One New Man Worship IsraelThe producers of the internationally-acclaimed Adonai today have released a new worship series titled One New Man Worship.

Bringing together Jew and Gentile from the ends of the earth to worship as One New Man, the series takes its title from Ephesians 2:14-15, which says, “For He is our peace, who made both one [Jew and Gentile] and tore down the wall of separation … to make in Himself One New Man from the two, resulting in peace.”

This series will seek to capture combined worship from every continent — Asia, Africa, North and South America, Europe, Australia and Antarctica — for the first time in history, demonstrating God’s promise of peace as the children of covenant and grace join as one in the Messiah.

The first release in the series, titled One New Man Worship: from The Land of Israel, is set in Israel, the birthplace of Yeshua (Jesus). The CD gathers worship experiences of both Jewish and Gentile believers (including Jewish and Arab believers worshipping together) in a pivotal step toward real peace, the peace that surpasses all understanding.

One New Man Worship: from The Land of Israel features 16 songs from 16 artists, including popular worship leaders Paul Wilbur, Karen Davis, Barry and Batya Segal, Chuck King and Jordan Elias. The CD, which is packaged with a bonus DVD featuring a powerful message on the One New Man from Pastor David Davis of Israel’s Carmel Assembly, is jointly released today by City of Peace Media and Galilee of the Nations and distributed by Provident-Integrity Distribution.

The release date of One New Man Worship: from The Land of Israel coincides with the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C.

“As the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks approaches us, unfortunately things haven’t changed much. The cycle of violence continues and the nations are still searching for world peace,” says Yochanan Ben Yehuda, founder of Galilee of the Nations. “I believe it’s time we look to the Prince of Peace for our answer. His given name in Hebrew is Yeshua. In Arabic, he is called Yasu. But most of the world knows him as Jesus, the Son of God and Savior of this world, who brings peace that surpasses all understanding to those who believe in Him. The One New Man Worship series will encourage the United States, Israel, the Arab Nations and the the entire world to return to the Lord and to His truth found in Scripture.”

For more information on One New Man Worship: from The Land of Israel and the One New Man Worship series, visit, or


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