Connecting for the Cause
Are you wanting to support Israel but not quite sure how?
This e-book can help you start something TODAY!
When the media tells less than the truth about the Middle East … when angry voices condemn Israel for alleged crimes … when hostilities are rising but friends stay quiet … even then we can turn things around. In a BIG WAY!
Yes – I’m talking about you and me!
Because with the secrets inside Friending Israel any one of us can make a huge difference. Access this information HERE: Friending Israel 1.13
According to this e-book we have what it takes to to:
* MAKE UP FOR WHAT’S MISSING
* START A RIPPLE EFFECT
* STAND IN THE GAP
* CHANGE HOW OTHERS LOOK AT ISRAEL
These 7 short chapters are downloadable for FREE. And they might change the future.
For Zion’s sake, click the link below to get your e-book now.
And for goodness sake — please don’t keep it to yourself.
CLICK FOR FREE DOWNLOAD: Friending Israel 1.13
PS DON’T FORGET TO PAY IT FORWARD —
If we all forward this information to 3 other people, we could change the world!
For Israel’s sake, this is one powerful move you can make — and that could have far-reaching results.
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem – ICEJ for short – is one ministry getting out there and setting the record straight as far as Israel is concerned. Telling the truth – which can be a rare commodity these days! ICEJ presents history the way it really happened and Scripture the way it’s really written … on this most critical political issue of our day.
And because of that, YOU have an opportunity now to make sure the ones you care about hear the a pro-Israel message for a change — whether it’s your synagogue /church, social club, university, school, community forum … or any other gathering.
To find out more about making a difference, just click here – and find out how to contact an ICEJ rep near you:
Many of our readers are new here, so this seems like a great time to remind readers about 3 IMPORTANT THINGS:
That this blog is a collection of action ideas anyone – anywhere – can use for friending Israel (that’s Facebook-speak), fighting against unprecedented global ignorance and telling the truth about the nation most discriminated against today.
That EVERYONE reading this blog is personally invited to join this team, help himself or herself to whatever they find here, share their own action inspiration with the rest of us and give us their feedback. The goal is for all of us to become more effective at doing what any decent friend would do — intervening when we see another friend taking a beating.
That there are PAGES AND PAGES full of action items already posted here (see index in sidebar). So for newer readers or those who’ve been here a while, this blog is your chance to “window shop” by scrolling scroll down / clicking pages until you’ve got some ideas you want to get started on.
SO PLEASE – make yourself right at home and feel free to take whatever you can find. We’re all in this together and we’re happy you’re here. Oh — and hey! We look forward to hearing your thoughts when you COMMENT on any of the posts!
Take a look at this! Now here’s something we can do to make it a better day for at least one soldier. Coming to you from Israel Today, the blurb below says it all.
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Still on the theme of “Friending Israel” and MORE ways you and I can make huge impact right from where we are, here’s another idea.
This time it’s a Youtube clip of Canada’s prime minister, Stephen Harper, who’s standing up for Israel, and for you and me, this makes it so easy.
Once you open the link you can copy and paste it into a the body of an email / into Facebook / as a post on Twitter / as a pin on Pinterest, or wherever you like.
Most people like knowing they have friends – at least I know I do – so just call it a random act of kindness and do it. I’ll bet it doesn’t even take five minutes! And your Jewish friends will love you for itt – especially in today’s world.
And seriously, how hard is it to forward or post something?
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach can be seen here in this clip, telling a church congregation who Israel’s friends have been for the last 2 decades.
And one good way for you and me to “Friend Israel” might be to send this same message out to someone else who might need encouragement, might want to know who their friends are these days.
Preach it, Rabbi!
If you use Twitter to get those quick updates, why not add one or a few different “tweeters” that will give you up to the minute news on what’s going on in Israel?
Just by adding
@IDFSpokesperson to your account, for instance, you’d be able to get tweets from the Israel Defense Force … just like this one I saw yesterday:
Month of April saw 70
#terror attacks, including 3 soldiers stabbed & 8 rockets falling on southern #Israel http://ow.ly/aJ5Xo
And, on the positive side, you’d see tweets like the one today:
#IDF works with Palestinian Authority on environmental projects in Judea & Samaria http://ow.ly/aJTL2
… And you could decide what to do with the information, whether it’s something you want to pass on to your friends and family. RETWEETING is the easiest thing ever – and just like that, your friends and followers can read the words you just read.
Want to be part of a growing army of people who don’t mind confusing the issue — with facts?