Outreach is why we exist! Our lives are dedicated to bringing hope to our Israeli people with the news that Yeshua is alive! In fact, we believe it is the very height of anti-Semitism to say we love our Jewish people, and yet deny them the opportunity to hear the Good News—that Yeshua is their Messiah!
Books such as Why Me? by Jacob Damkani, Betrayed by Stan Telchin, and They Thought for Themselves, compiled by Sid Roth, are vital, powerful books sharing stories of those who have come to faith. We print 50,000 of Betrayed at a time, and make them available to all the leaders and outreach teams in the land.
Our congregation regularly shares one-on-one with those who will listen on the streets and beaches. There are lots of hurting people in Israel, and they are hungry to have someone listen to them, share their pain, and give them hope. That’s what we do, yet it is a well-known fact that sharing with one’s close friends and relatives is the most effective way to bring people to a personal acquaintance with their God.
Our Holiday celebrations provide an opportunity to make many new friends. Our congregation regularly plans celebrations at Passover, Succot (Feast of Tabernacles), Rosh Hashana (Biblical Feast of Trumpets / Jewish New Year), Shavuot (Feast of Weeks), Bar Mitzvahs, weddings, Brit Milas, dedications and other festive events. This is when our community has the joy of inviting their non-believing families and friends. It is at these events that we are able to introduce to unbelievers the lifestyle of a Messianic Jewish believer—filled with love, caring, sharing, and joy.
It is often that those who come to faith first hear the Good News when visiting one of our celebrations.