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Hebrew People Expeditions is a family focused ministry who arranges tours to Israel on the basis of relationships. Hebrew People Expeditions operate with a focus on hospitality and teaching the Scriptures at the sites from the Hebrew customs, culture and idioms it was written in.
Our Vision is to arrange tours to Israel for believers in Yeshua(Jesus) from the nations, focusing primarily on Southern Africa and Europe, so that you will leave Israel with a renewed mind regarding the culture, customs and idiom in which the scriptures were written. Our goal is to educate you concerning Jewish life and we hope that a love for Israel will be fostered within you while we build relationships with we you.
- Let us help you to take your own tour to Israel.
- No matter how big or how small, budget or utmost luxury!
- You tell us what you want and we put it all together.
- Now you can be in control of your destiny.
Our team of experts will
- Design your tour according to your needs and abilities.
- Source accommodation best suited for your group.
- Give expert recommendations on all aspects of travelling to Israel.
Kol Kallah is a media ministry distributing life changing material, which introduces and promotes Hebrew People and its diverse ministries.
The vision of Kol Kallah is to distribute the Word in media format by direct and indirect marketing to believers through the different activities of Hebrew People as well as independent distributing agents in order to minister to the people that they might be renewed in their minds concerning the scriptures and to network with them for future ministering activities.
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Kfar HaMishkan is primarily an exhibition, which is developed around the central narrative of “A Journey through Time”, a portrayal of how the faith, culture, customs and religious expression as well as the history of the covenant people as described in the Scriptures were shaped. The exhibition combines modern technology with the ancient events that shaped the history of all the nations. At the center of this is the nation of Israel and her relationship with God. The heart of this unfolding story is the Tabernacle, a structure for which God gave Moses clear instructions on exactly how it should be built. The Tabernacle of Moses embodies the concept of how “God wants to dwell with man”. The exhibition proclaims this rich history of a people who are once again coming together as a nation from a diversity of cultural differences to embrace the values of this unique faith of which Abraham is the father. The exhibition will be in Jerusalem, which has always been central to the expression of this faith.
Emunah Discipleship Journey takes teams of identified disciples and lead them through phases of healing, restoration and release in various locations worldwide. We utilize multiple different programs to affect lives to become assets in the kingdom of God.
HEALING – RESTORATION – RELEASE
Summer in Europe means much more than just warm weather and sunshine. Hebrew People’s annual Summer Camp promises an unforgettable time of fellowship, worship, teaching, discipleship and outdoor activities – all against the beautiful backdrop of Seelisberg, Switzerland.
Bring your family and friends for a week spent seeking after the heart of our Father and that which He wants to impart to us during these crucial days.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Seelisberg for a life-changing week.
SUMMER CAMP DETAILS
Date Saturday, 8 August to Saturday, 15 August 2015
Venue Seelisberg School Hall in Dorfstrasse
Theme The Worshipping Bride living from the presence of the Father
The Hebrew word for bride is “Kallah” and comes from the root word “kallal”. The word “kallal” means, “to complete”. If we want to be bride of the Messiah, this concept of completeness must find expression in us. We must become “complete” as a bride by growing into the image of the Father and also complete the mission of the Messiah and walk into the original creation intention of the Father for us.
We are invited to live from His presence and not just trying to enter His presence. We have been created to make decisions from the image of the Father that will result in manifesting His presence in our everyday life. However, there is also another facet. The ultimate expression of the love relationship between Yeshua and the bride is found in Songs of Solomon 7:10, “I am my Beloved’s and His desire is towards me”. The implication of this verse is that we as the bride, has to complete Yeshua as the Bridegroom in our relationship by sharing His ministry.
A Transformation Model for the Communities on the African Continent
The African Highway Network is an initiative of Hebrew People. Our own involvement in the African continent beyond the borders of South Africa began in Kenya. We started out with leadership development initiatives and assisting an orphans and vulnerable children programme at an organisation called Life Line Educational Center through financial support as well as ongoing education for the staff and other related organisations. We also implemented a primary healthcare programme at the school.
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It seems that the nations are prophetically prompted like never before to attend the biblical feast of Sukkot. This year a new dimension came into play. An article written by Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz under the caption “Hundreds of African Kings, … Continue reading →
In an historic visit to various African countries, the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, received an almost hero’s welcome by the heads of State in Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia. Multiple agreements of cooperation were signed and indications are that … Continue reading →
Yom Hazikaron or Day of Remembrance is a special day on the calendar for every Israeli and it should also be for every Jewish person living in the Diaspora. It is a day in which the brave fallen soldiers and … Continue reading →
I certainly do not want to be an alarmist, but it seems that 2016 will be an extremely difficult year for Israel. Since the stabbing and ramming attacks started in October 2015, the situation escalated to shooting attacks. It could … Continue reading →
While Israel is confronted with academic, trade and cultural boycotts, the innovative spirit of the Israeli people cannot be extinguished. The irony is that countries on the forefront of these boycott actions, are the ones who also benefit from the … Continue reading →
Since 1 October 2015, the people of Israel experienced a wave of attacks in the form of knife stabbings, car ramming and drive-by shootings. It was not expected and it caught many people off-guard. Many people asked the inevitable question … Continue reading →
Today, Sunday evening, 27 September 2015 marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, or better known as the Feast of Tabernacles. This year, Sukkot coincides with the much talked about and rare natural phenomenon – a combination of … Continue reading →
In line with Bible prophecy, aliyah (immigration) to Israel is on the increase. An expected 4,000 olim (immigrants) are expected from North America alone in 2015. On Tuesday, 18 August 2015, a planeload of 232 new Israeli citizens from North … Continue reading →
Legitimate protest in Israel is normal, like in any democratic country. But, the recent spike in ‘Price Tag’ violence is of great concern for the Israeli government. How should we interpret this phenomenon? To be able to understand the seemingly … Continue reading →
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Thanks to Zion Square Live Cam, you can now have a front-row seat to this microcosm of the hustle and bustle of everyday Israeli life. The webcam enables you to join in the many national celebrations hosted here, witness the events or simply soak up the atmosphere. Whether it is a modern day protest, street musicians entertaining with their talent, live outdoor concerts or soldiers dancing, the Zion Square Live Cam brings Jerusalem to you.