As Israel grieves and responds to the attacks carried out by Hamas terrorists, some of the Jewish state’s strongest allies in the west — evangelical Christians — are leaning in to offer support.

Faith-based activist groups like Christians United for Israel (CUFI) and Concerned Women for America (CWA) have long emphasized a need for a pro-Israel posture both geopolitically and culturally. Following the devastating attacks Oct. 7, they are moving into action.

CUFI, whose stated mission is a “movement designed to unify Christians across all denominational and cultural boundaries in support of Israel,” has already donated  $1 million to first responders, hospitals and others on the ground in Israel providing life-saving care to victims.