ONE FOR ISRAEL

The Best Way to Bless Israel is With Jesus

aka Israel College of the BIble   |   Colleyville, TX   |  www.oneforisrael.org
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Mission

One For Israel's purposes are to unite U.S. and international churches, ministries and individuals for the proclamation of the Gospel in Israel, to raise funds for evangelism and Gospel proclamation, to provide tangible relief for Israel's needy through charity, and to train the next generations of leaders.

Ruling year info

2015

President and CEO

Dr. Erez Soref

Main address

1300 Glade Road

Colleyville, TX 76034 USA

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EIN

47-3813968

NTEE code info

Religion Related, Spiritual Development N.E.C. (X99)

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One for Israel Bible College

Our College and Seminary – (“Israel College of the Bible“) – was established for the purpose of training the rapidly growing community of followers of Jesus in Israel.

We are, in fact, the only accredited Hebrew speaking seminary in the world! Jewish and Arab believers come from all over Israel to study the Bible, theology, counseling, and practical ministry.

They learn to rightly divide the Word of Truth and stand strong on the foundations of their faith. Located in central Israel, our seminary offers certificate, BA, and MA programs.

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Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

One for Israel is reaching and training a generation of Israeli disciples living in the Last Days who are equipped, mobilized, and energized with a first-century commitment to believe in God's promises and participate in His purposes for Israel and the Nations.

We at ONE FOR ISRAEL understand that there are many ways to bless Israel, but we are convinced that the best way to bless Israel is with Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ).

We seek to do this in two ways:

1) Reaching Israelis with the Gospel message.

2) Training up the next generation of leaders.

One for Israel program's includes supporting both a media center to broadcast the good news, and the only Hebrew-speaking Bible College in Israel and in the world.

FULLY EQUIPPED MEDIA CENTER

The media evangelism work of One For Israel was established in 2009 with the encouragement of Campus Crusade for Christ. The ministry joined forces with Israel College of the Bible in 2013, and is endorsed by the National Evangelism Committee of Israel, under the association of the mainstream congregations/churches in Israel.

How do we evangelize? With the help of cutting-edge technology and a team of trained Israeli believers, the gospel message is being broadcast throughout Israel from our media center, using websites, radio station, videos and social networking (visit our evangelism page to find out more about it.) We make sure that the truth is easy to find when people search for Yeshua on the internet, and not only that, Israelis will find that the message is in their own language and in a manner sensitive to their culture. For those who express interest, our team are ready to help them to work through their thoughts and questions, and connect them to local believers in their own area.

We at ONE FOR ISRAEL strive to share the Gospel of Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ) with Israeli Jews and Arabs in the Hebrew language. Our staff is comprised of both Jewish and Arab Israelis, with the shared belief that true peace in the Middle East can only come into existence under Yeshua (Jesus).

While it is a great blessing to be fluent in the language and culture of our fellow Israelis enabling us to reach them, in order to reach and to serve in the most effective manner, we also find ourselves at a disadvantage. Even though the number of believers increases each year, there are still less than 1% of the country who follow Yeshua (Jesus), and it is not easy to find the resources that we need to provide these services for Israel. If you also believe that the best way to bless Israel is with Yeshua, we invite you to join us in the harvest field here, by partnering with us in prayer and finances.


ISRAEL COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE

The Bible College was originally founded in 1990, as the need for theological training rapidly increased. The number of Jewish believers in Israel has roughly tripled each decade, and the need for new leaders, with solid Biblical foundations, has become essential.

We now have a growing staff team, qualified and equipped to train Israeli believers in theology, Biblical studies, counseling, in several different languages. We have the largest Messianic library in Israel. We are eager to meet the educational needs of Israeli believers who are being called to serve in God's kingdom, and to help them prepare for ministry. We also enjoy welcoming others from overseas to join us, whether it is for a study-tour of the country, a season of learning, or simply a visit to see what God is doing among us.

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ONE FOR ISRAEL

Board of directors
as of 2/11/2020
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Board chair

Asi Giza

Dan Browning

MHBT

Jeffrey Cranford

Church at the Red Door

George Grubbs Jr

Self

Gerald Pharris

Caprock Partners

Douglas Sluiter

Sluiter Corp

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  • Board orientation and education
    Does the board conduct a formal orientation for new board members and require all board members to sign a written agreement regarding their roles, responsibilities, and expectations? No
  • CEO oversight
    Has the board conducted a formal, written assessment of the chief executive within the past year ? No
  • Ethics and transparency
    Have the board and senior staff reviewed the conflict-of-interest policy and completed and signed disclosure statements in the past year? No
  • Board composition
    Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership? No
  • Board performance
    Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years? No