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International Holocaust Remembrance Day - 2020

On this date in 1945, Auschwitz (the largest Nazi Death Camp) was liberated by the Red Army. In 2005, the United Nations designated January 27 as an International day to commemorate victims of this tragedy.

Today, Holocaust survivors, the mayor of Haifa, Knesset members, ambassadors, staff, and family members gather at the ICEJ Haifa Home for Holocaust Survivors to honour the memory of family and friends... lives lost to the horrors of genocide. Israeli soldiers and school children will attend the event to meet some of the Holocaust Survivors. 

In honour of this day, three of the holocaust survivors that live at the ICEJ Haifa Home for Holocaust Survivors were able open an Israeli basketball game in Romema Station by handing over the ball to the judge. Many of the residents feel wanted and appreciated, which gives them more motivation and purpose to keep living.

Watch this video and join us in remembering those who lost their lives in the Holocaust, as well as survivors who still live with these horrific memories today. 

Be part of healing the past, by supporting the ICEJ Home for Holocaust Survivors today!

The Church & the Holocaust: Part 2

If you were living during the time of the Holocaust, it would require a great courage and trust in God to stand firm in your faith and with the Jewish people. As ICEJ President Dr Jürgen Bühler walks through the Memorial of the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin, Germany, he shares a personal story about the faith and courage of his very own grandparents during the Holocaust. Watch part two of this video series to learn more about this topic of "The Church & The Holocaust". 

Be a part of healing the past, by supporting the ICEJ Home for Holocaust Survivors today!

The Church & the Holocaust: Part 1

Germany was once known as a Christian nation, and yet six million Jews were brutally murdered by Nazi Germany just 7 decades ago. Therefore, many ask the question: "What happened to Germany, a Christian nation, that led them to such an incredible darkness that caused the German people to become so wicked?" 

Watch part one of this video series to learn more about this topic from Dr Jürgen Bühler, as he walks through the Memorial of the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin, Germany.

Be a part of healing the past, by supporting the ICEJ Home for Holocaust Survivors today!

Happy New Year - Preparing the Way 2020!

Happy New Year from Jerusalem! The ICEJ is deeply grateful for each one of you standing with us and Israel through 2019! This video will take you on a journey through 2019, and give just a taste of what God has done the past 12 months!

As the ICEJ looks ahead to 2020, celebrates 40 years of comforting God's people, and preparing the way for His work in the land of Israel, we set aside January as a month of prayer and fasting to seek God's will in the coming year. We invite you to join us by determining set times to seek the Lord through prayer and fasting, to prepare the way for His work in your heart. 

May this year of 2020 be one of partnering together all around the world to prepare the way for our Messiah.

Support the work of the ICEJ in this upcoming year!

 

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