March 13, 2021

Atlanta Israel Coalition hosts series of virtual Israel tours

The Atlanta Israel Coalition, in partnership with the Consulate General of Israel to the Southeastern U.S., the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Herut and the Evans Family Foundation, presents Re-Discovering the Land of Israel, a series of five virtual tours […]
November 1, 2019

11 biblical experiences in Israel you’ll never forget

A visitor at the living history museum Nazareth Village. By Jessica Halfin ( — You’re in the Holy Land and you want to experience it through the eyes of your ancestors. In Israel, modern as it may be, you can […]
October 23, 2019

Archaeologists Think Newly-Uncovered Jerusalem “Pilgrimage Road” Was Built By Pontius Pilate

(JNS) — Archaeologists now believe that Jerusalem’s “Pilgrimage Road” was built by none other than Pontius Pilate, the infamous Roman governor of Judea. The ancient road in the City of David, which was preserved under the ashes of the Roman sack […]
July 17, 2019

For Neil Armstrong, his most significant steps were taken in Jerusalem

Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons By Jonathan Feldstein 50 years ago this week, Neil Armstrong uttered what remains one of the most iconic statements relevant to all of humanity except for the Bible. “That’s one small step for man, one giant […]
July 10, 2019

CUFI Summit: Jerusalem Pilgrimage Road Should be American Heritage Site

The Pilgrimage Road from the Shiloam Pool to the Temple Mount, used by Jewish worshipers in the late Second Temple period, was excavated over the course of six years and unveiled by the City of David organization on June 30. […]
March 28, 2019

Temple Mount comes alive in new exhibit in Jerusalem

The Temple Mount. Photo by Judy Lash Balint. By Judy Lash Balint (March 28, 2019 / JNS) A few years ago, The New York Times called the Temple Mount “the world’s most contested piece of real estate.” This week, a […]
October 29, 2018

New Orleans artist enhances Hebrew words by using the ancient alphabet

“Love” by Marla Jean Clinesmith Years after Marla Jean Clinesmith left the studio art world to work full-time in ministry, it was ancient Hebrew that brought her back to art, combining both of her worlds. Clinesmith is the artist behind […]
July 11, 2018

Finding Friendship in Interfaith Trip to Israel, Jordan

by Barry DeLozier In 25 years of marriage, my wife, Cathy, has rarely asked for anything significant. So, in late 2016, when she told me she wanted to travel to Israel with two Bunko girlfriends and their spouses, how could […]