In March this year I met a very special young lady named Sarah and on November the 11th we tied the knot in a beautiful garden in Toorak, Melbourne. While neither I nor my lovely wife are Jewish, we decided to do our wedding Jewish style and it was a learning experience both for us and for our family and friends in attendance.
This year marks the 45th anniversary of the dramatic Yom Kippur. The Yom Kippur war is not only a powerful story from the pages of history, but I believe it also prophetically foreshadows an even greater war to come—while also pointing to the means of deliverance and victory. Caught Napping On October 5th, 1973 the […]
Isaiah 66:8 records the famous question ‘can a nation be born in a day?’ 2’700 years later the question was answered. Despite insurmountable odds, Israel—armed with help from above and the heroic courage of its men and women—was born in a day on May 14, 1948. In this article we are going to look at […]
(this is an excerpt from the newly published book ‘Rebuilding the Temple: Preparing for the Lord’s Return’) Golden Menorah One of the most impressive vessels re-created so far is the Golden Menorah. Featuring prominently just outside the Temple Institute – it proudly faces the Temple Mount where it is hoped that it will one day […]
Looking back at the Six day war of 1967, many remember the emotional pictures of Israeli’s at the Western Wall. On top of the wall, dramatic scenes were also taking place on the Temple Mount itself – scenes which would lay the foundation for the modern day movement to rebuild the Temple. Looking Back at […]
The Netanyahu government is receiving broad political support for a proposed new national holiday celebrating ‘aliyah’ or Jewish immigration to the land of Israel. The motion will set aside the 10th of Nissan to honour the crucial role of aliyah both in the re-birth and in the ongoing strengthening of the nation of Israel. The […]
Photo: Rabbi Yehudah Glick pictured with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu The Terror Attack Which Galvanised the Temple Mount Movement October 29th, 2014 was just another day in the life of Temple Mount Activist Yehudah Glick. The soft spoken red-headed Rabbi was packing his bags into the boot of his car when suddenly a man on […]