Posted by: Elena's Israel Blog | 08/12/2011

RESTORING COURAGE 8/21 – 8/24 .. Be There!


On August 21, 2011
Glenn Beck will be joined by Pastor John Hagee, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, esteemed historian David Barton, and other religious leaders in a program at the extraordinary Roman amphitheater in Caesarea, Israel. With the stories of Ruth and Esther at its foundation, the event will inspire its audiences to display loyalty, courage and love as they stand up for Israel and the Jewish people. Scheduled to perform is Grammy nominated Vernessa Mitchell, who will be joined by Israeli singers and musicians to enhance this powerful event.

At the Old Train Station Plaza in central Jerusalem, people will gather for an evening of remembrance and hope on August 22, 2011. With a focus on the Holocaust and the strength of its survivors, Glenn Beck will host the event, which will feature a screening of a documentary film that explores the life-long impact of the Holocaust on its victims. The film will be followed by a panel discussion. The program will conclude with a candle lighting ceremony during which a survivor’s family will pass a flame from generation to generation as they display the courage displayed in their past, and the courage to stand together for themselves and all future generations.

Viewing parties worldwide - click to enlarge

Tickets to this event are SOLD OUT; however, you can watch the program LIVE on GBTV – To host your own ‘viewing party’ send an email to Here is a map of all the viewing parties already scheduled worldwide!

On August 24, 2011, Glenn Beck will host an event at the Davidson Center in Jerusalem. Taking place just steps from the Western Wall and the Temple Mount, this program calls for unity among all faiths, and will honor Israelis who have displayed courage in their struggle for survival and peace. It will also issue a challenge to all citizens of the world to stand with and declare their support for Israel. Joining Glenn will be religious leaders, esteemed speakers and entertainers including the Rabbi of the Western Wall, Shumuel Rabinovitch, Academy Award winning actor Jon Voight, internationally renowned singer Dudu Fisher, and the Jerusalem Great Synagogue Choir.


The Courage to Love: Sunday, August 21, 2011

  • Time: 20:00 IDT (8:00 PM local time in Israel)
  • GBTV Broadcast Times:
    • LIVE:  30 minute pre-show begins at 12:30pm ET followed by the event at 1:00pm ET
  • Venue: Amphitheater – Caesarea, Israel

The Courage to Stand: Monday, August 22, 2011

  • Time: 20:00 IDT (8:00 PM local time in Israel)
  • GBTV Broadcast Times:
    • LIVE: Event begins at 1:00pm ET
  • Venue: Old Train Station Plaza – Jerusalem, Israel

The Courage to Declare: Wednesday, August 24, 2011

  • Time: 17:00 IDT (5:00 PM local time in Israel)
  • GBTV Broadcast Times:
    • LIVE: One hour pre-show begins at 9:00am ET followed by the event at 10:00am ET
  • Venue: Davidson Center –  Jerusalem, Israel

Although tickets to this event are sold out, you can watch the program LIVE on GBTV – or at Safra Square in Jerusalem. Viewing at Safra Square is free and no tickets are required. Seating at Safra begins at 16:00 IDT. To read more about these events click on this:



  1. The best news I’ve heard in quite some time, Glory Be To God!

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  3. I just watched the first event today on GBTV. It was wonderfully inspiring. To think it took place in the amphitheater at Caesarea, where I have visited twice, and to see such an important step toward understanding between Christians and Jews, was an awesome experience. I’m looking forward to the next 3 events. If you like Glenn Beck, I urge you to subscribe to his new tv station; it’s only $5 a month or $50 for the year. You can watch it on your computers, smart phones, ipad, etc. He will have a 2 hour show every week day from 5-7 pm ET starting in September. Go to

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