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Bringing The Jewish People Home


Three Plans for Iran’s Nuclear Program: Which Will Go into Effect?

Current Issues

IDF Warns: 2,500 Rockets per Day from Hezbollah in Future Conflict

Life in Israel

Despite Ongoing COVID, Immigration to Israel Up Nearly a Third over 2020


Peter's Denial and Restoration


Bridges For Peace: Christians supporting Israel and building relationships

between Christians and Jews in Israel and around the world


Freedom From Shame

Rev. Cheryl Hauer, International Vice President

We all have experienced shame at one time or another, but for many in our world today, it is a lifelong companion. Even for those of us who have surrendered our lives to the Lord, shame often lurks in the shadows, waiting to shipwreck faith, destroy relationships and ruin lives. For many, that shame is so entrenched that the love they seek, the identity that is theirs in Christ, remains just beyond their grasp. Rather than believing the truth of who God says they are, they are trapped by their inability to forgive themselves. The lie of the enemy—that they are unforgivable—can mean a lifetime in bondage to shame. Continue reading…

Temple Mount: The Status Quo

Joshua Spurlock, The Mideast Update

The Temple Mount—where Solomon first built a “house” for worshiping the God of the Bible, where Jesus (Yeshua) walked, where the biblical book of Isaiah says there will be a house of prayer for all nations—is the holiest site in all of Judaism. Yet access to the Temple Mount today is restricted for Jews, and it’s not the Arabs who enforce those limits contained within the so-called “status quo.” It’s Israel—and it is Israel who agreed to the terms shortly after retaking the holy site in 1967. Nonetheless, Palestinians have slandered Jewish intentions toward the mount as a pretext for terrorism. This raises key questions: Why would the Jewish state restrict access to their own holy site, and what does it have to do with Palestinian violence? What is the “status quo”? Continue reading…

Extraordinary Educational Experience

Institute of Israel Studies

15 – 28 May 2022

Bridges for Peace is honored to invite you to enroll in the Institute of Israel Studies 2022. Join us for a combination of curriculum—presented by a lineup of Bridges for Peace senior leaders and prominent Israeli role players in the political, religious, defense, societal, advocacy, and historical landscape—and guided visits to sites of biblical significance. The discussions and guided visits have been tailor-made to ensure that every person who goes through this program will leave Israel with in-depth knowledge, understanding, and hands-on experience of the Land of Israel and its role in history, prophecy, and the future. Click here to learn more.

Call to Zion Tour

A gathering of young adults from around the world for a 12-day Israel experience

Our next tour begins Summer 2022

Registration open!

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