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Shira writes, "The most unique part of this time period, however, was the openness of Israelis to hear about God. Our confidence in the Lord at a time when Israelis were shaking in their boots gave us unprecedented opportunities to share about Yeshua everywhere we went."
There are many Messianic congregations in Jerusalem, some old and some new, most with fascinating stories on how God raised them up. One of the more noticeable ones is Netivyah, whose name means “the Way of God,” alluding to “the Way,” the name of the first congregations in Jerusalem.
Throughout its 20 year history, Lech L’cha’s discipleship programs have provided a unique framework for more than 300 graduates, young Israeli Messianic believers to deepen their knowledge of the scriptures and draw closer to the Lord.
Books have kept our minds occupied. They allowed us to travel and dream despite restrictions. We’ve been learning secrets about the world and our history. And hopefully, through the written word, we have also grown closer to God and people.
The initiative is a branch of Be'ad Chaim called "Zchutam" which means "their right" in Hebrew. KNI spoke to Sandy Shoshani, National Director of Be'ad Chaim, about the initiative.
On Nov. 12, the Fellowship of Israel Related Ministries (FIRM) hosted an online-only gala event from the balcony of their Jerusalem offices with a goal to raise funds for 25 local Israeli ministries.
Read part two of Reuven and Benjamin Berger's personal story and their experience leading Congregation of the Lamb on Mount Zion.
This congregation just might be the closest you will get to a resemblance of apostolic succession among Messianic Jews in Israel.
There is a place in Israel that most visitors would prefer to avoid, and it clashes with their image of the “holy land”. In the heart of Tel Aviv, not far from the old bus station, is an area ruled by drug dealers, homeless addicts and victims of prostitution.
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