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Discipleship Report – Intensive “IDF-Style-Commander-Course” Session

In August we had an intensive 2 week session of discipleship for leadership candidates, roughly modeled after an IDF “commanders course.” Six young Israeli women signed up. The three ladies on the staff were able to interact with them very closely. Each day a different student led the daily devotional and had the responsibility of… Read more »

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Name Written in Book of Life

The Hebrew month of “Elul” comes in late summer and is a month of repentance leading up to the Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah; See Leviticus 23) and the solemn Holy Days at the start of the following month (Tishrei). According to Jewish tradition, God opens the Book of Life and judges the world during… Read more »

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Praise Reports

By Leon Mazin  “No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.” (1 Corinthians 10:13) Since March 2020, when… Read more »

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A Tough Fight 

I’m now a COVID Survivor! How does it feel when this Coronavirus takes over your body? I can tell you from personal experience. It feels like you got hit by an 18-wheeler! If anyone doubts the seriousness of this disease, let me tell you, it can pack a wallop. I was in isolation for 19… Read more »

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Refine & Forge: Crises in the Book of Revelation

Recently, we have reported on several urgent situations such as forest fires in the hills around Jerusalem near our base, and a surge in COVID 19 cases which continues to put pressure on Israeli citizens.  On the world-wide scene, the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban has created a crisis – emboldening terrorist extremists all… Read more »

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Feast of Tabernacles and the Millennial Kingdom

There are three biblical feasts in the spring, and three in the fall. The major events of the first coming of Yeshua (Jesus) occurred on the very dates of the spring holy days: Pesach (Passover) – Crucifixion Omer (First Fruits) – Resurrection Shavuot (weeks) – Holy Spirit Baptism By the same biblical logic, we see… Read more »

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Sukkot and the Incarnation

The sukkah is a picture of Yeshua, the Word who became flesh and “tabernacled” among us. (John 1:14) Literally, the Word became flesh and “sukkahed” among us. Philippians 2:6,7 makes a similar declaration: “Who, although he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied… Read more »

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R and H

Nineteen years ago, “R” was serving in the famous “Magav” Israel Border Police in Jerusalem. He confronted a suicide terrorist with bomb strapped to his body.  He pushed him backwards, but the terrorist had time to ignite the bomb.   While R saved those around him, he was severely injured. He went through 20 surgeries…. Read more »

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Name Written in Book of Life?

The Hebrew month of “Elul” in late summer is a month of repentance leading up to the Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah; See Leviticus 23) and the solemn Holy Days at the start of the following month (Tishrei). According to Jewish tradition, God opens the Book of Life and  judges the world during this season…. Read more »

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Praise Report

We recently received a wonderful testimony from our ministry partners, Gilad and Rachel from Ein Karem. Rachel shares: We have such good news to share with you! I have been teaching my niece about the Lord since 2004. We held home groups in her house, and I spent many hours answering her numerous questions. Recently… Read more »

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