After ministry in the Solomon Islands, Pastor Avi and Chaya Mizrachi from Tel Aviv will visit their old friends in Cairns, Pastors Norman and Barbara Miller and minister there at a Shabbat meal on Friday night 18 August at 6pm and a conference from 10am-5pm Sat 19th and 10am-1pm Sun 20th.
Avi and Chaya Mizrachi are the founding pastors of Adonai Roi Congregation and Dugit Outreach Ministries. Avi is a recognized leader in Israel and an international conference speaker. His heart’s desire is to share the Good News with Israelis and disciple them to become strong believers, rooted and grounded in the word of God. Chaya has a heart to minister the love and healing power of Yeshua to Israeli women. Chaya has also led teams to work in bomb shelters during war times in Israel.
The venue is the Tabernacle of David Cairns, entry through the Munganbana Reef and Rainforest Aboriginal Art Gallery at 33 Lake St, Cairns CBD.
Norman and Barbara are the founders of the Indigenous Friends of Israel – expressing the voice of Indigenous people, the First Nations voice, in support of Israel through education and advocacy – https://indigenousfriendsofisrael.org/.
Ps Norman and Ps Barbara Miller’s ministry has a strong focus on reconciliation, justice, prayer and worship. Norman is also an Aboriginal artist with his own gallery (www.munganbana.com.au) and coffee table art book. Barbara is also a former psychologist, a sociologist, mediator, teacher, and author (www.barbara-miller-books.com). They founded the Centre for International Reconciliation & Peace as a para-church ministry.
The Millers planted a church in Cairns, Australia in 1996 & set the Centre up in 1997 holding an international conference on reconciliation in Cairns in 1998. Since then they have hosted about 20 conferences in Australia and one in Israel, having been to Israel a dozen times. They have been celebrating the Biblical feasts of Israel for over 25 years and have ministered widely internationally.