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Although out of an abundance of caution CUFI has cancelled local events for the near future, that doesn’t mean you can’t keep learning with us virtually through CUFI Webinars!

In upcoming weeks, we will be hosting a variety of accomplished speakers, featuring members of CUFI’s team and friends of CUFI from around the world, focused on significant topics such as the biblical origins of Christian Zionism, Israel’s 2016 Operation Good Neighbor humanitarian aid project, putting your faith into action, and CUFI’s support for the Never Again Education Act.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to get informed about important Israel-related topics from the comfort of your home. Join us for a live webinar. We’ll see you (virtually) soon!

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Jessica Marzucco
National Direction for CUFI on Campus
Palestinian Human rights
Monday, March 30, 2020 7:00pm eastern
(6:00pm central; 5:00pm mountain; 4:00pm pacific)

Randy Neal
CUFI National Outreach Director
Why Israel
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 12:00pm eastern
(11:00am central; 10:00am mountain; 9:00am pacific)

Pastor Scott Thomas
CUFI Executive Board
The Biblical Origins of Christian Zionism
Friday, April 3, 2020 12:00pm eastern
(11:00am central; 10:00am mountain; 9:00am pacific)

Ltc. Eyal Dror
Founder and Commander of IDF’s “Good Neighbor” Unit
Operation Good Neighbor
Monday, April 6, 2020 12:00pm eastern
(11:00am central; 10:00am mountain; 9:00am pacific)

Dumisani Washington
CUFI Diversity Outreach Coordinator
MLK Pro-Israel legacy
Wednesday, April 8, 2020 12:00pm eastern
(11:00am central; 10:00am mountain; 9:00am pacific)

Kasim Hafeez
CUFI Middle East Analyst
Incitement
Friday, April 10, 2020 12:00pm eastern
(11:00am central; 10:00am mountain; 9:00am pacific)

More coming soon...


Meet our Hosts

Corina Cater

Corina Cater
Communications Associate

Corina Cater is the newest member of CUFI’s Policy and Communications department and holds the position of Communications Associate. She formerly served as Chapter President of Belhaven University’s CUFI on Campus chapter from 2016-2018 and was selected as a Bonhoeffer Fellow in 2017. Holding a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Belhaven University and a few credits away from earning an M.A. in Biblical Studies from South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary, Corina’s passion is expositing the Word of God for the people of God through writing and speaking.

Corina Cater

Dumisani Washington
CUFI Diversity Outreach Coordinator

Dumisani Washington is a pastor, composer, author and music teacher in Northern California. Washington’s Israel journey began in the early 1990s in a quest to better understand the roots of his Christian faith. The trek became cultural as he studied the Jewish Diaspora and became intrigued by Israel’s multi-ethnic identity; and the return of the Diaspora from Ethiopia, India/Burma, Kaifeng and the world. Washington’s first book, ZIONISM & THE BLACK CHURCH: Why Standing With Israel Will Be a Defining Issue for Christians of Color in the 21st Century was released September 2014. Washington’s production company (June 25th Music) first album, The Hebrew Project, Vol. 1: From Beyond the Rivers, is a musical/cultural stand with the nation of Israel. Washington is a graduate of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and director of The Zion Academy of Music in Stockton, CA. Washington is senior pastor of the Congregation of Zion in Stockton. He and his wife, Valerie, have been married for 26 years, and have six children ages 14 to 25. Washington serves as CUFI’s Diversity Outreach Coordinator.

Corina Cater

Lieutenant Colonel Eyal Dror
Founder and Commander of IDF’s “Good Neighbor” Unit

Lieutenant Colonel Eyal Dror (IDF res.), the founder and commander of the IDF’s “Good Neighbor” unit, served as an officer in the IDF for over 20 years in a variety of positions in the frontline as a coordination and liaison officer in the Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT).

During Operation Good Neighbor, Dror orchestrated over 700 humanitarian aid missions, oversaw the establishment of a hospital for expectant mothers in which over 1,000 babies have been born, and supervised the supply of thousands of tons of food, medicine, and clothing to Syrian citizens in the border region. Through the Good Neighbor campaign, under Dror’s command, nearly 1,500 sick children were treated, and 5,000 wounded civilians evacuated from the Syrian border for treatment inside the state of Israel. Dror lives in Kibbutz Sde Nehemia with his wife and three children.

Corina Cater

Jessica Marzucco
National Director of CUFI on Campus

Jessica Marzucco serves as the National Director of CUFI on Campus and previously served as the CUFI on Campus Director of Education. Jessica studied Theology at Regent University where she was the founding president of the CUFI on Campus chapter there. She traveled to 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. She is passionate about educating and equipping Christian young men and women with the tools they need to stand for truth.

Corina Cater

Kasim Hafeez
CUFI’s Middle East Anyalist

Kasim Hafeez is a British citizen of Pakistani Muslim heritage who grew up being exposed to radical anti-Western, anti-Semitic and anti-Israel ideas on a daily basis. During his teenage years Kasim embraced a radical Islamist ideology and became very active in the anti-Israel movement. Thankfully Alan Dershowitz’s book ‘The Case for Israel’ challenged Kasim’s fundamental beliefs and caused him to undertake a period of research and reflection that led him to Israel in 2007. Witnessing the true nature of the Jewish state changed Kasim’s perception of Israel. He felt a moral obligation to publically speak out for Israel and the dangers of radical Islam. He has spoken all over the world including the 2013 Global Forum on Combatting Anti-Semitism. Kasim has appeared on radio and television and print media.

Corina Cater

Pastor John Hagee
Founder and National Chairman of CUFI, CUFI Executive Board, Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church

Pastor John Hagee is the founder and Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, a non-denominational evangelical church with more than 20,000 active members. Pastor Hagee is also founder and President of Hagee Ministries (HM), which telecasts his national radio and television teachings throughout America and around the world. In 2006, Pastor Hagee founded, and is the National Chairman of Christians United For Israel (CUFI) which has grown to become the largest pro-Israel organization in the United States with over 6 million members and one of the leading Christian grassroots movements in the world. Pastor Hagee is the author of 34 books including five New York Times best sellers.

Corina Cater

Pastor Scott Thomas
CUFI Florida State Director and Executive Board

Pastor Scott Thomas has served as full-time church/pastoral leadership since 1991 and has been a passionate advocate for Christian-Jewish Solidarity for the last twenty-three years. He is the Founder and Lead Pastor of Free Life Chapel in Lakeland, Florida. He is the CUFI Florida State Director and serves on the CUFI Executive Board.

Corina Cater

Randal Neal
National Outreach Director

In 2006, Pastor John Hagee invited Randy Neal to become CUFI’s first full-time grassroots organizer. In this position, Neal pioneered the programming and procedures that have since been implemented nationally to grow CUFI into the largest pro-Israel organization in America. Neal came to CUFI with over a decade of experience in educating Christians about the biblical mandate to support Israel, the history of Christian anti-Semitism, and political activism in the faith community. Neal has served on the Northwest board of the America Israel Public Affairs Committee and is among the most sought-after Christian speakers on the topic of Israel and Christian support for the Jewish State. According to Israel Defense Force Col. and Vice Commander Bentzi Gruber: “Randy gives important facts about Israel that even many Israelis do not know.” Neal serves as CUFI’s National Outreach Director and Western Regional Coordinator.

Corina Cater

Sandra Parker
Chairman of the Board of CUFI Action Fund

A native of San Antonio, Texas Sandra Parker has been practicing law for over a decade and specializes in non-profit law. Before her career as In-House Counsel, Sandra practiced corporate and non-profit law for Rosenthal Pauerstein Sandoloski and Agather LLP where she was chosen a “Top Lawyer” by her peers and featured in S.A. Scene in 2013. Mrs. Parker currently serves as Chairman of the Board of CUFI Action Fund, the political arm of the over 8 million member Christians United for Israel.