Special Reports

The ICEJ is overseen by a Board of Trustees that reflects our ministry's global reach. In May, the ICEJ's governing Association approved the following Board members.

Ingolf Ellßel – Chairman
Rev. Ingolf Ellßel hails from...
In May, the ICEJ's annual Global Leadership Conference included a visit to Yad Vashem to celebrate ten years of partnership between the Christian Embassy and the revered Holocaust memorial and museum. The special tour was hosted by Avner Shalev...
In May, the ICEJ's annual Global Leadership Conference concluded just in time for our national directors and representatives from around the world to take part in the Empowered21 movement's Global Council gathering in Jerusalem. The event...
The generation of Holocaust survivors in Israel is aging and slowly shrinking in number, but there is no end to the line of needy survivors looking for a place to stay like the ICEJ's Home for Holocaust survivors in Haifa. The newest resident at...
Restoring worship at a church in eastern Jerusalem
The Arab Christian community in eastern Jerusalem is a small minority of a minority, as it consists of only 5% of the Arab population in the city. Yet the churches there try to remain strong amid...
God has sent the ICEJ out from Jerusalem and into the nations to proclaim His word, which says: “Hear the word of the Lord, O nations, and declare it in the isles afar off, and say, ‘He who scattered Israel will gather him, and keep him...
USA Branch hosts summer conference

The ICEJ-USA branch hosted its annual national leadership meetings in early June, followed by a weekend conference open to the public and entitled "Israel: Hope in Crisis". The meetings were held close...
ICEJ congratulates record-setting national director
The ICEJ family congratulates ICEJ-Slovenia national director Marcos Tavares for his recent accomplishments not only in the pulpit but also on the football pitch. Besides pastoring a church and...
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem is approaching 35 years since our founding in September 1980 at the first Christian celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles. In that time, there have been hundreds of volunteers arriving in Jerusalem to...
The Druze are often viewed as a very closed-off society, but here at the Christian Embassy we have always found the Israeli Druze community to be one of the most hospitable and open people in the region. During a recent visit by an ICEJ leadership...

 

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