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Is the World Awarding Hamas For Terrorism?

By Nicole Sivan As Hamas indiscriminately shoots rockets into Israel unconcerned as to whether or not it hits civilian, military or aviation targets, the world more »


Israel’s New President

By Nicole Sivan Israel has a new president, due to take office in July. Unlike Israel’s current Labor affiliated Peacenik president, this new president has more »


From the Four Corners of the Earth

By Elisabeth Hinze My doorbell rang at about 23:00 last night. Oi, I thought. Because good news rarely knocks on your door this late at more »

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Kuma Adonai (Arise Oh God)

By Elisabeth Hinze David Ben Gurion, Israel’s first Prime Minister, summed up life in his country pretty accurately, “In Israel, in order to be a more »


How to Use Social Media to Support Israel

By Tom Brennan It used to be that newspapers, then radio then television were the most effective ways to get the news.  Sending a letter more »



To All the Sometimes Weary Warriors

By Elisabeth Hinze My mom called me yesterday, slightly concerned. “What on earth is going on over there?” were the first words out of her mouth. Which is a rather odd question, coming from my mom. Because she has a pretty good idea of … [Read More...]


The 15 Second Apocalypse

By Tom Brennan The 15 second apocalypse: what Christians can learn from Israel’s living with air raid sirens. Just imagine, you are sitting in church listening to a well-researched and delivered sermon; or you are at the grocery store, … [Read More...]

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You Are All One

By Barry Rosenfeld “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” (Galatians 3:28) Elav Conference Brings Arab Christians and Jewish Believers Together … [Read More...]


He Who Watches Over Israel

By Elisabeth Hinze The Israeli team didn’t make it to the Soccer World Cup. My friend, Saul, explains, “We’re just not good enough.” “But what is your national sport then?” I ask (secretly hoping to learn about an ancient sport steeped in … [Read More...]


Reconciliation in Chaos

By Esther Korson It was way back in 1975 when I came to know the Lord, having made the amazing discovery that ‘Christianity” was not a religion, but a real relationship and friendship with the Lord Himself; that Jesus (Yeshua) was actually … [Read More...]

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Kuma Adonai (Arise Oh God)

By Elisabeth Hinze David Ben Gurion, Israel’s first Prime Minister, summed up life in his country pretty accurately, “In Israel, in order to be a realist, you must believe in miracles.”  Smart man.  Because it is on those miracles, those … Read More...


Judea: the Hard Duty Post for the Romans

By Tom Brennan How often when you are reading the Bible, or historical fiction do you get the impression that Jerusalem and Judea were backwaters. Historical fiction, and often movies that feature Roman main characters, often have lines like … Read More...


Is There an “Original Judaism”?

By Nicole Sivan Part 1: Ancient Sects of Judaism There has been much debate in Israel and within the Jewish community abroad over the Orthodox monopoly of Judaism in the State. Secular Israelis who support this Orthodox domination often … Read More...


Between the Straits

By Elisabeth Hinze This morning, as Hamas’s rockets continued to rain down on Israel despite a cease-fire being in place, observant Jews started a day-long fast to remember a tragic three-week period in Jewish history. The period starts and … Read More...

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