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Simchat Torah – The Joy of My Heart

September 27, 2021
Simchat Torah means “Joy of the Torah.” It is a holiday set aside to celebrate the gift of God’s Word. Jewish people stay up through the night reading the Torah, and in synagogue services the next morning, congregants parade the Torah scroll around the room, dancing, leaping and shouting with joy.

Historic Abraham Accords and what it means for the future of Israel

September 23, 2021

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: ‘May those who love you be secure. May there be peace within your walls and security within your citadels.’”
Psalm 122:6-7 (NIV)

Shalom, my friend. 

While we celebrate many victories this week – including the one-year, historic celebration of the Abraham Accords and the capture of the final two escaped prisoners - I’m reminded by the Scriptures that we must remain vigilant in praying for continual peace.

What does it mean to bless Israel?

September 21, 2021

“Brothers and sisters, my heart’s desire and my prayer to God for Israel is for their salvation.”
(Romans 10:1 TLV)

I’m so thankful you share my love and concern for Israel and her people. Together, by meeting needs and sharing the Good News with Jewish people,
you and I play a role in fulfilling prophecy!

The Bible tells us that the spiritual restoration of Israel is essential to the return of Jesus and the fulfillment of God’s plan.

Prayer Points: You make this life-saving work possible

September 20, 2021

We are so grateful to be headed to Ethiopia again! We appreciate your prayer covering for this Outreach – before, during and after. Your intercession prepares the way not only for the Outreach week but also for the ensuing months and even years. This Medical Clinic will be held in an area with both Orthodox and Evangelical Christians and where local Messianic Believers are already reaching out to other Jewish people. We are excited to partner with them to see Jewish people blessed in the name of Yeshua and come to know Him.

Sukkot: The Choice to Rejoice

September 20, 2021
We usually think of joy and happiness as emotions that come to us as a result of pleasant circumstances or good news. But God’s instructions for the Feast of Sukkot reveal that we are more than passive recipients of joy.

[Israel] Rocket fire lights up the Strip

September 17, 2021

“You, Lord, are my lamp; the Lord turns my darkness into light.”
2 Samuel 22:29 (NIV)

Shalom, my friend. 

I chose this week’s verse because it is a powerful reminder that we don’t face the darkness of the world alone. As we look at some the latest news from Israel, I strongly encourage you to focus on the eternal light of God that does not waver or fade. Join me in prayer that as the world grows darker, the Jewish people would continue to be drawn to the light of God and accept Yeshua (Jesus) as their Messiah.

Yom Kippur – A Profound Time to Explore the Jewish Roots of Christianity

September 16, 2021

Tensions grow with Israel’s neighbors, here’s how you can pray

September 09, 2021

“From the LORD comes deliverance. May your blessing be on your people.”
Psalm 3:8 (NIV)

Shalom, my friend. 

Terrorist group Hezbollah appears to be strengthening its grip on Lebanon – which means greater risk for Israel and her people. Israel is also dealing with continued unrest in Gaza and growing tension with Syria. 

Prayer Points: Praying in the Jewish New Year

September 09, 2021

The Hebrew year 5782 has begun! Lately, I believe that we’re all sensing, as never before, that we are entering uncharted waters — in our own lifetimes and even in the history of the world. Prophetic voices are already vying to declare what this year will mean and hold, but if we have learned anything since early 2020, it’s that this is a season to expect the unexpected.  

Yom Kippur is upon us

September 08, 2021
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