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Our Story

Our Story

Where it all began...

Moshe Bar Zvi is a ninth-generation Israeli born in Tel Aviv, Israel and as is customary served in the Israeli Defense Army as a tank commander 1977-1980. Moshe experienced significant successful business endeavors before he was elected President and CEO of The Jerusalem Post Global Group (JPost) in early 2004. 

JPost a media group that has communicated with the Jewish Diaspora since 1932, under Moshe's leadership, expanded its readership and online business to include the global community of Christian Evangelicals. After he led the media group, his life's mission came into focus to create and launch the Jerusalem Post Christian Edition.

In 2007, Moshe founded Footsteps LTD. and set up his headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel. Footsteps' sole purpose is to continue Moshe's life mission in creating a strong bridge between Christian Lovers of Israel, both the land and the people. Footsteps grew and expanded worldwide through projects that connected the Jewish people and the Holy Land with Christian Evangelicals. Projects that were founded on Biblical scriptures from the Old and New Testaments. God's Word lays the foundation for the pillars in the bridge between Christian Lovers of Israel and the State of Israel and its people.  

After years of successful endeavors with Christian ministries and media groups, his vision became very clear when he launched in 2013  The website was created to be a place for all Lovers of Israel, young and old around the world, to become active supporters while learning about the Holy land and the people of Israel.  

We hope to be the place where Lovers of Israel come to connect and touch the lives of the people of Israel living in their promised Holy Land. LoveIsrael directly impacts Jewish families through our unique Biblically-based projects and products that are chosen through prayer to teach and educate about Israel. We hope to remove the many barriers, centuries-old, that have separated the Christian and Jews as we love what God loves.

Today, we live in unprecedented times, as every nation is being shaken as mankind continues its prophetic path as written in Holy Scripture. Whether you believe it's the Messiah's first coming or His second, the fact that the Messiah is coming is something both Christian and Jews can agree on. The power of agreement between Christians and Jews goes beyond human
understanding and will evitably be the force hidden in Divine mystery that will bring it all to pass. 

Matthew 18:19 confirms the power that is hidden within two people agreeing, “Again, I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven.”  

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“Can two walk together unless they agree?”

Lovers of Israel come and let us walk together on this
Divine journey to the fulfillment of all things. 

“Thus says the LORD: I have returned to Zion and will dwell in the midst of Jerusalem, and Jerusalem shall be called the faithful city, and the mountain of the LORD of hosts, the holy mountain.”  (Zechariah 8:3)

The complete and final fulfillment of God’s promise to Abraham is yet to occur. Abraham and all his children look forward to the future and understand that the blessings God promised were not just material and temporal blessings but they are spiritual and eternal blessings.

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Be an Ambassador
Join the Community for Lovers of Israel

We invite all who Love Israel to become a Lover of Israel and be a partner with helping us to build a real divine bridge between Christians and Jews. 

Your partnership with demonstrates your love for Israel both the land and the people.

As a "Lover of Israel" you will:

  • Be informed about issues concerning Israel for your prayers.

  • Have opportunities to give into the lives of the people living in Israel.

  • Learn about Israel from a biblical perspective

  • Receive updates on ministry projects in Israel.

  • Know you are a blessing and you will be blessed.

"...for whoever touches you touches the apple of his eye...."  (Zechariah 2:8)

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