Merkel: All German synagogues, Jewish schools need police protection

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

German leader Angela Merkel said Monday that her country’s Jewish population needs constant police protection. Merkel addressed the current rise in anti-Semitism in her country, saying in a CNN interview that it has “always had a certain number of anti-Semites among us, unfortunately.” “There is to this day not a single synagogue, not a single daycare center … Read More

The Gaza Conundrum

Thursday, May 16, 2019

On May 14, 2018, at the exact moment that Israel was celebrating the opening of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, I sat across the desk from a senior Israeli official in Tel Aviv. He was in a foul mood. He looked as if he hadn’t slept much. He rubbed his eyes, scratched his stubble, … Read More

‘Eva Stories’ on Instagram gets millions of views

Friday, May 3, 2019

Eva Stories, the Instagram project designed to raise awareness of the Holocaust, is making serious waves online, and bringing attention to the tale of one young girl in Hungary in 1944. The project – an Instagram-stylized version of the story of the real-life Eva Heyman – went live on Wednesday, the eve of Israel’s Holocaust … Read More

Planting Seeds

Friday, February 9, 2018

Mark and Lisa Teubner sat at the restaurant table enjoying their meal and conversation. When they left home that day, Mark had proudly attached his CUFI unity pin to his shirt as he always did and then promptly moved on to thinking about other things. He and his wife could not have been more surprised … Read More

Stories of Hope and Resilience: The Mizrahi Project

Monday, September 25, 2017

For nearly 70 years, the stories of 850,000 Jewish refugees have not been told. Evicted from their homes in communities across the Middle East and North Africa where Jews had lived for over two millennia, these families lost everything. Their homes, their possessions, their ancestral heritage, and their religious artifacts – everything had to be … Read More

ISRAEL: High School Eyes Have It

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

by Pastor Lyndon Allen Flying thousands of feet in the air, Tel Aviv comes in sight. With us are twenty-four precious high school students buzzing with expectation for the Holy Land. Ranging in age from 16-17 years old, their eyes were bright with the future. Little did they know that many of those eyes would … Read More

OUR STUDENTS SPEAK: Why ISRAEL Matters to Young Christians

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Over 450 college students attended Student Advocacy Training at the Washington DC Summit. Looking across the room at the opening event, the ballroom was packed with passionate young faces. Amazingly, the dedicated students in this room represented only half of the 400 schools where CUFI on Campus has a presence. The students who came to DC … Read More

God wants to use you to be part of Israel’s story

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

At Christians United for Israel, we believe everyone has an important role to play in Israel’s story. Everyone has a sphere of influence they can use to defend Israel with the truth. Your voice has more power than you know. Pam and Larry Perry are an ordinary couple whom God has used to make a … Read More

From Jail to Jerusalem

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

All the best stories have a twist you couldn’t see coming. For Pastor Joey Steelman, CUFI’s Northern California Director, the first twist came when he found Jesus through a gym. Until then, his life was predictably headed in one clear direction – down. An angry and hurting young man, he was in and out of … Read More