Learning about and celebrating Jewish holy days that have been handed down through the ages in the Scriptures, like Shavuot (also known as The Feast of Weeks), is a great way to experience God and His life-transforming presence in a special way. Watch the Holy Spirit inspired teaching on Shauvot and Pentecost by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn to gain a deeper on understanding of why Christians should celebrate the feasts.
Shavuot starts on the evening of Saturday, June 4th ending the two-day holiday at sundown on Monday, June 6th. For the Jewish calendar night begins before day, thus the holiday or festival begins on the sunset of the previous day. Why do Jewish holidays start at nighttime? According to the Torah, the story of creation in Genesis says “And it was evening, and it was morning day one”, “And it was evening, and it was morning; the second day”, thus night comes before day. So for the Jewish calendar all days begin at nightfall and...
Don’t miss Selwyn Gerber’s, Co-Founder and Chief Strategist of The Jerusalem Portfolio, as he shares why investing in the modern-day miracle of the state of Israel can unlock God’s blessings in your finances . . . and your life! Listen to Israel: Where Yesterday Meets Tomorrow now.
To honor and remember the Jewish people who suffered and died in the Holocaust — and those who survived — we want to help share their stories. Because when we remember the horrors of this evil blight in human history, we help ensure we never repeat it.
That’s why we want to recommend the books below — extraordinary stories of pain, survival, and hope!
Drawing on diverse sources, this book follows the fates of twenty-five young women in the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp who were selected to design, cut, and sew beautiful fashions for elite Nazi women.
A collaboration between painter Lori Schreiner and poet Theresa Senato Edwards —inspired by photographs taken at Auschwitz by Holocaust survivor Wilhelm Brasse — this book brings the children of the Holocaust to life and lends vitality to their...
Join Israeli founder of Boker Tours, Assaf Boker, as he guides you through Yad Vashem, The World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Israel.
In this moving, unforgettable virtual experience, you’ll hear Assaf’s personal family testimony of survival through one of the darkest moments in history.
Lily is a 97-year-old Holocaust Survivor — who vowed as a little girl that she would tell her story if she escaped the horrors of Auschwitz.
And she has kept her promise.
You’ll be amazed and inspired by this Daughter of Zion, as she recounts the pain she endured and the strength she feels to speak out to help ensure the Holocaust doesn’t happen again.
But there are other Holocaust Survivors in Israel who need help. Many are forced to live on meager government pensions that just aren’t enough to cover their bills and utilities, medical needs, and keep food on the table.
As Christian Women For Israel — modern-day “Esthers” — we are called to stand for Israel and be a blessing, for such a time as this.
And right now, with your help, we can send a Blessing to a Holocaust Survivor in Israel Today!
Give today to help a Holocaust Survivor live out their remaining days in dignity and comfort by...
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God has called us to always be ready to be His instruments of transformation to fulfill His will in the world. And we’re reminded of this more as we reflect on the coming Passover season . . .
Passover is a powerful and prophetic feast of the Lord. And it’s the perfect opportunity to be inspired by God and His Word to honor Jesus through a better commitment to His sacrifice and the Gospel.
Here’s a simple, but meaningful meditation we’d like to share with you as you prepare your heart for Passover and Easter . . .
On the night of Passover, the Israelites were commanded to eat their meal in haste, prepared to leave at any moment the Lord called them into their freedom. When it came time to go, they didn’t have time for their bread to rise but took it with them as it was, unleavened (Exodus 12:11).
This is an incredible image that captures what it means for us to always be ready in our own...
Sometimes the world feels overwhelmingly dark. The anger and violence. The fear and uncertainty. The pain and suffering.
And peace seems so far away. This is especially true now as the war in Ukraine continues, with the outcome still unknown.
But we also feel the tension in our own lives . . .
Over the last few weeks, we’ve heard from numerous hurting sisters in our “modern-day Esthers” community. So many are hurting and are suffering.
Here are just a few prayer requests we’ve received from our sisters. Will you pray over them now by name?