ONE FOR ISRAEL’s evangelistic videos have now been viewed over 50 million times!
Through these videos, Jews, Arabs, and people from around the world are coming to faith.
We want to thank all of those who have participated in Giving Tuesday this year, to help us keep sharing the good news of Yeshua far and wide. Your gift can make a great difference as you help us sow the seeds of the gospel, and invest in eternity-altering Kingdom work.
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Please know that whatever the Lord lays on your heart to give is appreciated and no amount is too small! Thank you for being ONE FOR ISRAEL and for helping us share the Good News of Jesus and make disciples in Israel and beyond!
Not only have our testimony and apologetics videosreached millions, but we have many more exciting videos in the pipeline, getting edited and ready to go public.
We are determined to give as many as possible – Jews, Arabs, in Israel and the nations – the chance to meet their Messiah, but also to help believers grow in their faith. ONE FOR ISRAEL’s Bible college brings together both Jews and Arabs, students and pastors. United by Yeshua, they are the future of the Body of Messiah in Israel.
How we, as Israelis, became captivated with Yeshua
There are rabbis who blame us for grazing in foreign fields, but they are forgetting that Jesus was a Jew who was born in Israel. Two thousand years after Jesus walked in the land of Israel, we, and the entire world, are still talking about him. Jesus divided history into two, as we acknowledge every time we write the date. We don’t have a single painting, song, poem, or musical piece by Jesus, yet his life and the words he spoke were the inspiration for more paintings, songs, poems and movies than any other figure in history. What is it about Him that captured our hearts and the hearts of many others? Continue reading…
What the wedding at Cana tells us about creation
There is a miraculous event in the New Testament that is as challenging for many as the creation account in Genesis. And as you will see, the two events are very much related. The event was the making of some very good wine in a small Galilean town called Cana; wine that was not made in days, but in an infinitesimal fraction of time. This wine-making event is a window into the very creation account in Genesis chapter one.Continue reading…