Israel Delegation invited to President’s Prayer Breakfast. From left: Ari Sorko-Ram from Ramat HaSharon, Israel, Terry Allen from Washington, D.C., Knesset Member Nava Boker, Josel Chernoff from Philadelphia, Dr. Eli Nacht, Deputy Mayor from Ashdod, Israel.
In the month of February I had the honor of attending the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C., having been invited by the U.S. Congress as a representative from Israel. Also attending with us was a Member of the Israeli Knesset, Nava Booker, and the Deputy Mayor of Ashdod, Dr. Eli Nacht, who has also been a legal advisor in the Israeli Knesset for several years.
As it was last year, the Prayer Breakfast was very positive and encouraging to all of us who attended. All those who spoke, spoke on faith and the centrality of God. President Trump made it clear that America is founded on the Judeo-Christian ethics and that the way of America is to continue to be a Christian nation trusting in God.
We had the opportunity to discuss with multiple congressmen the relationship between Israel and the United States, and how we can improve conditions in the Middle East, specially relating to the Jewish and Arab communities. I also had the opportunity to meet with many international friends from China, South America and Europe who attended the breakfast.
It was very affirming to know that Israel still has many allies who firmly believe and support the Biblical narrative for the nation of Israel.
Our blessings go to all of Israel’s friends around the world. We are thankful for their support.