KNI recently featured five believing ministries that meet the needs of the poor here. In part two, we highlight another five local and international ministries that bring aid to Israelis.
Recognizing that abortion can be a traumatic experience for many women, an Israeli pro-life organization, Be’ad Chaim, offers a post-abortion Bible study course to help women overcome troubling issues such as guilt, anger and grief that result from terminating a pregnancy.
The IAF is now actively seeking to recruit more women to its fighter pilot course and believers, too, have answered this call.
"Women and men who have suffered the loss of a baby through abortion or miscarriage are invited to plant a tree in their child’s honor at the Be’ad Chaim Gardens of Life on January 31, 2018, the day of this year’s Tu b’Shvat holiday."
KNI has highlighted five believing ministries that help the poor and vulnerable in Israel. Importantly, these ministries also provide opportunities for believers from anywhere to join the work as volunteers, pray and donate financially.
The freshly renovated ministry center of the Amud HaEsh, an Ethiopian Jewish congregation in downtown Jerusalem, has a simple and practical, warm and welcoming feel to it.
Christmas Festivities are set to continue in Nazareth, despite media reports that the city’s Arab Muslim mayor had canceled all celebrations in protest at U.S. President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
According to a new report issued by the National Health Institute (NHI), more than 1.8 million people were living below the poverty line in Israel last year.
Also known as the Feast of Dedication or the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday through which believers can, and do, express their love and worship of Yeshua the Messiah even though the holiday itself is a biblical feast.
In a recently published discovery at the Holy Sepulcher church in Jerusalem, researchers confirmed that the mortar and marble of a structure covering what is believed to be Yeshua’s burial bed dates back to 345 AD, the time of Roman Emperor Constantine.