Join us on the show this week for your news report coming straight from the Heartland of Israel! It’s an intense season right now for Israeli politics. Some things really shifted this week and we have some good news to share about the upcoming elections.
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Have you ever wondered why God would have chosen such a hot rocky, desert-like Middle East landscape as the Promised Land? It actually hasn’t always been this way!
Joining us on the show today is Nate Waller – he has done some extensive study and research on the land of Israel, specifically the soil, and its history over the last 2,000 years. Topics on the show this week include:
- Proof that Israel was once a land of forests and lush grassland
- Where did all the trees and wildlife go?
- Where did all the topsoil go that was once on these mountains?
- How land reclamation in Israel differs from any other country
- How God is performing a miracle, but it is one that people must be involved in
- How Israel-lovers from other countries can make a difference
Time to Wake Up and Get Boots on the Ground
Join Joshua Waller and Luke Hilton on the show this week for news coming straight from the heartland of Israel. The nation of Israel is mourning over a most horrific terror attack that happened this last week. Has the world grown numb to this epitome of evil, briefly condemning it and then apathetically returning to carefree lives? How can we make it different this time?Even amidst this tragedy, Joshua and Luke bring to light the positive news as well. New 2019 statistics are in from the government that point ever more to God’s faithfulness. Things are changing – one pair of boots on the ground at a time!
Joshua & Nate Waller are back this week on the Heartland Connection. Ever heard of a year having 13 months? This year is a leap year in the Hebrew calendar and the 13th month is just around the corner. Josh and Nate explain it on today’s show and reveal the significance behind it.
The political climate in Israel is growing charged as spring elections approach. What are the results of the recent polls? What are people speculating the new government will look like? How will this affect Judea and Samaria and the Jewish pioneers who call this place home?