ICEJ Envision 2023 annual conference featured a rich mix of teachings, lectures and excursions
Access to online content and VOD sessions is extended through Feb. 28
For the first time in three years, Christian pastors and leaders gathered in person in Israel for the annual ICEJ Envision Pastors and Leaders Conference earlier this month.
The four-day gathering, hosted by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, was held from Jan. 30 to Feb. 2 and drew some 100 delegates from 25 countries, with another 130 joining virtually online.
Prominent Christian and Jewish speakers from Israel and abroad provided rich biblical teachings and educational briefings on current events, in addition to leading excursions to key Holy Land sites.
Envision 2023 participants learned about the resilience and ingenuity of modern Israel, as well as many biblical and prophetic truths on the Church’s role in relation to the Jewish state and people, with an emphasis on building greater unity. The common theme throughout several of the messages was that the Lord was bringing Jewish and Gentile believers into unity and reconciliation through Christ.
Due to the popularity of this year’s content, the ICEJ has extended access to all of the online content until Feb. 28.
All Envision 2023 messages are now available as video-on-demand sessions. Click here to register for access and find out more about the conference.
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) represents Christians around the world who stand with Israel and the Jewish people based on principles and promises found in the Bible. Established in 1980, the ICEJ recognizes the modern-day restoration of Israel as the faithfulness of God to keep His ancient covenant promises to the Jewish people. Among the many ICEJ programs throughout the year, the organization hosts the popular Feast of Tabernacles Sukkot celebration.
It also provides year-round programs for Aliyah and Integration (for Jewish immigrants) and Holocaust survivors. The ICEJ has actively joined the fighting against worldwide anti-Semitism and organizes prayer initiatives throughout the year. More recently, the ICEJ issued an appeal for donations from Christians worldwide to support earthquake relief efforts in Turkey and supported Israel’s on-the-ground rescue team, United Hatzalah.
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