What must it be like to follow Jesus in the Holy Land? It seems paradoxical that in the land where the Messiah walked, it can sometimes be very difficult to be known as a follower of Jesus. Join us for a fascinating discussion with believers in Israel. Hear from people of completely different backgrounds as they share their stories of walking with the Lord.
When our guest’s son was sentenced to life in prison without parole, she was consumed with grief, sadness, and despair. She was distraught wondering why God permitted this to happen. She had prayed for her son since he was a small child. He had been raised with biblical principles and daily prayer. As she tried to make sense of everything, she couldn’t help asking, Where’s God when it hurts so much? Join us as we discover that the best way to “listen” to His voice is to meditate on Scripture and press into His unconditional love to gain renewed hope and fresh faith.
Pastor Steven is the Vice President of Holy Land Missions. Which has been reaching out to the lost in Israel for the past 30yrs. Today, Six locations around the country are actively preaching the Gospel to a hurting nation, including Calvary Church in Jerusalem and First Baptist in Bethlehem.
Pastor Steven has attended Bible College in Springfield MO, and received his Bachelor of Science in Pastoral Ministry and Theology. He is an affiliate with the BBFI, the National Christian Foundation, and the Voice of the Martyrs Organization. He is the youngest ordained Israeli Arab pastor in Israel and the surrounding Arab countries.
Pastor Steven has recently published, “Diplomatic Christianity” and has been discussed in several books and interview by organizations such as CBN and ICEJ. He currently writes religious articles for Al-Quds, the largest Arabic newspaper in the Holy Land.
Chris Mitchell has served as the Middle East Bureau Chief for CBN News since August 2000; living and working Jerusalem since that time. He is the host of Jerusalem Dateline and is also a regular contributor to Christian World News.
Sandy Shoshani and her husband Oded lead the thriving Hebrew speaking congregation at King of Kings. Their dynamic children and youth ministries are ever growing. Powerful worship, prayer, Bible teaching, and small groups provide a nurturing environment for local believers. The Shoshanis, with their wonderful family of seven, are involved in many facets of ministry, including media, international outreach, pro-life ministries, discipleship, counseling and more.
Carol Kent is a bestselling author and a popular public speaker best known for being dynamic, humorous, encouraging, and biblical. She is a former radio show cohost whose messages have been featured on Focus on the Family. She has been a keynote speaker at Women of Faith, Time Out for Women, and Heritage Keepers arena events, as well as a presenter at The Praise Gathering for Believers and Vision New England's Congress. In addition, she has also been featured at many of the Extraordinary Women and Women of Joy arena events.
She is the president of Speak Up Speaker Services, a Christian speakers' bureau, and the founder and director of the Speak Up Conference, a ministry committed to helping Christians develop their speaking, writing, and leadership skills. She and her husband, Gene, have founded the nonprofit organization, Speak Up for Hope, which benefits inmates and their families.
In the Market with Janet Parshall, challenges listeners to examine major news stories and issues being debated in the marketplace of ideas and speaks to them with the Word of God. In this fast-paced, caller-driven program, Janet evaluates newsworthy topics with guests and listeners using the Bible as a framework for discussion. This daily program addresses relevant issues important to Christians, with an engaging mix of listener interaction and commentary from highly respected guests.