Bible translator Mary Jane Gardner lived among the Ife people for 20 years in the Togolese Republic, but when asked to describe herself, she said that she was just an ordinary Christian.
Gardner, 55, who was killed in last week’s bomb attack near the Jerusalem Central Bus Station, had spoken publicly of her work before arriving in Israel in January to spend half a year studying biblical Hebrew and geography.
Yeshua is God’s Plant (Tzemach): Seed, Root, Trunk, Stalk, Branch, Fruit, Flower
Israelis have been following the story of Shirley Marder. After taking a normal dose of Nurofen, a common painkiller, Marder sustained severe liver damage. We live in a generation that cannot bear even the slightest bit of pain. But do we also take the time to think about the reason for the headache? Are we willing to look at the emotional stress or relationship problems that might be at the root of our head pain?
ללחוץ על הלינק על מנת לצפות בווידאו
The following video was broadcasted on Israel's Channel 1 prime time documentary program on March 30, 2011 in a segment called "The Jewish Big Brother". It portrays the Messianic Jews in a positive light and exposes the tactics of the Anti-Messianic group called Yad L’Achim. The Jerusalem Institute of Justice was instrumental in putting together this program. Additionally, thanks to Maoz Israel for putting the English sub-titles on the video.
Goldstone says report would be different if Israel had cooperated in probe, slams Hamas for intentionally targeting Israeli citizens; IDF says Goldstone should go ‘country to country’ to correct the damage.
Saving life after massacre: IDF troops, paramedics save life of Palestinian woman giving birth in settlement where Fogel relatives sitting Shiva. Soldier: It felt amazing to hold girl in my arms, know we did something good.
After massacre, settlers help bring new life into world: IDF forces and local paramedics helped save the life of a Palestinian woman and her newly born infant Wednesday, at the settlement where Fogel relatives are sitting Shiva for the five Israelis brutally murdered last week.
Do you sometimes wonder “God, why did you make me the way I am?” Maybe you wish you looked differently, or were able to do things you see others doing? Do your circumstances sometimes seem, well, just more difficult for you than for others? Is it hard for you to accept your “Lot” in life?
Since the beginning of the tragic events in Japan, I have been receiving a number of letters from people saying that God allowed this tragedy because of a negative statement made by the Japanese government last year about Israeli settlers in Judea and Samaria. And it really bothers me. It reminds me of some rabbis in Israel when they claim that there was another terror attack because not enough people kept the Sabbath, or that Israeli soldiers are killed in battle because they didn’t eat kosher food.
It is being reported among many sources within the Messsianic Community in Israel that the one woman killed in the bombing yesterday (March 23, 2011) in Jerusalem was a believer from abroad who was studying Hebrew in Israel. She had been working for many years translating the Bible for a tribe in western Africa. The name of the woman cannot be released at this time.
With Purim just past, and as we were studying from the book of Genesis, it dawned on me that Haman is our (Jewish people’s) distant relative! How can that be?!, you may be saying.
Bag explodes next to bus stop near Central Bus Station; blast shatters lengthy period of relative quiet; Barkat: Marathon to be run as planned.
A woman was killed and 39 people were wounded on Wednesday afternoon when a bag exploded next to a bus stop across the street from the Jerusalem International Convention Center (Binyanei Ha’uma), near the capital’s western entrance.
It was the first serious terrorist bombing in the city since 2004, and for many residents it brought back terrible memories of the second intifada.
Eight mortar shells hit western Negev between the two attacks on Be'er Sheva, and within hours of another strike on Ashdod; on Israeli lightly wounded, at least eight Palestinians killed over course of Tuesday.
Tensions continued along Israel's border with the Gaza Strip on Wednesday morning, as Gaza militants fired two Grad-type Katyusha rocket at the southern city of Be'er Sheva and a barrage of mortar shells on the western Negev.
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