CUFI’s impact on Israel’s story is making Israel stronger and her people safer. Each of our dynamic and intentional initiatives is aimed at accomplishing our mission: educating and empowering millions of Christians to stand with Israel and the Jewish people in churches, classrooms, and communities across the United States. From high school and college students to millennials in positions of influence, see how your donations and support enable CUFI to make a tangible difference.

CUFI on Campus provides students with the skills, resources, and knowledge to support Israel. Our training and mentorship gives students the confidence to defend their beliefs in the face of overwhelming opposition.

Learn about the next generation of pro-Israel leaders

The Israel Collective brings Christian leaders to Israel to experience a personal encounter with the people and the land. The IC also produces films that highlight human interest stories revealing the heart of the Israeli people.

Explore The Israel Collective

Hosted by Erick Stakelbeck, reporting from Israel and Washington, DC, the program provides insight and interviews with top US and Israeli experts and showcases the work CUFI does to strengthen the US-Israel relationship.

View CUFI’s Hit Show The Watchman

As anti-Semitism rears its ugly head, we will not stand idly by. The film “Never Again?” seeks to educate a new generation about the history and horrors of anti-Semitism.

Learn more about this feature length documentary film

CUFI’s Pastor Leadership Tours to Israel transform pastors from spiritual pilgrims into passionate Zionists. These pastors are profoundly changed by their experiences in Israel. Some come to Israel with negative preconceptions.

Hear Pastors’ CUFI Israel experiences

Daughters For Zion Prayer Network organizes groups in America to pray for the peace of Jerusalem, the well-being of the State of Israel, the growth and development of CUFI, and other prayer efforts in every city across the United States.

Pray For Israel

Telling the story of more than 850,000 Jewish refugees expelled from North Africa and the Middle East. The Mizrahi Project is a series of short films that features a member of the Mizrahi Jewish community, telling that story to the world.

Learn the Stories Of Jewish Refugees