Missions in Israel

Missions - Israel

SUPPORTING MISSIONS IN ISRAEL

Missions in Israel are supported by donations through local churches like ours. We are proud to be a supporter of the missionary work done by The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry. Below are excerpts from their website.

The Friends of Israel is a worldwide Christian ministry communicating biblical truth about Israel and the Messiah, while fostering solidarity with the Jewish people.

In 1938 God raised up this ministry to help Jewish people escape the horrors of the Nazi Holocaust. Today the ministry continues to stand against every form of anti-Semitism and support the right of the Jewish people to live in their ancient homeland, Israel. In this era of cultural revolution and increased hostility toward Christians, the ministry are also reaching out to our beleaguered brethren in many parts of the world.

For more information about missions in Israel, please visit The Friends of Israel website.

BUT WHO DO YOU SAY THAT I AM?

Jesus asked this question 2,000 years ago. However, today it is the most critical question you will ever answer. How would you answer it? Can you answer it correctly? On the surface, it seems a simple question of identification.  But God cares immensely how you answer it because your eternity is at stake.

Missions Who Do You Think I am?

Consider the following questions.

Does God care what I think about Jesus?

Does my dilemma matter to Jesus?

Did Jesus have to die for me?

Is Jesus my only answer?

Who is Jesus to you?

Find out the answers to these questions and more by visiting Who Is Jesus?

GOD’S UNCONDITIONAL COVENANTS

By: Charles E. McCracken

Four unconditional and non-transferable covenants define God’s relationship with Israel.

They are covenants between God and a literal people group—the descendants of

Abraham through Isaac and Jacob, Gen. 12:1-3.

They are unilateral covenants in which God Himself is the guarantor; they are perpetual,

eternal and not limited by time (Jer.7:7, 25:5).

Download the chart» 

From The Friends of Israel. Website: www.foi.org. E-mail: webmaster@foi.org. Toll free: 1-800-257-7843.

INSTITUTE OF JEWISH STUDIES

The Institute of Jewish Studies is a uniquely focused program for committed Christians who are interested in studying the Scriptures in-depth.

You are invited to consider all that the Institute of Jewish Studies has to offer. Our desire is to equip you as a servant of our loving Lord and Savior.

Program Benefits

An Institute of Jewish Studies education will:

  • Teach you the Jewish background, culture, and history of Scripture.
  • Give you a working knowledge of the Bible.
  • Broaden your understanding of Israel, and the role of the Jewish people in redemptive history.
  • Enrich your life and ministry.

Certificate Recognition

Students are recognized with a certificate of completion when they have successfully completed 12 courses. An advanced certificate will be awarded to students who successfully complete an additional 12 courses of study.

Find more information by going to The Institute of Jewish Studies.

ISRAEL TOURS

Since 1977 The Friends of Israel has been journeying to the land of the Bible. Never has there been a more exciting time to be in the land given to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The prophetic significance is overwhelming; and the historical significance, unprecedented.

Up to Jerusalem – Where Prophecy and History Converge 
The Bible alone provides accurate information about the course and destiny of this planet. With our Bibles in hand, we will see with our own eyes how prophecy is being lived out in Israel today. Why not embark on a once in-a-lifetime experience with our veteran staff, experienced Israeli guides, and unsurpassed accommodations? More information …

Hesed Project – Blessing Israel With Lovingkindness.
The Hesed Project is an exciting, Christian adult-volunteer program to Israel, hosted by The Friends of Israel. Participants in The Hesed Project will work alongside Israelis doing manual labor and giving of their time, effort, and resources to help us serve the people of Israel practically. More information …

Origins Tour – Our Resolve Is Giving Israel Never-ending Support. 
A life-changing experience in the land of Israel for young adults between the ages 18-28. Expand your knowledge of the Word of God through exciting, on-site instruction about the land and the book. Extend yourself to the people of Israel through service projects and outreaches. Exalt our Savior in the land of the Bible. More information …

FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH

A multi-part series by Renald Showers, on Bible doctrine that will supply our readers with a firm understanding of the foundations of our faith. The word doctrine comes from the Latin term doctrina, which means “ instruction, education, learning. ” In light of these meanings, we can conclude that biblical doctrine consists of those divine truths that are recorded in the Scriptures and intended by God to be taught. Thus, the Apostle Paul wrote that “ All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine [lit., teaching] ” ( 2 Tim. 3:16 ).

The Foundations Of Faith: The Division Of Biblical Doctrine

This is the introductory article in a series on Bible doctrine that will supply our readers with a firm understanding of the foundations of our faith.

The Foundations of Faith: God is True and Truth
The Scriptures repeatedly associate what is true and truth with God. The primary Old Testament word used for this association is emet. Its foundational concept is “certainty, dependability”; and it is used “in several categories of contexts, all of which relate to God directly or indirectly.”

The Foundations of Faith: God is True and Truth, Part 2

The previous article demonstrated how the Scriptures associate what is true and truth with God. Those associations indicate several facts concerning the God of the Bible. He is ultimate reality. His revealed existence is a firm, dependable fact.

The Foundations of Faith: God is True and Truth, Part 3

Divine revelation to mankind is the source of knowledge concerning ultimate truth and, therefore, ultimate reality.

For more information visit Foundations of Faith.