Since the days before email existed, Sondra Oster Baras, Director of Christian Friends of Israel Communities (CFOIC Heartland)’s Israel Office, has been advocating for the Biblical heartland communities of Yehuda (Judea) and the Shomron (Samaria).
“If you want to understand the essence of what creation is about, it is summed up in three words: olam chesed yibaneh, the world is built upon loving-kindness,” said Rabbi Shimon Apisdorf, an award-winning author and teacher for Yeshiva for the Nations.
Although there have always been Christians who rejected replacement theology, the establishment and success of the State of Israel “upends that whole apple cart,” according to Rabbi Pesach Wolicki, Associate Director of the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding & Cooperation (CJCUC).
‘This remarkable phenomenon of the awakening of so many holy souls among the Nations to get closer to God and discover His Torah, is both mysterious and wonderful,’ says Nachum Shaw of Promised Land Publishers.
In Rabbi Shimon Apisdorf’s new Yeshiva for the Nations course, you’ll learn how the land of Israel has played a critical role in every stage of Jewish history, from the matriarchs and patriarchs until today.
Did you know that Israel has seven holy cities? Rabbi Yishai Fleischer teaches about the special qualities of these seven cities in their Biblical and contemporary context in his online Yeshiva for the Nations course – don’t miss it!
At the Yeshiva for the Nations, where Orthodox Jews teach religious studies to non-Jews, Rabbi Moshe Lichtman teaches a one-of-a-kind course linking the rise of modern Israel to the prophesied redemption.
Rabbi Tuly Weisz, founder of the Yeshiva for the Nations, will take you on a journey through the book of Genesis as you’ve never seen it before, highlighting the land, the people, and the God of Israel.