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​After massacre of four rabbis and a police officer in a Jerusalem synagogue, 'Johnny-Come-Lately' Kerry now condemns violence. How novel. 

pastors' tour to israel

 

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esther 4:14

 

Our ministry’s umbrella project, Esther 4:14, urges Christians to no longer remain silent, to be like Esther “for such a time as this.”

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heart to heart

 

Heart to Heart was there when synagogue massacre victims needed 200 units of blood. Read more and then donate to Heart to Heart to provide life-saving blood.

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Bless Israel and you will be blessed. Support Jerry Clark Ministries, its voice for Israel, and its support of on-the-ground projects in Israel. 

         

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jewish roots

 

Kristallnacht, also known as "The Night of Broken Glass" (Kristallnacht in German means "Crystal Night"), is observed on the night of Nov. 9 and the day of Nov. 10.

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You can make a difference in Israel by praying, visiting the Holy Land, studying the Bible, supporting humanitarian projects endorsed by Jerry Clark Ministries.

       

TWO PALESTINIANS MASSACRE FOUR RABBIS, OFFICER IN SYNAGOGUE

Read more in YOU NEED TO KNOW , OUR VOICEAND CALL TO PRAYER

To 'donate' life-saving blood, read more in HEART TO HEART  



CALL TO PRAYER

 

Join Jerry Clark Ministries in fervent prayer for the families of the victims of the Jerusalem synagogue massacre and the complete recovery of Jewish rights activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick.        

you need to know

 

Two Palestinian cousins armed with meat cleavers, knives and a gun stormed a Jerusalem synagogue complex in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of West Jerusalem during morning prayers Nov. 18, killing four rabbis and a police officer.