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Dec. 10, 2014

Acclaimed around the world as some of the most anointed Messianic praise artists of the last two decades, Barry and Batya Segal’s music is a unique blend of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Western worship styles. Experience the beautiful sounds and sights of Israel at YouTube.com/VisionForIsrael, or purchase the music at www.GreetingsForJerusalem.com or on iTunes.

Jul. 24, 2014

On our Roots & Reflections tours, we invite seekers to “taste and see that the Lord is good” (Psalm 34:8) through an exploration of Israel that engages all the senses. Rather than merely read about the Jordan River, participants experience it firsthand, rafting on the water and learning Biblical history as we go. The Land itself has so many spiritual lessons to learn when led by the Ruach Hakodesh. We developed a teaching ministry that, modeled after the example Yeshua set, has the Land of Israel itself play a crucial role in the world.

Jul. 24, 2014

“Should I buy medicine or food this month?” It is a question asked all too often by those in Israel inflicted with both sickness and poverty, and aid from Vision for Israel is their most desperate need. With sharply rising healthcare costs, more people need our help than ever before. The government pays for the medical expenses for the poorest 10% of the population, but those slightly above the cut-off are left in an unfortunate gap – not poor enough to be provided for, but too poor to provide for themselves.

May. 7, 2014

Believers across the world are thirsting for accurate news concerning Israel and the Middle East. The Jerusalem News Network offers an analysis of breaking Israeli news from a Biblical perspective. So much of the news coming out of the Middle East is plagued by sensationalism and bias against Israel. JNN serves as an anchor of truth for those desiring to understand what is happening on the ground in the Holy Land. As God is not the author of confusion, we endeavor to hear from the Lord in Jerusalem and pass on what is most important for prayer and reflection.