Over 45 years now the Rawlings have committed their lives to helping the nation of Israel. This 15 minute clip takes you into many avenues that the the Rawlings Family have walked over almost 5 decades. See clips from the 3 films that they are working on at present.
- Children saved from Brothels
- Saving Refugees
- The History of the Founders of the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem.
Shalom Dear Friends,
This brief but well researched message is a MUST SEE for all friends of Israel, the United States of America and of the entire FREE WORLD.
Blessings from Jerusalem.
Jay and Meridel
This is a speech given at CUFI 2015 by Dennis Prager~it is an amazing speech for Jews and Christians alike to hear…
A true story, not known by many . . The only planes Israel had when the War of Independence (May 1948) began were smuggled in from Czech republic.
They were German Messerschmitt BF-109’s. They were assembled overnight in Tel Aviv and were never flight tested.
This is a short video about their pilots. Watch it. You will not be disappointed.
Jay and Meridel Rawlings at the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem 35th Anniversary.
Jul 26, 2015, 05:00PM | Jewish Business News
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced plans for an expanded and modernized free trade agreement with Israel.
According to the announcement, the updated Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement (CIFTA) will provide “expanded market access opportunities for agricultural, fish and seafood products through the reduction or elimination of Israeli tariffs on a large number of products, and duty-free access under tariff rate quotas for certain products.”
by J. P. Golbert
July 15, 2015 at 5:00 am
Jews have been called the “canary in the coal mine.” Miners used to take canaries into the mines with them because the canary would die from coal gas escaping into the mineshaft before the level of gas could kill the men or become explosive. When the canary stops singing, it is a warning to the men to get out of the mine. How is that an apt metaphor for the Jews? Underlying the metaphor is the realization that what happens to the Jews will befall everyone. Why should that be so? This is the subject of this essay.