Who are we?
Love Never Fails (LNF) was an initiative by several British Christian organisations in the late 1990s to demonstrate through action a sincere repentance and sorrow for British anti-semitism through the ages. Since then, LNF has become a wide-ranging alliance of Israel-related organisations and charities and has continued to show love and practical support for Israel and the Jewish people through its projects in Britain and Israel.
Repentance and reconciliation projects carried out by Love Never Fails
More about LNF
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The LNF Ministries
A list of all the member organisations of LNF with website and contact details.
Since our inception as a repentance initiative, we have undertaken many projects, both large and small, in support of our vision. The most significant are listed here...
William Hechler was a close companion and mentor to Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism. When Herzl was beginning to formulate his ideas towards a movement for the restoration of a Jewish state at the end of the nineteenth century, Hechler was serving as Chaplain to the British Ambassador in Vienna, Herzl’s home city.[…]
Besides our work with and in the former Atlit detention camp, LNF has taken part in a number of memorial actions in Israel, in order to express sorrow and repentance for the negative actions of British forces and officials during the Mandate period. In some cases these have been “one off” placements of a plaque[…]
Several years before the November 2017 anniversary of the Balfour Declaration’s publication, LNF was looking at possible ways of marking this key date in both the Jewish and British calendars. A number of options were discarded and eventually we agreed that a large-scale public celebration for both Jews and Christians to attend would be the[…]
To support our vision of expressing repentance through acts of righteousness, we have published several books, booklets and other media that have aimed to correct historic anti-semitic attitudes in the Christian church, traditionally expressed in Britain through so-called “replacement theology”. “Are We On The Edge of Judgement?” (2003) Prompted by what was probably the[…]
In October 1997 Sister Pista, of the Evangelical Sisters of Mary, spoke at the Christian Feast of Tabernacles organised by the International Christian Embassy, Jerusalem. She called for repentance from the Church for its 2,000 year history of antisemitism. This call was picked up by the Trustees of Christian Friends of Israel, who decided that[…]