The Karnei Shomron Yeshiva High School for boys provides quality Biblical and regular education to boys from all over Samaria. But those with learning disabilities and emotional difficulties require special attention. This is their story.
The community of Bet Hagai in Judea is home to boys coming from dysfunctional backgrounds. Here they find new purpose, strength, education, understanding and a family who loves them. Thank you for helping to change their lives in Israel.
Heart of Benjamin helps children with severe mental and physical handicaps through their afternoon, summer, and holiday programs. This is the story of one special child who benefits from YOUR donation to Heart of Benjamin.
Sadna is a program for physically and mentally handicapped children and young adults. The people of Sadna have created a special community in Gevaot. A place where special needs people are part of every day life. A place where they are accepted, where they belong, a place they call home.
Watch the faces of Heart of Benjamin light up as they are touched by love.
What is Judea and Samaria? How did Israel come to be in possession of this land and who are the brave people who have settled here and why? This short video lays the foundation for the Jewish presence in the heart of Biblical Israel in a clear and inspiring manner. Watch this film and share with friends and acquaintances far and wide. This film is the key to greater understanding of the settlement movement.
The people of Judea and Samaria have sacrificed a great deal to settle in the Biblical Heartland: terrorist attacks, boycotts, housing freezes, threats of expulsion, and the actual destruction of the communities in Gaza. But throughout, their faith has kept them strong and kept them focused on G-d’s purposes for His people and His land. Hear these voices of faith and let the people of Judea and Samaria inspire you.
Judea and Samaria is where so much of the Bible took place. But it is also home to 360,000 people. Watch this clip and experience the heart and soul of Judea and Samaria, the Jewish people thriving in the Land promised to them by God!
Christians Make A Difference in the Biblical Heartland
This film is CFOIC Heartland’s way of saying thank you to the friends and supporters of the communities over the years. You will meet some of the people who have been helped by CFOIC Heartland. Their stories will make you glad to have become a part of CFOIC Heartland’s vital work in Israel.
Close to three years after the disengagement from the Gaza Strip and the destruction of the Jewish communities in Gush Katif, this film provides an updated view of what has happened to these people, where they are today and why they need your support.
Rabbi Natan Greenberg, Dean of the Bat Ayin Yeshiva, shares his vision of religious Zionism, the theology and ideology behind the settlement movement.
Sandy Bloom of Bet Yatir shares her personal story about being a victim of a terrorist attack while on a bus in the Jordan Valley.
Meet Sondra Oster Baras, Director, CFOIC Heartland – Israel. Sondra shares her own personal story of Aliyah and commitment to the settlement movement.
The truth, and the dangers, about the recent negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, launched under the auspices of President Bush at the Annapolis Conference in later 2007. Watch this short film and understand why we must not be silent in the face of international pressure against Israel.
An excellent introduction to the settlement movement. The film will enable you to understand why the Jews have come back to the center of Biblical Israel, to Judea and Samaria, and why their very presence is essential to the continued security and spiritual needs of the State of Israel.
Sondra Oster Baras addressed the Days of Elijah Conference in Ft. Worth Texas, September 2008. Watch this film of her talk and learn more about the situation in Israel. Pass on this clip to your friends and neighbors to enable them to understand why Christians must stand with Israel today.
Catch a glimpse of the reality of life as experienced by the Gush Katif refugees, the thousands of Jews who were forced from their homes in the Gaza Strip in August of 2005. The film explores the emotional and spiritual reactions of Gush Katif refugees and their counterparts in Ju