“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.” —Matthew 5:6


Notable dates & events

February 6th is Israel’s arbor day this year: Tu B’Shevat, the 15th day of the Jewish month of Shevat, is the day that Israel celebrates trees! What does that look like and why do we do it? Tu B’Shevat 

February 14th is Valentine’s Day. Although not celebrated in Israel, it’s a great day to think about the true meaning of love. What is true love?

February 17th Famous Messianic Jewish pastor, Richard Wurmbrand, died on this date in 2001, aged 91 Have You Heard Of Wurmbrand? Let Me Tell You A Story…

He is well known for his books, many of which were written during his time in prison. Wurmbrand was arrested for his faith in Jesus on February 29th in 1948 during the Communist takeover of Romania. After 15 years of prison and torture, Wurmbrand started a new life in the West and told his remarkable stories. He also founded an organization to help persecuted believers. 

February 27th is the start of the new semester here at our Bible College. Please pray for our students! 

February is usually a very rainy month, but in Israel we see rain as a very great blessing! The Biblical Importance of Rain

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