The United States Embassy officially relocated to Jerusalem on May 14, 2018,
to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the Israeli Declaration of Independence.
Listening to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
in the Knesset in 2017..
When Christian evangelicals travel to another country to meet with heads of state, we are not representing the United States or the U.S. President or any governmental agency or any country. We are representing our Lord and the Word of God.
How did this “faith diplomacy” begin? A group of Jewish leaders traveled to a country and met with the top governmental leaders. They realized the impact they had and thought, “If we are Jews – who are small in number – can have an impact, then how much more impact would the Christian evangelicals have if they were to involve themselves in ‘faith diplomacy.'” One of the Jewish leaders shared that with an evangelical leader and “faith diplomacy” was born.
At the event below, many evangelicals spoke on behalf of standing with Israel at a wonderful event overlooking the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, at “Aish Ha Torah” which means “the fire of (God’s) law.”
Pictured here are: Apostle, Pastor (and attorney) Mario Bramnick, from Florida, and Founder of the Latino Coalition for Israel, and Apostle Ramiro A. Pena ( Waco, TX), and Dr. Jim Garlow of Well Versed.