Titles from Tikkun Global

Still Seeking a Spirit Sign?

Congregations that maturely invite and allow the Holy Spirit to act, also show greater power in evangelism and motivating people to give their all to the Kingdom of God.  I have been observing this now for over 40 years. This was so true in the days when I pastored. However, most congregations that say they… Read more »

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Zion’s Glory Update

The summer is winding down. The long awaited vacation is just about over and in less than one week, the schools will be opening their doors once again; this time amid the confusion and uncertainty of this new variant, the Delta virus. For weeks, the numbers have been rising steadily and this new government has been… Read more »

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A Message from Japan: “The Tikkun Global Movement I see and love”

By Steven Kaylor  (Founding Pastor of Hope Church in Tokyo, Japan) It has been a great honor to be in relationship with Tikkun and Revive Israel over the last number of years. While recently reading Acts 3, I was thrilled to again discover this key “Tikkun” passage: “Repent therefore and turn to God, that your… Read more »

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The Last Jew in Afghanistan Decides to STAY as Taliban Floods In

Muslim Terrorists Go Door-to-Door to Hunt and Kill Christians Zebulon Simantov, officially the “Last Jew in Afghanistan,” has refused to leave his native Afghanistan, even as the Taliban are going door-to-door, torturing, killing, and raping Christians or anyone who has connections with the West. In April, Simantov had said he would move to Israel around… Read more »

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Return to Zion Update

Shalom! First, I want to thank you for standing with us in prayer and partnership; thanks to you, we can carry out our Ministry effectively. For now, I would like to share something personal, and in our next letter, an update on July. No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And… Read more »

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Feed Tel Aviv – A Surprise Benefit

The vision of our Feed Tel Aviv outreach was born, first and foremost, out of a desire that our congregation would be a blessing to the community around us. One neighborhood, near Tiferet Yeshua, happens to be the worst area for homelessness and drug use in the entire country of Israel.  Since its beginning, Feed Tel Aviv has been… Read more »

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