Shira Sorko-Ram

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Shira has lived in Israel since 1967, where she became an Israeli citizen. She has worked as a director and producer of documentary films. One project, “Dry Bones," a film on the prophetic significance of Israel’s rebirth, is acclaimed around the world and was seen by Golda Meir. In addition, Shira has written for many publications concerning the Messianic Jewish Movement and the Christians’ part in Israel’s spiritual resurrection. She produces the monthly Maoz Israel Report, providing a prophetic, political, and spiritual perspective of current events in Israel.

Articles by Shira Sorko-Ram

Biblical Teachings Nov 11, 2019

From the Apostles to Reformation: When the Word of God ceased to exist (Part 3)

Shira writes, "For 40 days after his death and resurrection, Yeshua the Messiah encouraged, energized and taught those closest to Him and then left for heaven."

Biblical Teachings Oct 27, 2019

Until the Messiah came – The rise and fall of the Word of God (Part 2)

Shira writes, "When that day comes, God will pour out His Spirit on the whole world, giving them also the opportunity to be saved. The pure Word of God will ...

Biblical Teachings Oct 14, 2019

Israel couldn’t live without it – The power of God’s Word! (Part 1)

Shira writes, "Have you ever thought about how God dealt with his people before there was the written Word of God?"

Videos by Shira Sorko-Ram

Videos Aug 20, 2017

VIDEO: Shira interviewed on Revelation TV

On the program, Shira shared about her personal life - how she accepted Yeshua, moved to Israel, met Ari - and how together they started Maoz Israel Ministries. She also ...

Videos May 17, 2017

VIDEO: Dry Bones, 1968

The script was simple, just use the word of God, straight from the Bible. The pictures were simple, just show what God was actually doing in re-born Israel. Now 40+ ...

Videos Mar 21, 2017

VIDEO: Israel Frontline: UNRWA and Palestinian Refugees

What is UNRWA? Who is considered by the UN a Palestinian Refugee? Who donates money for Palestinian refugees and who doesn't? Panel guests weigh in on the subject.

Events by Shira Sorko-Ram