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Save The DateThursday, patient October 23, 2014, 7pm

QC Night To Honor Israel

Heritage Church
4801 44th St
Rock Island, IL 61201

Irving Roth – 2014 QCNTHI – Keynote Speaker

Irving Roth is the Director of the Holocaust Resource Center at the Temple Judea of Manhasset, New York, and is the former education director of the Holocaust Memorial and Education Center of Nassau County. internationally known educator, Mr. Roth has endeavored to teach people about the Holocaust and the lessons that can be learned from that experience. Through his participation in programs such as Adopt A Survivor, viagra in which young people ‘adopt’ a Holocaust survivor and learn of his or her experiences, and the March of the Living, Mr. Roth has worked to ensure that an atrocity like the Holocaust never happens again. Many people throughout his community owe their knowledge of the Holocaust to Mr. Roth. Mr. Roth has been the recipient of numerous awards and accolades for his work promoting a more accepting and diverse world. It is his life’s mission to make the world a better place that has earned Mr. Roth the Spirit of Anne Frank Award.

 

Pastor Lyndon Allen – 2014 QCNTHI – Guest Speaker

Lyndon Allen serves as CUFI’s Central Regional Coordinator. He is the pastor of Woodmont Bible Church in Nashville, Tennessee. Since working as a recording artist in the mid-90’s Allen has served in a variety of capacities including in the publishing, banking, telecommunications and pharmaceutical industries. Since 2003. Allen has worked as a lay minister and teacher, specializing in pastoral marriage counseling. In Nashville, he has served on the Board of the Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center and currently sits on the boards of Faith for All Ministries  and the Operation Andrew Group. Prior to joining CUFI, Allen visited Israel twice on religious and government tours. In 2012, Allen launched Total Life Victory, an organization dedicated to teaching about the importance of the Hebraic roots of the Church. He hosts a Sunday weekly radio program- The Total Life Victory Radio Show.  Allen holds a degree from Biola University in La Mirada, CA focused on Organizational Leadership with an emphasis on Biblical Studies and Apologetics. He and his wife Sharyl currently live in Brentwood, TN, and are the proud parents of four wonderful children.

 

Ali Stern – 2014 QCNTHI Guest Speaker

Ali Stern was born in Washington D.C and grew up in Boulder, CO. She received her Bachelors degree in Sociology and Near Eastern Judaic Studies from Brandeis University. In 2008, Stern moved to Israel to attend the Pardes Institute for Judaic Studies. Stern received her Master degree in Community Leadership and Philanthropy Studies from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She served as the International Resource Development Coordinator for MASLAN- The Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Support Center in Beer Sheva, Israel. In 2011, Stern proudly joined The Jewish Agency for Israel as a Grant Writer. She has written extensively on Ethiopian immigration to Israel, and had the privilege of attending the dedication of the computer lab at the Ibim Absorption Center in Sderot that QC Night To Honor Israel partially financed. Stern currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio with her husband, Noam.

 

Jessica Marzucco – 2014 QCNTHI – Guest Speaker

Jessica Marzucco works with CUFI on Campus’s outreach in American universities and colleges as well as in CUFI’s National office where she helps create resources and programing for the students.

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Jessica studied Theology at Regent University where she founded a CUFI on Campus chapter and led a Life Group and Bible Study. She visited Israel several times, returning to the USA to speak in churches, synagogues, and major pro-Israel conferences before accepting a position with CUFI in 2013.

The young Israeli volunteer from the Peoria Jewish Federation, Vered Karasenty

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Vered Karasenty attended the Night to Honor Israel in 2012 in the Quad Cities.  As she was recently getting ready to move back to Israel, her last article in the Peoria Jewish Federation newsletter said the following:  “The thing that most surprised me this year was the Night to Honor Israel in the Quad Cities.  Growing up watching Israel on CNN made me think that the world doesn’t understand nor support us.  So you can probably imagine how shocking that night was for me.  I almost asked someone there ‘Why?’  But the Doors sing ‘Oh don’t ask why’.  So, I take home with me an unforgettable night and a bunch of love for Israel.”

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