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Strengthening Emotional Resilience Palestinian terrorists in Gaza use an insidious, yet effective, strategy to traumatise Israeli civilians: They target towns in the border region with rocket fire in the morning, when children are on their way to...
Many Israeli entrepreneurs have brilliant ideas, which is one reason Israel is often referred to as “the Startup Nation”. Yet those new to the business world often need assistance to develop an existing business or start a new one. For...
A Future and a Hope with ICEJ Aid Through ICEJ Aid, Christians around the world bless Israel each and every day. Over the years the ICEJ has carried out social assistance projects throughout Israel in every sector of the society. This ministry of...
I am thrilled to announce our senior leadership team will be expanded by the addition of our long-time staff member Nicole Yoder. Nicole will serve as Vice President of Aid & Aliyah. Nicole has been faithfully serving our ICEJ AID department for...
For the past year, Israel has been stuck in a baffling political impasse which may take three elections to resolve and currently hinges on whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can and should remain in office while under criminal indictment....
ICEJ Staff Joins Christian Media Summit Recently, a strong contingent of local ICEJ staff led by David Parsons and ICEJ representatives from abroad took part in the third annual Christian Media Summit, sponsored by the Israel Government Press Office...
Choosing the right outlook towards God’s people One of the Bible’s most tragic figures is the prophet Balaam. He was a hired-gun prophet lured by fame, honor and money to curse the people of God. Three times the New Testament uses him as...
A trip to the Haifa Home for Holocaust Survivors is never easy, but always deeply rewarding. “We are so happy someone travels here to visit us. I love all the people who come to listen to our stories”, Esti Liber, survivor and resident...
An Unusual Commemoration “Here we are again, one year later: visiting Auschwitz, and then walking these 120 kilometers to commemorate the exceptional act of two Slovak Jews, Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler. During the walk, old friends meet...
Rosh Hashanah, known as the Jewish New Year, is a time of prayer and celebration. This year it fell on the first days of October, and the weeks before were especially busy for ICEJ’s Homecare. It is traditional to give and receive gifts during...

 

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