God called us to be peacemakers and bridge builders, and that calling has to translate itself not only in the message we preach, but the actions we take.

Our humanitarian projects have a massive impact on the communities we reach, because behind the work, the service and the actions is the greatest force on earth — the love of God.

How do you reflect God’s love in a dark world? Through kindness, aiming to help in times of need.

There’s no greater gift than to become an answer to someone’s prayer, to know you were the blessing someone was praying for — that is love in action, the kind of love that saves.

Our humanitarian work was always built on a vision to be bridge builders between Jews and Arabs in the Land.

Many new immigrant families are amazed when visiting our relief center to find Jewish and Arab believers standing and working side by side, helping, building, uniting.

They come to receive aid, and leave with so much more having experienced the presence of God.

That was the case with Daria, who first came to us for humanitarian relief, but felt she had to come back with her mother and aunt, just so they can witness what she witnessed: Arab believers blessing Jewish people in Israel.

A truly surreal and remarkable sight for many in these dark and troubled times. One that opens their eyes and hearts to the reality of God.

That is what you are supporting when you are partnering with our humanitarian work. The driving force behind a helping hand is LOVE, and that makes a bigger difference than you can imagine.

You can be a part of this transformative power of God’s love by partnering with us in building those bridges between Jews and Arabs in Israel today.

“You will be enriched in every way to be generous in every way, which through us will produce thanksgiving to God.” — 2 Corinthians 9:11