A rabbi and a pastor opened a Bible and what happened? A New-Year’s project that will bring people of all faiths together from all around the world in one simple task intended to revive their faith: reading the Bible.
In 2016, Pastor Scott Moffatt from the Seattle Washington area came to Israel several days before a group he was leading. Looking for “some kind of cultural interaction,” he found an opportunity to have a Shabbat meal with a Jewish family in Jerusalem. The program he joined is Shabbat of a Lifetime, an organization that matches tourists who want to experience an authentic Jewish Shabbat in Jerusalem with host families.
A group of Christians sailed the Mediterranean spreading their faith and stopped in Israel to express their gratitude for the State of Israel and the Jewish people. The boat, the Elida – a 131-ft yacht – carried around 50 passengers, and came to Israel to on a voyage of peace. Upon their arrival, the yacht’s owner,… Read more »
Despite the fact that it created a swirl of political controversy, the recent passage of the nation-state law in the Israeli Knesset is seen by many Bible-based Jews and Christians as affirming the Biblical connection between the Land of Israel and the Jewish people. Additionally, it has messianic implications, according to at least one major redemption-oriented rabbi.