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Be sure to read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below before contacting us. You just might find your answer!

For general questions and prayer requests, please click the button and fill out the contact form.

For geographically specific inquiries please select the appropriate tab above to correspond with the specific Revive Israel staff members who represent and oversee our activities in your part of the world.

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If you and/or your group are coming to Israel and would like to visit our ministry for our morning praise, prayer, prophecy, and teaching times, please click the button, fill out the contact form, and let us know.

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Revive Israel North America (RINA)

We send emissaries of Revive Israel to North America to speak at congregations and events across the continent.
Please click the button and fill out the contact form if you would like information on upcoming speaking engagements or to invite our emissaries to your area.

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Revive Israel Europe (RIE)

We send emissaries of Revive Israel to Europe to speak at congregations and events across the continent.
Please click the button and fill out the contact form if you would like information on upcoming speaking engagements or to invite our emissaries to your area.

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Revive Israel Asia (RIA)

We send emissaries of Revive Israel to Asia to speak at congregations and events across the continent.
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FAQs

Can you help us book our tour and/or accommodations for our visit to Israel? 2016-12-04T16:28:34+00:00

While we do not provide these services, we strongly recommend Sar El Tours for your trip planning consideration.

www.sareltours.com

Can we visit you and your community during the biblical feasts? 2015-02-26T14:26:48+00:00

In Israel, the spring and fall feasts are family events that are most often celebrated in the home. Congregations rarely, if ever, host large services open to the public. With that said, if you are hoping to connect with the local body of believers in Israel, we do not recommend that you plan your visit during these times. Unless you have prearranged plans with family and/or friends in Israel, we cannot provide an invitation to a private family celebration.

Can Asher Intrater and the team come to a different location other than the morning worship and prayer in the Revive Israel worship room? 2015-02-26T14:26:00+00:00

In some cases, if invited in advance to a conference in Israel, Asher and the team are prepared to come teach and minister. However, for tour groups it is much preferable that you come to our morning sessions in our prayer room. If you would like to plan a visit, please contact our Israel Office in advance.

Do you offer translation during your midweek worship and prayer times? 2015-02-26T14:25:15+00:00

We offer casual translation from Hebrew to English as well as other languages depending on availability.

What time does your team meet for daily worship and prayer? 2015-02-26T14:24:21+00:00

We meet from 8:00 to 11:00 Monday-Thursday in the Revive Israel prayer room. Due to occasional schedule changes, please contact our Israel Office in advance should you wish to plan a visit.

Can I/my group visit Ahavat Yeshua congregation in Jerusalem? 2015-02-26T14:22:27+00:00

While we welcome visitors to our congregation, we must also inform you that due to our vision for the congregation to provide and maintain a Jewish-Israeli atmosphere as well as a Shabbat experience for our local community, we do not offer or allow translation without special permission.

In addition, due to limited seating, we are not able to accommodate groups larger than 10.

What is the address of Ahavat/Tiferet Yeshua Congregation? 2016-12-04T16:28:34+00:00

For security reasons, we cannot provide the address of the congregation. If you are coming to Israel and would like to visit one of our congregations, you can learn more here:

Why should I sign up to receive email updates? 2016-12-04T16:28:34+00:00

Our weekly email update provides:

  • Links to our most recent Biblical teaching articles featured on our blog
  • Our perspective on international and Israeli news
  • Ministry news, updates, and announcements
  • Prayer requests from our community
  • Videos
  • And More!
Why Should I Create a User Account on the Website? 2016-12-04T16:28:34+00:00

Creating a user account allows you to:

  • Leave comments and questions on blog posts
  • Make quick and easy purchases through our online store

Sign up today!

I suddenly stopped receiving the weekly email update. What happened? 2016-12-04T16:28:34+00:00

This is known to happen occasionally and if it happens to you, it can usually be fixed by simply re-registering.

If you’re still having trouble, please don’t hesitate to contact us through our website feedback form above.

NOTE: The unsubscribe link in every email we send is unique to your email address. If you forward our update to a friend and your friend clicks the unsubscribe link, your email address will be removed from our database.

Can Revive Israel answer my questions concerning Torah observance, biblical history, theology, or other spiritual matters? 2016-12-04T16:28:34+00:00

Many such questions often require lengthy answers that take time to research and prepare.

We have published a number of articles on a variety of subjects for your perusal and self-education in our blog.

Can Revive Israel provide me with personal discipleship? 2016-12-04T16:28:34+00:00

It is our belief that discipleship is more than theological education and counseling. Discipleship is also born of daily, face to face relationship and the sharing of life experiences. Therefore, we only offer discipleship to Hebrew speaking Israeli citizens and permanent residents in Israel.

Can I come to Israel and work for Revive Israel? 2015-02-26T14:12:37+00:00

In order to be in compliance with Israeli law, our employees must be Israeli citizens or residents.

Can I come to Israel and volunteer for Revive Israel? 2015-02-26T14:11:18+00:00

We currently have no volunteer program available for internationals.

I am a Jew and want to make Aliyah (immigrate) to Israel; can Revive Israel help me? 2015-02-26T14:10:20+00:00

Making Aliyah is a complex legal process. While we cannot provide you with assistance in this process, we recommend that you start here:

The Jerusalem Institute of Justice

NOTE: Identifying as a Messianic Jew or using Messianic Jewish connections could be problematic for your process and even prevent its completion.

Can Gentiles make Aliyah? 2015-02-26T14:09:05+00:00

According to Israeli law, Aliyah is only available to those of documented Jewish descent and documented converts to Judaism.

What is the relationship between Revive Israel and Moshav (residential community) Yad Hashmona? 2016-12-04T16:28:35+00:00

Revive Israel and Yad Hashmona are separate legal entities. Revive Israel is a non-profit organization whose offices are located on the property of Yad Hashmona. Moshav Yad Hashmona is a residential community with a number of businesses as well as its own non-profit organization. Other than personal relationships between our team members and residents of the moshav, and a few select projects in which we are partners, we have no direct involvement in their internal affairs.

Can I republish your digital or physical materials for personal use? 2016-12-04T16:28:35+00:00

We welcome the sharing of our materials! We do ask however that you abide by the following guidelines:

  • For full articles:
    • Please do not redistribute or resend full articles in any format as a part of your personal, professional, or ministry publication (including email lists) without express permission.
    • We strongly encourage the sharing of our blog posts and videos through established social media outlets.
  • For excerpts and direct quotes:
    • The quotes must be clearly identified as being written by their respective authors by using their full names as they appear in the text
    • The quotes must be used in their entirety and not taken out of context
    • The quote must include a link to the full article at the Revive Israel website
    • The publication must include this statement:
      • “To access more articles by Asher Intrater and the Revive Israel team, or to find out more about the ministries of Revive Israel, please visit reviveisrael.org.”
The Revive Israel weekly update is not available in my language and I am interested in becoming a translator. 2015-02-26T14:01:29+00:00

Please contact our translation coordinator at:

anja@reviveisrael.org

Please also note that all translation work is strictly volunteer.

Why didn’t Asher Intrater respond to my comment/question/message? 2016-12-04T16:28:35+00:00

While Asher himself does not personally manage or monitor any of Revive Israel’s media or social media outlets, our ministry team does. We do our best to reply to as many inquiries as we can but if we missed you, please contact us through one of the forms above.

Can I speak/correspond with Asher Intrater? 2016-12-04T16:28:35+00:00

Unfortunately, due to the number of global requests of this nature that we receive, we cannot give out Asher’s personal contact information. You can however contact representatives from our team using the contact forms above.

Can we meet with Asher Intrater? 2016-12-04T16:28:35+00:00

Unfortunately, due to Asher’s schedule it is unlikely, if not impossible, to arrange a personal and/or private meeting.

However, Asher can often be found in the Revive Israel worship room during the Revive Israel team’s morning worship and prayer times. He also often teaches during the second part of the morning session.

NOTE: Asher’s teaching schedule changes from week to week so be sure to coordinate with our Israel Office if you are planning a visit and would like to come and hear Asher teach.