"In my job, every day, all day, I work with families in crisis. I find that people are very tired from running life’s marathon; yes we are in a marathon."
"When we pray, God hears us. And when we walk in faith, fear has to flee. I am confident that there are so many things God does on our behalf in response to prayer that we are not able to see with our physical eyes."
"The word of God gives us plenty of examples of mistakes others have made before us so that we can learn from them and avoid those same pitfalls."
"I learned my lesson the hard way. It is better not to make hasty, emotional vows at all, then to vow and realize after the fact that I can’t come through because I didn’t count the cost."
"An elderly woman, who was recently widowed, came to us excited about the possibility of purchasing a new home. Ruth had received a large sum of money and was eager to buy a place in order to turn it into a ministry house for women."
Do you go through life proclaiming, “I can do ALL things through Christ who gives me the strength”, but still find yourself overwhelmed and stressed by all that you “need to do”?
"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?
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