Israeli nonprofit sparks a national movement to show God’s love for the orphan.
Be’ad Chaim is dedicated to protecting both the mother and the child in their quest to stop abortion in Israel and raise public awareness on the sanctity of life from conception.
Gathering regularly for worship and prayer, the members of the congregation are concerned also about deepening their relationships, to share struggles and victories, and to study the Word together.
Lech L’cha, a 3-month discipleship school, was launched specifically to take on this challenge. Its purpose is to equip young Israeli believers for their future while keeping Jesus at the center of all they do.
Through Operation Hesed, the Hebrew word for grace, Hope for Israel ministry delivers food packages to close to one thousand underprivileged households in Israel just in time for the holidays.
"The month of Tishrei is considered the holiest month of the Hebrew calendar and contains several significant holidays, through which I have learned much about the culture, people and even more about the God of Israel, and what these events mean to us as believers."
"Before we, as Gentile Christians, can step up to our role in the Jews’ restoration, we must understand our relationship with them."
"In an age where some denominations, whether by arrogance, ignorance or misunderstanding have written “Replaced” over Israel, it is increasingly important we understand the danger of this belief."
1. SPRING CLEANING Yep, it’s that time of year! A time to declutter… and finally go through that pile of papers staked on the countertop...
"It wasn’t until a few years ago that it dawned on me that Yeshua has an earthly family – with traditions and holidays that God Himself set in place. As much as I loved Yeshua, I had never considered that I had been cordially and biblically invited to celebrate those holidays!"