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Why Is Jerusalem Still Important Today?

2018-08-02 09:34:00

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There is no city like it on earth – none with so much atmosphere and none with so much conflict and controversy. It’s a central point for the three main monotheistic faiths, but is there a better connection to God if you worship in Jerusalem? No, of course, not. However, theBible does portray Jerusalem as the most important city in the world, and in Scripture it is called the ‘City of God’. It becomes clear that man didn’t chose Jerusalem, God did! So how important is this city to God, and why?

KJMC invites to the Pastors Retreat 2018!

2018-07-31 13:00:00

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Kiev Jewish Messianic Congregation (KJMC) is pleased to invite bishops, pastors and leaders of ministries to the traditional Pastors Retreat which will take place on 8-12 October. The retreat with God in the circle of pastors is a good tradition of the KJMC shared with the leaders and senior ministers of congregations, churches, missions and unions of different confessions from many countries and even continents!

How can I forgive my enemies?

2018-07-26 13:00:00

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We face various challenges in our lives. Sometimes we may even find ourselves in circumstances so confusing that we’re questioning ourselves: “how can God possibly give me a way out of this?” We cannot possibly imagine how God is going to move; how He is going to deliver us and break the unbreakable strongholds for us. But God is ready to help. Often His help is unexpected, and we are simply mesmerized that it has come.

KJMC Rabbi Boris Grisenko represented Ukrainian Churches at the International Forum in Japan

KJMC Rabbi Boris Grisenko took a trip to Japan (March 17 – March 21, 2012) to participate in the International Forum Fukushima «Disaster relief 3.0"

KJMC Rabbi Boris Grisenko took a trip to Japan (March 17 – March 21, 2012) to participate in the International Forum Fukushima «Disaster relief 3.0". The summit was dedicated to the topics of mitigation and prevention of various disasters, accidents at nuclear power plants and natural calamities.

The summit in Japan was held under the theme «Listening to God and listening to each other.» It was attended by representatives of different countries and continents. The Forum purpose was to update a global approach to emergency response, force majeures, spontaneously arising in different cities and countries. The key question, which was discussed by participants of the summit – the reaction of believers to unforeseen disasters and crises, including other states.

Forum delegates shared their experience in helping people after the disaster and natural calamities occurred. In particular, the Forum organizers spoke about Japan’s unprecedented triple disaster (earthquake, tsunami and the accident at a nuclear facility), which occurred in Fukushima, Japan, March 11, 2011, and led to the strongest in-migration of hundreds of thousands and became the most expensive financial disaster in the history of Japan.

For the first time B. Grisenko represented Ukraine and Ukrainian believers at the International Forum Fukushima «Disaster relief 3.0?. He took part in the Forum and Youth Forum, which took place within its framework, as well as in a meeting with the pastors of local churches. With great interest the participants listened to about the activities of the Kiev Jewish Messianic Congregation (KEMO), the development of Christian churches in Ukraine, the increased cooperation between Christian denominations and confessions in recent years.

Talking about the tragedy that occurred at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant (Ukraine) in 1986, KJMC Rabbi briefed the Forum with the statistics of the disaster and help of Ukrainian believers in the a nuclear power plant accident response. In particular, he told about the ministry «Lekavot» at KEMO, which assisted children who were undergoing treatment at the Chernobyl Centre for Radiation Medicine (in general, these children were born in subsequent years in the localities affected by the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant).

Upon arrival in Kiev, sharing his Forum impressions on the KJMC Sabbath March 24, which was dedicated to the biblical Jewish holiday of Purim, Rabbi Boris Grisenko marked out Purim aspect of Japanese summit: «God prepares the Body of the Messiah for any trial anywhere in the world. And no matter what happens, no matter what tragedies and disasters may occur, God can use even the seemingly obvious success of the enemy, like the temporal explicit victory of evil for His truth to triumph, and the enemy to be disgraced.» He also said: «If there’re believers in a place where something evil, bad happens, if there are those who trust in God and know that God does not ever leave them, whatever happens, God is able to turn it upside down. All that the enemy did, it would seem hopeless, and as a defeat, but God is ready to update in hope and turn into His victory, if there are Mordecais and Esthers in the places where it happened.»

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