ISRAEL: SEVENTY AND STRONG SUMMIT
A Celebration of Israel’s 70th Anniversary and US Embassy Move to Jerusalem
Washington, D.C. – The American Christian Leaders for Israel (ACLI) celebrated Israel’s 70th anniversary and the US Embassy move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem with the Israel: Seventy and Strong Summit.
The three-day joyous event, which hosted an international assembly of pro-Israel Christian leaders, commenced with a gala banquet at the Museum of the Bible on Sunday, May 13, continued with an all-day summit of presentations and briefings on Monday, May 14, and concluded with a Jerusalem Day celebration event on Tuesday, May 15.
This hallmark event marked the 70th Anniversary of the Jewish state, the 51st anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel, and the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem.
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) tirelessly petitioned and lobbied the Trump administration to support the moving of the embassy to Jerusalem.
“The significance of today is not lost on those who love and support Israel and on those who endeavor to see God’s prophetic words become a reality,” said ICEJ US Director Susan Michael. “The move of the embassy to Jerusalem is momentous due to the fact that it officially recognizes what the state of Israel has always maintained – that Jerusalem is the rightful capital of Israel. This is truly a triumphant celebration.”
“We celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary and the move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem,” said Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) President and CEO Gordon Robertson. “And we rejoice that God is fulfilling prophecy, making Israel ‘a light to the nations.’”
Monday’s summit covered relevant topics ranging from “Israel at 70” to “Israel Divide in the Millennial Generation” to “Prophesy and Technology: How Israel Leverages Innovation for the Benefit of Humanity.”
The entire event was co-sponsored by The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem and the Christian Broadcasting Network.
Additional sponsors for the three-day summit included:
• The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry
• National Religious Broadcasters (NRB)
• Operation Exodus
• Bridges for Peace
• Christians United for Israel Action Fund
• Family Research Council
• Hatikvah Films
• Israel Allies Foundation
• Museum of the Bible
The American Christian Leaders for Israel (ACLI) network is a project of the US Branch of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ).