"My name is Alona... Leaders from my congregation told me about the opportunity to work with Holocaust Survivors and I felt in my heart to serve in this area."
"Sam is the son of a widow who made Aliyah from Africa. Raised in a believing home, he, his mother and his siblings regularly attended a congregation. But he himself did not believe. Little did he know however, that like King David, or Saul of Tarshish, Sam was one of God’s chosen ones."
"God states in His word that if we give, it will come back to us: pressed down, shaken together and running over. Our staff were in awe of Amira’s story as she shared of what happened when she gave from the little she had and watched God multiply it before her eyes."
Working with the banking systems, social security offices, lawyers, and bureaucracy can be some of the most hair pulling experiences. Lots of time, patience and Israeli “Chutzpa”, aka audacity, is required in order to obtain the goal. But what if one is an immigrant who does not know their rights or the language?
"In today’s culture, we are taught to care for the nature around us, but not to care for the stranger. In a capitalist society, we learn that the strong ones survive but the weak ones perish... But the way of our God takes us on an entirely different course."
Jenny is a 78 year old Holocaust Survivor. Born in Ukraine, she was only three years old when the Nazis took over her country and turned it entirely into a Ghetto. For three excruciating years, she and her family lived in the worst of conditions with a horse’s stable as a home.
"If you are struggling with stress, or fear, or a heaviness that seems stubborn to go, I encourage you to make a conscious decision to open your mouth with praise. Praise is one of the weapons God has given us believers to use against our adversary."
"In any given day, we as believers could easily be made aware of hundreds of problems that either we or others are facing. We usually comfort our friends and family with the words: “I will pray for you.” But do we? Do we forget? Do we get discouraged and give up?"
"Many of today’s young adults are lacking one very important aspect in their upbringing: A mentor... On Wednesday, November 16, 2016, CBN Israel was given that opportunity. Our staff was invited by Lech Lecha, an organization for ex-soldiers, to offer financial and spiritual counsel."