Will you be a part of blessing Israel?

July 17, 2019

Bless Israel Sunday | September 22, 2019 Does your church desire to learn more about the significance of Israel and the Jewish people in God's plan? Bless Israel Sunday is a special opportunity to enrich your church's understanding of the importance of God's plan for Israel. Your church will have many options in which to participate, like experiencing the Jewish culture, deepening your church's understanding of the common Jewish roots, and opening up the hearts of your congregation towards...

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Areas within Israel still smoking and battered by violent protests

July 12, 2019

Violent protests erupt throughout Israel after officer fatally shoots an Ethiopian-Israeli youth Reeling from the tragic loss of Solomon Tekah, a young Israeli man of Ethiopian descent, thousands within the Ethiopian-Jewish community took to the streets across the country to protest police brutality, which is a long-standing conflict in Israel. Tekah was shot and killed by an off-duty police officer early last week. Reports aren’t clear on what actually happened. The off-duty officer who f...

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Middle East peace conference ends in violence

July 05, 2019

Iraqi and Palestinian protesters storm the Bahraini embassy in Baghdad to protest the Trump Administration’s new peace initiative If you need further proof that Palestinian leaders care more about the destruction of Israel than peace and prosperity, simply look at what happened late last week. At a peace conference in Bahrain, the Trump administration revealed their proposal to invest upwards of $50 billion in Arab states and territories over the course of 10 years. This means major revita...

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Prayer for Israel – July

June 28, 2019

July 1‒7 Prayer for Israel Israel’s Arab Citizens Approximately 21 percent of Israel’s citizens are Arab. A slim majority of them profess to be proud citizens of Israel even if they reject the idea of Israel as a Jewish State. With a general climate of tension in the Middle East between Arabs and Israelis, let’s pray for Israel’s Arab citizens, some of whom appreciate Israel and others who may be hostile toward the State based on their family heritage. Father, we lift up Israel’s Arab...

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Trump administration’s peace conference makes waves in Bahrain

June 28, 2019

Historic "Peace to Prosperity" conference inaugurates a bright future in the heart of the Arab world amidst Palestine ire For month’s we’ve been watching the reactions of leaders throughout the Arab world leading up to the unveiling of the Trump administration’s “Deal of the Century” that was presented in Bahrain this week (June 25 - 26, 2019). The two-day international meeting was led by President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner. Leading up to the historic event, it had been billed as ...

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URGENT UPDATE: U.S. troops deployed to Gulf to boost security in the region.

June 21, 2019

Breaking News: Early this morning, Iran shot down a U.S. surveillance drone over the Strait of Hormuz. Iran claims the drone violated its airspace, but the U.S. military denies this. In response to the drone’s destruction, President Trump tweeted “Iran made a very big mistake!” and called emergency meetings to discuss the U.S. response beyond the troop movements already in progress. Visit our Facebook page for more on this developing situation.

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Muslims riot at Temple Mount during Jerusalem Day

June 14, 2019

Muslims Aim to Take Temple Mount, the Most Sacred Site for the Jewish People, Piece-By-Piece There’s no place on Earth that holds more meaning or sacred significance to the Jewish people than the Temple Mount. The Temple Mount is where Abraham prepared to offer his son Isaac in obedience until God stopped him and provided a substitute sacrifice (Genesis 22). One thousand years later, King David purchased the threshing floor of Araunah on this same spot (2 Samuel 24) and designated it to b...

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Political Stalemate in Israel Forces Unprecedented Re-Elections

June 07, 2019

Political Stalemate in Israel Forces Unprecedented Re-Elections I watched as the news broke late last week. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was unable to form his government coalition by his midnight deadline last Wednesday. After rising victoriously out of a heated, difficult election season to serve a record fifth term, parliament voted to dissolve – a first time event in the history of Israel. As a supporter of Israel and the Jewish people, it was difficult to watch Prime ...

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Déjà vu: Palestinians protest new peace plan

June 01, 2019

Palestinian Authority Poised to Reject President Trump's Peace Plan Before It's Unveiled Next Month With Memorial Day earlier this week in the United States, and the hearts and prayers of many Americans turned towards the soldiers and families who have given so much – even their lives – I can’t help but be reminded of the cost of peace. And it’s in this spirit that I’m writing to you today with our Middle East Update. Amidst the violence unleashed this month along Israel’s southern bor...

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Tensions with Iran could indicate war is on the horizon

May 28, 2019

Empty Threats? Or is War With Iran Inevitable? As I write, the situation with Iran is still unclear. And the potential threat of war is significant. After the United States withdrew from the 2015 nuclear agreement, the rhetoric has only intensified. More sanctions – stronger sanctions – have been promised by the Trump Administration. And Iran officials have responded with resounding threats. Israel Caught In The Middle Tensions within the Middle East have already been high in recent ...

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