29 June 2012 - 9 Tamuz 5772
Here are more prayer points on the Elav Youth Conference, which will take place in just over a week. I’m traveling again, so it’s been tough to keep my news posts refreshed, especially because of the busyness of the news cycle. And it hurts me because of volume of important headlines from the past two [...]
19 June 2012 - 29 Sivan 5772
In Nigeria, hardline-Islamists Boko Haram continues it’s frontal assault on believers in Jesus the Christ. The Christians, sadly, are stooping to violence. More than 50 dead over all. Egypt has voted for president. The Muslim Brotherhood is claiming victory. Official results are expected Thursday, though the current ruling military leaders have made constitutional changes stripping power from the newly elected head of state.
15 June 2012 - 25 Sivan 5772
Egypt holds its runoff election for president Saturday and Sunday. To complicate matters, judges dissolved the Islamist-controlled parliament after ruling election rules which gave the Muslim Brotherhood control of the legislature were unconstitutional.
13 June 2012 - 23 Sivan 5772
The annual Elav youth conference is in less than a month in Tel Aviv. The planning and execution of any Christian conference includes spiritual warfare. So we ask those who are led to partner with conference organizers in prayer.
11 June 2012 - 21 Sivan 5772
While some experts says Syria is threatening to fall into civil war, some on the ground report that civil war has already begun in some regions. Also, some are reporting that Syrian government forces are using gas on its opponents.
7 June 2012 - 17 Sivan 5772
Tass joined the Palestinian Liberation Organization at 17 because Yasser Arafat was his hero. Tass was trained as a sniper. His job was to take out Israeli unit commanders.
6 June 2012 - 16 Sivan 5772
After creating the second more powerful ruling coalition in Israeli history, will Benjamin Netanyahu have the courage to reform the Israeli government and continue to stand up to pressure from the nations? If ever a man needed prayer, it is Israel’s prime minister.
2 June 2012 - 12 Sivan 5772
Among the stories to which I want to give voice this week is the quasi-conviction of Jewish terrorist Yaakov “Jack” Teitel. Teital was found guilty but not responsible for his crimes. Teital was alleged to have murdered two Arabs and set at least two bombs, including the attack on the home of a Messianic pastor in Ariel.