Christians in South Sudan
New book 'The Next Jihad' to expose Christian genocide in Africa

Based on multifaith leaders’ on-the-ground experience, 'The Next Jihad' warns us about the largely ignored threat of terrorists seeking to wipe out Christians in Africa.

US President Donald Trump addresses Evangelical supporters in Miami in January.
70% of Jewish Americans support Joe Biden - new poll

White Christians still favor Trump over Biden, but support has dropped, a new Pew poll shows.

Christians at the annual Jerusalem March on Thurday, September 27th, 2018.
Virtual pilgrimage to Jerusalem, global prayer session takes place today

Participants can share written prayers that will be placed in the cracks of the Western Wall.

Pandemic prompts drive-through pet blessing in Philippines

From a safe distance inside their owners' cars, cats, dogs, and birds were sprinkled with holy water by a Catholic priest in Manila, as the nation's coronavirus cases continued to surge.

Rev. Paula White tops new list of Israel’s ‘Top 50 Christian Allies’

White is the advisor to the White House on Faith & Opportunity Initiatives.

Feast of Tabernacles celebrations move online due to coronavirus

The embassy will also be celebrating its 40th anniversary at the event. This will be the first time in four decades the feast was unable to be held in Israel.

Following the coronavirus lockdown, countries are implementing an exit strategy
Int'l Fellowship of Christians and Jews lends aid to Israeli families

Emergency grants totaling $383,000 will be made available for restaurants nationwide to assist with food packages for seniors.

A Leket Israel volunteer delivers food to a housebound woman.
Portuguese Jewish community donates money to Israeli food rescue org

The donation was given on Wednesday by Dias Ben Zion, president of the Jewish community in Porto, to Leket Israel.

MK Sharren Haskel receives award in the Knesset.
MK Sharren Haskel wins prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award

"As long as she is here, the communities in Judea and Samaria are safe" – KCAC director Josh Reinstein.

'The Convert' - A conversion into the unknown

Though The Convert is far from a happy story, it is refreshing to read a new novel about European Jewish life outside of the context of the Holocaust, and this refugee tale still resonates strongly.

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