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November 14, 2019 – Dallas, TX – Christian Women in Media Founder, Suellen Roberts, recently returned from a high-level media summit held in Israel, hosted by the Israeli Government Press Office. Roberts met President Rivlin after his speech at the President’s residence in Jerusalem. A luncheon was held at the residence for the journalists afterward.
Roberts, along with representatives from thirty countries, joined the Israeli Government Press Office and Director Nitzan Chen for the three-day Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem. The summit brought together top-tier Christian journalists, news executives, founders and CEO’s from around the globe. Leaders dialogued about key topics relevant to Israel and the Christian world. An additional goal was to foster better understanding and strengthen the friendship between Christians worldwide and the State of Israel.
Presenters included Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the President of Israel, Reuven Rivlin, with whom Roberts had a private conversation and U.S. Ambassador David Friedman. Prime Minister Netanyahu said “We have no better friends in the world than our Christian friends”. Roberts was also a part of a historic signing of a proclamation at the Golan Heights, where corporate prayer was said over that region for the first time ever. “This was one of the informative and inspirational conferences I have been a part of and I was honored to be included,” said Roberts. “As we stretch our arms worldwide, Christian Women in Media’s ultimate goal is to build awareness of the continued anti-Semitism globally.”
To speak further to Suellen Roberts about this historic trip or find out more information about Christian Women in Media, visit CWIMA’s website at: www.cwima.org.