Terry writes, "We are thrilled to be able to share with you some of the answers we have recently received to prayer. We have begun to see signs and wonders in our congregation Kehilat Poriya and, of late words of knowledge have come ... followed by healings."
"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."
"Looking through the scriptures, we find that Yeshua was interested in meeting both the spiritual and physical needs of His people. Often, it was the meeting of a physical need that opened the eyes of Israel to their Messiah."
One of Revive Israel's neighbors here at Yad HaShmona is the King David Therapeutic Riding Stables. Together we have been developing a unique partnership over the last number of years that is impacting families and children, and especially single parent families.
"Some years ago, God gave us a vision to create an after-school program that would bring together children from our diverse community in a fun and creative atmosphere. In any given year around 40 children attend, both Jewish and Arab."
Moti writes, "We understand, as a congregation, that as part of the Israeli society, our strength is also measured by how we treat the weak and the poor; those who have nothing, but desperately need the love of God."
Leon writes, "I would never personally have thought of creating a dedicated prayer room. Therefore, when the phrase "prophetic studio" appeared in my mind, I knew that it must be from the Lord."
Eddie writes, "As we exercise our faith, we will be stretched beyond the natural into the supernatural. Signs and wonders WILL follow us; the sick will be healed, the dead raised, lepers cleansed and the lost will be saved."
Eddie writes, "2017 promises to be an extraordinary year of darkness covering the earth and light filled Kingdom advances."
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?