wendy writes, "Our nation has elections coming up on April 9, 2019. Whatever your political allegiance might be, God’s word instructs us to pray for those in authority."