National Association of Evangelicals visit Israel! Days 5-7

Days 5-7 Friday we were briefed by historian Daniel Pipes and then went on a walking tour with guide Hadas Bukai of the Christian religious sites in Jerusalem. Friday night we visited the Great Jerusalem Synagogue and were welcomed warmly by the president. We were then hosted for Sabbath dinner by noted Tel Aviv lawyer, and president of the Great[…]

National Association of Evangelicals Day 4 in Israel

Day 4 A very intense and stimulating day! The Evangelical Leaders met with many different Israeli government officials and representatives. We started the day with a presentation by Brigadier Yossi Kupperwasser, the Deputy Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Strategic Affairs.   We then met with Minister Yuli Edelstein, minister of Diplomacy and Diaspora[…]

National Association of Evangelical Leaders in Israel

Day 3 Wednesday morning we had a fascinating tour of the Magen David Adom facility at Tel Hashomer Hospital, the Israel Red Cross. We went to visit the largest blood bank in Israel that services 95% of the Israeli population. We saw how the blood platelets and red blood cells are separated and stored as[…]

National Association of Evangelical Leaders in Tel Aviv & Sderot

Day 2 Tuesday morning we visited the famous Rogosin Bialik School in South Tel Aviv. It is the subject of the 2010 Academy award winning documentary film “Strangers No More.” We met with the principal Eli Nechama who explained to us the schools difficult task of integrating immigrant children from 87 different countries, many who[…]

Welcome! The National Association of Evangelical Leaders arrive in Tel Aviv

We are very excited to be in Israel this week with the executives of the National Association of Evangelicals. The National Association of Evangelicals has spoken as a united voice for millions of American evangelicals since 1942. But, the voice of NAE is clearer, stronger and more broadly heard now than ever before. The Association[…]