Jill Curry

Jill Curry is the coordinator of the Jewish Prayer Focus ministry and the author of The Anzac Call.

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A Kingdom Not of this World

A Kingdom Not of this World

We have just witnessed the inauguration of a president in the US who is likely to be far less pro-Israel, pro-life or pro-freedom than the last. Many intercessors, who have believed the consensus of prophetic voices, are disappointed and confused.

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In the Wilderness

In the Wilderness

After a tour group returned from Israel having done a study tour, I asked several members of the group what the highlight was for them. I was very surprised when a number of them replied ‘our time in the desert’! I was so fascinated that I decided to spend some time...

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The Coronavirus Sabbath Rest

The Coronavirus Sabbath Rest

With the global sweep of the coronavirus pandemic, our world has suddenly changed. Normal life is no longer normal and probably never will be again. The planet is undergoing violent shakings of illness and death with a massive economic fallout that leaves us all reeling. However, there are positives that have come out of this worldwide wake-up call.

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Healing for a Burnt and Broken Land

Healing for a Burnt and Broken Land

Australia has had an unprecedented season of prolonged and intense bushfires, described by many as Armageddon, causing devastation of human life, homes and livelihoods, forests and agriculture, wildlife, stock, crops and infrastructure.

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Was Jesus Crucified and Buried on the Mount of Olives?

Was Jesus Crucified and Buried on the Mount of Olives?

Those who travel to Israel are generally familiar with two possible sites for the crucifixion and burial of Jesus. If you come from a Roman Catholic or Orthodox background, you will most likely visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre which has been the traditional site since the time of Constantine in the 4th Century.

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A Unique Contribution…and Why We Should Remember Them

A Unique Contribution…and Why We Should Remember Them

No other Australian family has made such an ongoing and vital contribution to Australia’s military history as the Lovett family. Twenty one (!) men and women from their family have served in the Australian Armed Forces from World War I to today. In fact, their contribution is unique in the entire commonwealth. And what’s more, they are aboriginal!

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