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Barry & Batya Segal
Christian Friends of Israel (CFI)
David Dolan
International Christian Embassy of Jerusalem
(ICEJ)
Through the Bible with Les Feldick

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Christian Friends of Israel
 
web: Christian Friends of Israel - Homepage
email: cfi@cfijerusalem.org 

The dual purpose of the Ministry is to teach the Church in the nations through God’s Word concerning Israel, and to reach out to the Jewish people with Christian love through various outreach projects in Israel.

Christian Friends of Israel (CFI) was established in 1985 when a group of Christian leaders from England, France and the United States came together in Israel. Ray and Sharon Sanders were given the challenge of developing a new ministry. Under their leadership, the ministry of CFI has been mightily blessed in every area of service and outreach.

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International Christian Embassy Jerusalem
PO Box 1192
Jerusalem 91010
Israel
Telephone: +972-2-539-9700
Fax: +972-2-566-9970


email: icej@icej.org
web: http://www.icej.org/    

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The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) was founded in 1980 as a worldwide, non-profit ministry with a prophetic calling to be a source of comfort to Israel and the Jewish people. The Bible is clear about the attitude Christians should have towards the Jews. Genesis 12:3 says we should "bless them." Isaiah 40:1 commands us to "comfort them." Psalm 122:6 says we should "pray for the peace of Jerusalem." Romans 11:31 tells us to "show them mercy."

Isaiah 40:1-2 states, “Comfort, comfort my people, says your God. Speak tenderly to Jerusalem, and proclaim to her that her hard service has been completed, that her sin has been paid for, that she has received from the Lord’s hand double for all her sins.”

In the fall of every year, ICEJ celebrates The Feast of Tabernacles by holding a week long seminar.  Combined with outstanding world-wide speakers are oftentimes such outstanding Political figures as the Prime Minister or Mayor of Jerusalem.

My first experience with Israel was in 1980 on a tour to the Feast and it has forever changed my life!  I highly recommend that everyone that is able, should celebrate the Feast with ICEJ this fall. 

Barry and Batya Segal



Barry and Batya Segal

Vision For Israel: web- Vision for Israel - The Joseph Storehouse
Remnant of Israel web- http://www.barrysegal.com/

Email for both- info@visionforisrael.com


David Dolan


email: dolan@netvision.net.il
web: http://www.ddolan.com/   

David Dolan

About David Dolan
Broadcast Journalist, Popular Speaker, Author

DAVID DOLAN is a Jerusalem-based author and journalist.  Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, he has lived in Israel since 1980.

Dolan became a regular reporter for the CBS radio network in early 1988, soon after the first Palestinian uprising broke out. He also covered the massive immigration of Soviet Jews to Israel, the 1991 Gulf War, and many other stories during the 1990's, along with the new Palestinian attrition war that began in September 2000. He is currently reporting once again for the Moody radio network, and via videophone for the American LeSea television network, which now operates METV. 

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with Les Feldick

Les Feldick Ministries, 30706 W. Lona Valley Rd.
Kinta, OK 74552


Phone: 1-800-369-7856 or (918) 768-3218
http://www.lesfeldick.org/       

"Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." - II Timothy, Chapter 2, Verse 15

Les Feldick is an Oklahoma rancher and has enjoyed that lifestyle for many years.

What Les really likes is teaching the Bible. He has been teaching home-style Bible classes for over 30 years. His teaching is non-denominational, and his students come from diverse denominations and backgrounds. It was through one of these classes that a student helped open the door for his "Through the Bible" television program.

Les Feldick has 70 + books on-line, along with the Real Audio recordings.