This week we return to a very noisy street in Jerusalem to the office of a pro-life organisation called Be’ad Chaim to meet the director, Sandi Sos
This week we’re in a very noisy street in Jerusalem in the offices of a pro-life organisation called Be’ad Chaim talking to the director Sandi Sosh
Joe & Debbie Finklestein are Jewish – born and raised in the United States.
Come with me to Beer Sheva situated in the desert in southern Israel.
I’m in Jerusalem talking to a Christian from Switzerland who has been working here for several years amongst both Arab and Jewish people.
More recently, he and others from his community have pioneered a work in Lebanon to help the Syrian refugees. As with so many others I have interviewed for this programme, a prophecy in Isaiah 19, that refers to there being a highway between Egypt and Assyria with Israel being a blessing in the nations, has been a recurring theme.For security reasons, my guest remains anonymous. Listen now as he brings us the story of his recent experiences in Lebanon.
My guest today is Jonathan Miles, founder of a charity called Shevet Achim which for over 20 years has brought children with congenital heart disea
Today I’m in BeerSheva in southern Israel talking to Howard Bass – a Messianic Jewish pastor. As I travel around the Middle East recording this programme, I often hear believers talking about a prophecy in Isaiah chapter 19 that talks about there being a highway between Egypt and Assyria via Israel … and how Israel will become a blessing on the earth.
I asked Howard to explain more …
Today I’m in BeerSheva in southern Israel talking to a Jewish believer called Howard Bass. He and his wife came to live in Israel in 1981 … I asked him why.
My guest today is Labib Madanat who travels the world in his capacity as Middle East Director of the Bible Society. Labib comes from a Jordanian family. He has lived in Jerusalem which is where we met to record this interview. He understands the Muslim mindset and is deeply distressed by the war that is going on within the house of Islam. He told me how, in his experience, many Muslims are very open to hear about Jesus. So I asked him, how does he go about sharing his faith?
My guest today is a Jordanian Christian called Labib Madanat. He directs the work of the Bible Society in the Middle East, is well travelled and has a deep understanding of what goes on there. He lived in Jerusalem for many years which is where I met him recently, in a rather noisy hotel lobby as you will hear. He had just driven from Jordan having crossed into Israel at the Allanby Bridge. He started by describing his sorrow at the increased level of violence on the streets of Jerusalem by his own Arab/Palestinian people against Jewish people.