Gateway Center for Israel
Gateway Center for Israel

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"Gateway Center for Israel" is an organization based in Southlake, TX, seeking to engage church leaders with Israel. It was formed in 2019, as an initiative of Gateway Church, to resource and inspire the global church to a biblical and sincere love for Israel and the Jewish people. "Gateway Center for Israel" does this through research, publications, media engagement, and events. Nic Lesmeister is the Director of "Gateway Center for Israel".

     
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Gateway Center for Israel

Perspective Paper
After boldly declaring that the gospel is powerful and effective for all who have faith in Jesus, Paul clarifies that it is: “to the Jew first and also to the Greek.”
Jewish Outreach, Theology
Perspective Paper
We believe in Israel’s irrevocable election and affirm the calling of Jewish followers of the Messiah to remain true to their identity as Jews.
Theology
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In this five-part series, Pastor Robert Morris shares the "secret sauce" of why God has so blessed Gateway Church: our commitment to making Israel a priority. Learn some of the foundational ways that we have made Israel and the Jewish people a key part of our church culture, and how we express this value in our daily ministry.
Jewish Outreach, Theology
Collection10 Resources
We at Gateway are increasingly concerned about the rapid global rise in antisemitism over the past few years. We define antisemitism as any belief or behavior of hostility, prejudice, discrimination, or violence against a Jewish person. Furthermore, any criticism of the State of Israel that demonizes, delegitimizes, or creates double standards for Jewish Israelis moves past anti-Zionism and into antisemitism. Our collection of resources will help you better understand this issue, often called "the world's oldest hatred." We want to empower and help you be a friend to those God chose as His "firstborn among the nations," the Jewish people.
Jewish Outreach, Antisemitism, Modern Israel
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Learn about the core of our vision and the three key elements that drive our vision to become reality: a healthy theology, a heart-based revelation, and an active response.
Jewish Outreach, Theology
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