FOR ISRAEL NORTH ISLAND CONFERENCE 2009
“STANDING ... IN THE
Israel and the Church”
Much of the conflict in the world today is from the challenge of Islam.
Both in the physical and the spiritual, Islam confronts us on every
hand. Do we as the church understand why? Do we understand the
significance of the small country Israel, and the city of Jerusalem? At
this conference Marcel opened our eyes to the motivation and tactics of
Islamic nations and how we can meet that challenge.
13 - 15 February 2009 at Totara
- To listen
to an interview with Marcel - courtesy of
- Rob Holding
and NZ's Radio Rhema, click
Marcel Rebiai was born in Algeria in 1953. He was raised
as a Moslem until the age of 10, then fostered by a Christian family in
Switzerland. Now as the Director of the "Community of Reconciliation"
(COR), which he founded in 1988, he lives in Israel with his wife and
He is an
authority on the current
situation in the Middle East, particularly in relation to the Islamic
world. Marcel has written a book entitled – “Islam,
Israel and the Church”. It is said that Marcel –
“clears the fog in which many westerners find themselves
regarding Islam. At the same time, he conveys deep insight into the
callings of Israel and the Arab people. The commission of Jesus' church
is placed clearly before our eyes.”
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