April 2014 Newsletter (5774:8)
Long before there was an International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Israel had set aside a day of national observance.
Micha Cohen gave a praise report that began with what could have been a disappointing situation. Explore his story in this month’s “So What?” and maybe it will help you view disappointments that come your way differently.
Mark you calendar for Passover, find out more about the holiday and whether or not you can join us for a celebration!
All our missionaries are touring the country this month, presenting “Christ in the Passover.” Here are three reasons why it’s so important to us, and we hope, to you!
This bonus article from our European director may be controversial, but it could also shed light on a very disturbing topic
Son of SS officer shares platform with son of Holocaust survivor
Stewart Weinisch tells the amazing salvation story of a Holocaust survivor who escaped the Warsaw ghetto.
Read about our adventures in Chicago, Tel Aviv, San Francisco and Sydney! Also, our online bonus bits reveal who called whom a “religious nut-job” and how a smoker’s cough prompted a gospel conversation!
One of the most disturbing questions gnawing at the edges of Jewish consciousness is “where was God when the six million died?” David Brickner gives a straightforward perspective on a subject many Christians avoid.