Thank You! – April 2024

Shalom from Jerusalem, On October 7th, the State of Israel rose to one of the most difficult days in the country’s history. On this day, the State of Israel entered a state of emergency, and … Read More

The Empty Chair

Passover 5784 (תשפ״ד) On Monday evening this coming week, my family and I will have the privilege to join Jewish people around the world in an ancient tradition called Passover. This feast of remembrance, which … Read More

Six Months Later

by Karen J. Kruger April 2024 October 7 began with the expectation of a full day of celebration ahead of us. There were grandchildren to see and dance with, as the traditional celebration of Simchat … Read More

Pray with Us! – April 2024

Shalom from Jerusalem, It has been half a year since Hamas initiated a brutal and deadly attack on Israel, and for half a year, 134 Israelis, including men, women, children, and infants, have been held … Read More

Operation Hesed — Pesach 2024

Support Operation HesedShalom and blessings from Jerusalem! Operation Hessed is an essential project which occurs twice a year at Pesach (Passover) and at Rosh haShana (The Feast of Trumpets), two major holidays in Jewish and … Read More

Prayer Letter – December 2023

Dear Prayer Partners, At this time of year over two thousand years ago, Jewish forces in Israel fought for their independence and freedom of worship against overwhelming forces arrayed against them. By God’s provision, they … Read More

Accusations Against Israel – Myth or Fact?

By: Sarah L, Staff Writer Hamas’ vicious surprise attack against Israeli civilians on Saturday, October 7th was the biggest and most evil attack Israel has ever experienced. Hamas’ massacre and tactics were unprecedented in scope … Read More

What Connects Shemini Atzeret to Our Messiah?

By Moran Rosenblit One of the most interesting things about Sukkot is that on the seventh day, the Jewish people celebrate “Hoshana Rabbah”, which is followed by “Shemini Atzeret” (also commonly referred to as Simchat … Read More

Sukkot – A Time to Overlook Differences

By Sarah L, Staff Writer “On the first day you are to take branches from luxuriant trees—from palms, willows and other leafy trees—and rejoice before the Lord your God for seven days.” Leviticus 23:40 One … Read More

Yom Kippur: Atonement for a People

By: Moran Rosenblit We are in a season of some very special appointed times, which God appointed for the children of Israel. Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is the most solemn day on the Hebrew … Read More