A true lasting peace plan for the Middle East:
His name is YESHUA!
As believers we all pray and anxiously await revival, and with so many scriptures and promises of revival we oftentimes miss one major key – UNITY. However it is easier to speak about unity among those who are just like us. How about when that unity involves other nations, cultures, backgrounds, walks of life… how about when we speak about unity between Jews and Arabs – two people that the world knows are sworn enemies?
Part of our vision is to build a powerful bridge of reconciliation is to connect Jewish and Arab believers in Yeshua.
Every year during this very special reconciliation conference Israeli believers and Arab believers from the Middle East come together to pray together and for one another, to worship Yeshua as brothers, to bring reconciliation and to show there is only one lasting peace plan, it is called; YESHUA!
I got to spend my birthday at this wonderful conference, and I couldn’t have asked for a more valuable gift than to be with my brothers in Yeshua.
Here are a few of them:
Getting to attend this conference every year has brought some amazing people into my life, dearest brothers in Christ who serve Him under very severe circumstances in countries where they face death every day for their faith in Yeshua.
We get to see our dear brothers from all over the Middle East and North Africa, many of them are former muslims whom Yeshua found on their own “Damascus Road’, much like He did with Paul. They are passionate, devoted pastors and followers of Yeshua who seek to reach as many as they can in their countries, fighting incredibly difficult battles and facing tremendous hardships, resistance and persecutions daily.
That is precisely why we draw so much inspiration from them when we get to see their courage and hear their amazing stories. The testimonies we get to hear are so powerful and encouraging, nothing that we would ever hear in any news media.
Just listen to the powerful words of our dearest friend, Pastor Ismail:
Also, getting to share with them what God is doing in Israel gives them such hope, to know they are not alone in their difficult journey and walk of faith, that they have brothers and sisters among the Jewish people who share their faith.
That kind of unity that is cultivated during this amazing conference in Turkey is the catalyst for revival in the Middle East.