Newsletter  Vol 13, No 8    August 2004

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Welcome to August - a hot month in Israel, Europe and the USA. Moves are afoot in the Land as Asher and his team move back to Jerusalem. Read about these and Dan Juster's call to disillusionment in this issue of Israel's Restoration - the monthly Newsletter of the Tikkun Emissaries working in Israel. The article feedback is proving popular as people comment on the articles - remember that you can join in the debate on some of these important issues - if you are moved or provoked by something in one of the articles, just click the link at the bottom and send your comment off to the Editor for inclusion on the website.

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Eitan shares a lesson from the life of the apostle Kefa/Peter and Moshe Morrison tells us how God brought him up short some 30 years ago. Asher Intrater's two articles cover two aspects of the forthcoming move and ministry changes, while Dan's lead article addresses another important aspect of our work and calling in the world.

  Dan Juster: Blessed Disillusionment
Dan talks us through our mission of bringing disillusionment to the world
  Eitan Shishkoff: He who Falls will Stand
Drawing a lesson from the apostle Peter, Eitan wants to encourage us all
  Moshe Morrison: Rachmiel: grace to the humble
Moshe reminisces about a meeting he had years ago with Rachmiel Frydland and the lesson that God taught him
  Asher Intrater: Prayer and Praise Ministry
As Asher and his team prepare to move back to Jerusalem, they invite us to join with them in setting watches over the ministry
  Asher Intrater: Covenant Relationships Revisited
As Revive Israel looks to begin a new stage in its ministry with an apostolic team outside Jerusalem, Asher shares the multi-generational nature of the project.

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