The Call that Never Came: A Pilot’s Story of 9/11

I'm departing from the norm today in order to commemorate those who lost their lives 17 years ago in the tragedy of 9/11.  On that day, America faced some of its darkest hours when terrorists flew airplanes into the twin towers of NYC, the Pentagon in Washington DC and a field in Pennsylvania (targeting the …

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To Life: How Israeli Volunteers are Changing the World

Almost daily, Israel is accused of human rights violations.  The UN sanctions Israel more than any other country on the planet, and neighboring people groups are constantly alleging abuses.  But the fact is, since 1980, Israel has provided humanitarian aid to 140 different countries around the world, and her stories are being told on a …

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Word from Jerusalem – June 2018

Welcome back, friends!  If you have followed long, you know that I share each issue of ICEJ's Word from Jerusalem, a monthly publication highlighting events happening in Israel, and the ministry of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem. Many of you have told me how blessed you are to get a glimpse into the work the …

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Political and Prophetic Implications of the US Embassy Move

The Christian Broadcast Network (CBN) has ramped up Israel-related coverage in the past few years.  They produce regular Jerusalem Dateline segments and have an "Inside Israel" page on their website.  As a Christian organization that supports Israel, they are leading the media charge in taking up issues specific to Israel. Gordon Robertson, president of CBN, was present …

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