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Generations of Christian women have drawn faith, strength, and encouragement from the example of Queen Esther. She is one of the most amazing women—and stories—in the Bible.

Esther lived 2,500 years ago as the Jewish queen of Persia. She appealed to King Xerxes—at the risk of her own life—for the lives of fellow Jews in exile who were facing extermination by their mortal enemy, Haman (Esther 7:3).


Peggy Kennedy
Co-Founder

Pastor Leah Miles
Co-Founder

Unless Esther acted, tens of thousands of Jews would have been murdered . . . a true “holocaust” twenty-five centuries before the Nazis attempt at Jewish genocide!

Now today, Christian Women for Israel has stepped forward as a community of tens of thousands of modern-day “Esthers” praying and standing for Israel. This vibrant group of women is seeking God’s blessing on the nation and His protection against enemies seeking to destroy her.

Christian Women for Israel is a program of The Esther 414 Foundation.

The Esther 414 Foundation exists to empower women and others in support of Israel, the United States, ministries, projects and programs providing faith-based social services throughout the world.

We are committed to being modern-day ‘Esthers’ who are desperately needed to rise up in courage and faithfulness to help all God’s people in need! Our ministry is based on the firm conviction that the Lord is seeking faithful women today who live out God’s Word. We hope and pray you will accept our warm invitation to join thousands of other dedicated and faithful sisters who share in our commitment to express Christ-like love to the least, the lost and the last, “for such a time as this”.

In His Service,
Peggy Kennedy and Pastor Leah Miles
Co-founders

Mordecai Council

We are Esthers, prayer warriors who are committed to praying for Israel, all people who occupy the Holy Land, the United States of America, and each other. Many people count on us for prayer, and we need prayer warriors praying for us too. That's why the leadership of Christian Women For Israel sought the help of a Council of Mordecais.

Why Mordecai? Mordecai is a Hebrew name and means warrior. Mordecai was an important man in the Old Testament and in history. Learn More

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