A major part of the reconciliation and friendship that we as Arab believers have been building with Israel’s Jewish communities have been through our humanitarian projects aimed at blessing them with essential humanitarian aid. During this time of Shavuot and Pentecost we want to shine the love of Jesus among our Jewish neighbors by blessing more than 500 families with special food boxes containing non-perishable and nutritious food products, as well as special gifts and treats to commemorate Shavuot/Pentecost.
These precious Jewish families that we will be helping consist of Holocaust survivors, Ukrainian and Russian refugees, as well as orphan IDF soldiers. We want to reveal to these precious Holocaust survivors what the love of Jesus and Christianity really looks like, and that it’s not the Christianity that they saw during the Holocaust and pogroms of the Second World War. We want them to experience the love of God for what it really is!
The Ukrainian and Russian refugees will also be a special focus of ours, as they have all gone through hardships in fleeing their homelands due to the war and conflict going on there. They are also forming a part if the prophetic return of the Jewish people to Israel, and we want to bless the move of God, by blessing these dear ones.
We will also be reaching out to orphaned Israeli soldiers during this time, seeing that they do not have families to host and love them during this special time. We want them to know that He has a special plan for their lives, and that He loves them, with an everlasting love. In Psalm 27:10 we read “For my father and my mother have forsaken me, but the LORD will take me in.”
We would like to ask you to please consider blessing a Holocaust Survivor, a family of Ukrainian or Russian refugees, or an orphaned soldier with a special Shavuot/Pentecost food box for $40. Perhaps you, your home group, or church would like to support multiple individuals with a $40 care package?
Please prayerfully consider helping us share the love and message of Jesus by showing His love and care to the people of Israel during this time of Shavuot/Pentecost.
Thanks and God bless!