Jerusalem: Stumbling Block for the Nations

Day conference - Jerusalem: Stumbling Block for the Nations?
Saturday 26 October 2019

With Andrew Tucker

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Join us on Saturday 26 October as we hear from Andrew Tucker, International Adviser to Christians for Israel and Director of The Hague Initiative for International Cooperation (“thinc.”), about Jerusalem being a stumbling block for the nations.

In his role within thinc., Andrew advises and advocates the position and interests of the State of Israel and the Jewish people under international law within the European Union and United Nations. This includes writing position papers, and meetings with politicians, diplomats and foreign affairs advisers in various nations.

Andrew is committed to fighting the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS), and defending the fundamental rights of Israel and the Jewish people to live in peace and security. Andrew believes that the use of “lawfare” to attack the legitimacy of Israel is counter-productive, and undermines the fundamental Judeo-Christian values on which modern liberal democracies are built.

Throughout the day we will be hearing about the legal, historical and biblical mandate for Israel as well as what God is doing today in the nation.

Andrew has a real gift to explain and unpack these complex issues. This will be a content-rich teaching day full of information on the current situation surrounding Israel and the biblical truths that will give us God’s perspective. To find out more about the work that Andrew is involved in please visit

This event is FREE of charge but please book your tickets using the link above. The first session will start at 10am and we will end around 4pm. Please bring your own lunch as we will be having a break for lunch in between the morning and afternoon sessions.

Venue: Kingdom Faith Church, Foundry Lane, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 5PX

Conference Schedule

Saturday 26 October 2019

10:00 Opening

10:10 Session 1: Introduction

10:30 Session 2: The Biblical significance of Jerusalem: past, present and future

11:20 Coffee/tea

11:40 Session 3: The history of Jerusalem - an overview up to WWI

12:20 Lunch (not provided)

13:00 Session 4: The political, military and legal battle for Jerusalem since WWI

13:50 Session 5: What is happening today? Political, military/strategic, and legal trends concerning Jerusalem

14:40 Coffee/tea

15:00 Session 6: What does all of this mean for the church today?

15:40 Q&A

16:00 Close

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