We are commanded in Psalm 122:6 and Isaiah 62:6 to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. You can be one of millions coming together on October 2, 2016 to answer that call. Started in 2002 by a few global leaders, the “Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem” has grown into an event that sees hundreds of millions of people from around the world join together to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
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One of the most important issues United States citizens should be concerned about is our relationship with Israel. As our closest ally in the Middle East, it’s crucial for those voting in this year’s presidential election to have Israel on their minds as they go to the polls. SIGN THE PETITION
Jesus’ disciples were as anxious as we are today to know the timing of His return as King. In Matthew 24-25 Jesus delivered the well-known, but often misunderstood, Olivet Discourse to help ease the fear that this world will never know peace. Join theologian Renald Showers as he explains what Christ told His disciples regarding the future and why the world is moving in the direction that it is today.
Is your vision of Israel nothing but camels and desert? While a majority of Israel is desert land, that's never stopped the Israelis from consistently being leaders in innovation. In new video, The Friends of Israel Today radio host Chris Katulka shares some of the many ways Israeli inventions and ingenuity have advanced their own country as well as the world.
This year, as we celebrate God’s love this season through His Son—the Messiah, His greatest gift to the world—my hope is that you will find a way through this catalog to touch the life of someone who needs your help.