The Kindertransport – Jason Hensley

Jason Hensley was born in California and lives in Los Angeles and for many years has been a member of the Christadelphian Church or ecclesia at Simi Hills.
Jason is the principal of a small private school, Heritage College in California and a professor of religion and Holocaust studies at Gratz Academy. He frequently lectures on the Holocaust, as well as the Bible, Christianity, Judaism and related topics throughout North America.
Jason joins wildernessconversations to discuss a book he authored, entitled:
“Part of the Family: Christadelphians, the Kindertransport and the Rescue from the Holocaust”

The Raid on Entebbe– Rami Sherman

46 years ago, Rami was the Operations Officer of the Sayeret Matkal Commando unit in the IDF and took part in the scarcely credible events of July 4th 1976 when he and elite forces of the IDF rescued 102 Jewish and Israeli hostages from capture in Entebbe, Uganda.

David a witness to the peoples – James Andrews

James Andrews lives in Coventry the United Kingdom – a city about 180 kms North West of London, near Birmingham. James is a member of the Kenilworth Christadelphian church or ecclesia, a town just outside Coventry.
James recently wrote a 3 – part article in the Christadelphian Magazine about David entitled – David a witness to the peoples. It catalogues the vast extent to which David’s life was bound up with not only his own people but by those from the neighbouring nations. The definitive reference to the “tabernacle of David” by James in Acts 15 at the Jerusalem conference suggests that this involvement with people outside of Israel is key to our understanding of Gods plan.