Author Archive: Katharine Weiss

Our Ways Are NOT His Ways

Looking out at the calm Mediterranean Sea, it is not immediately apparent that dangerous conflicts are just below the surface… in the ocean of ideas and philosophies of men. Just as 200,000 rockets threaten tiny Israel, flaming arrows of deceit threaten Western Christianity, striking at the heart of the Believers. In an attempt to be […]

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Selective Sisterhood

After twenty-five years of marriage, I can honestly agree with the old rumor “Jews make the best husbands.” At least my Jew—Myles—has been a wonderful friend, father, and follower of Yeshua. Every Shabbat (Sabbath), he praises me as a Proverbs 31 woman (even if I don’t always feel like one), and reminds all who are […]

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Love Never Fails

Recently, I was reminded that love never fails, to paraphrase 1 Corinthians 13. Several years ago, we held a conference in California where David and Karen Davis from Haifa, Israel told how Jews and Arabs recover together from drug addiction through their ministry Beit Nitzachon, the “House of Victory.” At the same conference, Walid Shoebat, an ex-Palestinian terrorist, confessed […]

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