SHELANU TV IS A 24/7 HEBREW LANGUAGE DIGITAL TELEVISION CHANNEL AND SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM
TODAY, LESS THAN 1% OF ISRAELIS KNOW THEIR MESSIAH
IF WE DO NOT SPEAK HOW WILL THEY HEAR?
The people of Israel have not heard! The version of “Jesus” they know is foreign to the one we see in the New Testament.
We must share with them in their own tongue. They must hear the gospel in Hebrew from Israelis.
We need your support to reach the nation of Israel with the truth of Jesus the Jewish Messiah!
What Does "Shelanu" Mean?
Jesus is ours... Communicating to the Jewish people that He's one of their own.
WHO IS SHELANU FOR?
We are reaching Hebrew-speaking Jews and Arabs with the gospel.
WHO ARE OUR PARTNERS?
Evangelical Christians all over the world. Those who understand how Israel receiving the gospel is a key to world revival and the return of the Messiah.
Ultra-Orthodox Wants to Know More:
We followed up with a former Ultra-Orthodox Jew who still maintains a very formal orthodox dress code and shows interest in hearing about the New Testament. We keep in touch with him on a weekly basis via phone calls and plan to schedule a proper meeting as soon as corona restrictions allow it. In addition, we made contact with yet another former Ultra-Orthodox – a young man who’s in the midst of a crisis of faith and wishes to learn about Jesus.
Several others have shown interest in learning about the New Testament, one of them is an activist Orthodox Jew – a member in a group that encourages Jews to visit the Temple Mount.
Blind Eyes are Being Opened:
A man who received the book Identity Theft by Ron Cantor said it had opened his eyes in an astonishing way. He admitted having doubts about Yeshua as the messiah of Israel. But all doubts and misgivings were gone in the process of reading the book. In his opinion, the book should be distributed all over Israel. He claims even the greatest rabbis in Israel could believe in Yeshua if they ever read this book.
And All Nations Will be Blessed:
An immigrant (foreign worker from Eritrea) has contacted us. He’s been living in Tel Aviv for more than 10 years now and knows how to read in Hebrew. Though we’re excited to share the gospel with our Jewish brothers and sisters here in Israel we are also immensely pleased and thankful to find out that also Israeli Arabs and immigrants are responding to our channel and content.