One Incredible Day!

There is not time to adequately describe all we experienced on Sunday. All I can say is "Wow!" Rita, a Holocaust survivor, tells her story We began the day at the Haifa Home for Holocaust survivors, where we heard about the mission of sharing the love of Christ with those who survived the most atrocious …

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Messianic Worship, Israel College of the Bible and Caesarea Maritima

Wow, what a day! We began the day at a retreat-type encampment known as Baptist Village, where we met believers from all over the world, gathered to worship the Jewish Messiah together. What a sweet time of worship and an excellent message from a Jewish perspective. That was followed by a visit to One for …

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Visiting the Biblical Heartland

Often, the Biblical lands of Judea and Samaria are known as Israel’s heartland, where so much of Old Testament history occurred. Today, however, the area is known as the West Bank.  Why West Bank?  Because it refers to land west of the Jordan River.  Though Israel won the war, that land was controlled by the …

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Samaria or West Bank?

As a Bible reader, you have undoubtedly read about Samaria. You know the account of the Samaritan woman at the well, the good Samaritan, and Shiloh (where the tabernacle once stood). Today, the world knows the area as part of the West Bank. Often, when someone mentions the West Bank, immediate connotations are of terrorism, …

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