By Staff Report

People from across the greater Tampa Bay area will gather to show their support for the people and nation of Israel. This event will take place on Thursday, April 18 from 7-9 p.m. at Bell Shoals’s Baptist Church, located at 2102 Bell Shoals Rd., in Brandon.

Jonathan Cahn, author of the New York Times bestseller The Harbinger will address the anticipated crowd of over 3,000 people. Cahn is known for bringing out the deep mysteries and rich revelations of God’s word, as well as restoring the originally biblically Jewish context and flavor of the New Testament. He leads Hope of the World, an outreach dedicated to spreading the word of God and the love of God to all who need, through television, radio, shortwave, and more, and through projects of compassion to the world’s poorest.

Dynamic worship led by recording artist, Joshua Aaron, and a multi-congregational band and choir will kick off the evening.

“God has promised to bless those that bless Israel and we are doing that in a very practical way by gathering in a show of support for our long-time ally – the nation of Israel – and blessing her people through an offering taken at the event, which will go to five deserving charities in Israel,” says Brandon area pastor, Matt Moore, Director of Bless Israel USA 2013-Tampa Bay.

Cahn is a sought-after speaker and author on issues of Biblical prophecy and recently received wide acclaim for his message at the Presidential Inaugural Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C.

Advance tickets to the event are $10 ($15 at the door) and are on sale now at The cost is $5 for students and children. Vendor opportunities are available by calling Michelle Simoneau at 727-483-1062.


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Kelly Wise Valdes
Kelly Wise Valdes has been writing for the Osprey Observer since 2008. She graduated in 1989 from Florida Southern College with a B.S. in Communications and enjoys writing and traveling. She currently resides in northern Hillsborough County with her husband, David. When not traveling and writing, Kelly and her husband enjoy spending time with their five grown children (as well as their grandchildren) that still keep them very busy.