The Friends of Israel Today
This program is a rebroadcast from July 8, 2017. We’re starting a two-part series this week entitled, “Pictures of Christ from the Psalms” which highlights different characteristics of the Messiah in the Psalms.
The gospel changes lives. Paul called it “the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first and also for the Greek.” If you’ve accepted Jesus as your Savior, you know how powerful the gospel has been in your own life.
While everyone’s talking about Israel, not many people have a factual perspective on the nation. Since they don’t live in Israel, they don’t understand its politics and culture. But this week’s guest is here to help explain these things!
Israel is all over the news, and you’re probably hearing many different things about what’s going on in the Jewish nation. When so much of the news is biased or conflicting, it’s hard to know what to trust. But we’ve got a clear answer for you!
Our world is broken. God designed it in perfection, but sin has made our universe an evil place to live. But God won’t leave the earth like this. He has plans to restore it and eliminate the evils of the world. In Revelation 17 and 18,
This week’s topic is not for the faint of heart: We’re studying the end of the world over the next two weeks! But we’re not talking about the destruction of the physical earth. Over the next two weeks, Chris walks us through Revelation 17 and 18 with a...
When you think of the most poverty-stricken areas of the world, Eastern Europe might not be the first place to come to mind. Yet it’s in these nations that Jewish people struggle and suffer the effects of the Holocaust and communism decades after they ...
This week we’re introducing you to Joseph Gitler, the founder and chairman of Leket Israel, the national food bank of Israel. Joseph has won all kinds of awards and received many accolades. He’s even been named one of the 50 most influential Jewish peo...
To conclude our series on the kings of Israel, we want to introduce you to a king that often doesn’t get talked about but plays a major role in the story of Jesus. Without this king, the line of David would have ended,
After studying three of Judah’s most faithful kings, we’re analyzing Manasseh, a wicked king who led God’s people into evil. Though he reigned longer than any other king in the split Kingdoms of Judah and Israel,