A series of three seminars delivered at the 2014 Feast of Tabernacles by leading Pastors who report on the amazing things happening in the body of believers in Israel today and give perspective for the hope of both Jews and Arabs as the Holy Spirit continues to work to fulfill God's plan for the region.
Avi Mizrachi – Avi Mizrachi was born in Tel Aviv to a Jewish family. After serving in the Israeli Air Force, he traveled to United States in 1984 where he met Yeshua as his Savior and Lord. Avi later attended Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas. In 1987, Avi and his wife Chaya returned to Israel to serve the Kingdom and together they established Dugit Centre in 1993 as a place to reach Israelis with the Gospel and to disciple them. In 1996, Avi and Chaya began Adonai Roi (The Lord is my Shepherd), Messianic Jewish Congregation, with a few people meeting together in a private home. The congregation, with a few people meeting together in a private home. The congregation has since grown into a vibrant community.
Naim Khoury – Dr. Naim holds three doctorate degrees in Old Testament, Bible Philosophy, and Doctorate of Divinity. He founded some of the largest Arab evangelical churches in Israel and the Palestinian areas. His passionate stand to preach the Word of God to his own Arab people, while also sharing his love for the Jewish people, has often put him in dangerous situations.
Steven Khoury – Rev. Steven Khoury is an author, gifted speaker, TV personality and religious writer for Al-Quds- the largest Arab newspaper in the Holy Land. He holds a degree in pastoral ministry and a Masters in theology.
Daniel Yahav – Daniel Yahav has served for the past 18 years as pastor of the Peniel Fellowship in Tiberias. Daniel was born in Jaffa in 1959 and grew up in a traditional Jewish home. He is the son of a Holocaust survivor and, at age 15, he came to faith in Yeshua. Starting as a production worker in Galtronics LTD- a local manufacturing firm established by Christian believers, he was promoted in 1985 to become the director general manager of the firm, which grew to be the world’s largest manufacturer of cellular portable antennas. Daniel and his wife Shirya have seven children and three grandchildren.