ADOPT A STUDENT
We have just begun our second discipleship program!
This time we will be focusing on the Kingdom of God on earth as it is in heaven.
We will go in depth into the parables of the Kingdom as we work in the field, spending time in worship and prayer, and meeting different leaders in the Body in Israel, to receive impartation from their journey with God.
Each of young Israelis coming to be discipled is a reflection of the colorful tapestry of Israeli society.
You're invited to partner with us by adopting a student!
is a new believer who came to the Lord from an ultra-Orthodox background a year and a half ago, very eager to learn the Word of God and to share the Gospel with other Orthodox in the Land. He has a unique voice and expresses his faith journey through poems and songs; and soon will be recording his first original song.
is a faithful disciple of the Messiah who is looking to deepen his relationship and identity in the Lord. He comes from a Russian background and is in his late thirties.
comes from an Ethiopian background, was raised by a single mom, and because he wasn't able to enlist into the military, he decided to join the discipleship program. He recently came back to the Lord and is very eager to start receiving training and equipping.
decided to join the discipleship after he saw the change in his older brother's life in our previous discipleship program. He also comes from a Russian background and serves in his congregation in the south.
came to faith about 8 years ago through playing soccer with Messianic believers. He comes from a Muslim background, and his family released him to participate in the discipleship, though they don't know yet the fullness of his faith. The Lord saved him from drug usage in a miraculous way.
is a young Israeli woman who recently finished her military service. She comes from a conservative Messianic family, and is seeking to know the Lord more in her daily life, and to live fully for Him.
participated in the last discipleship program, where she was baptized and decided to further connect with our local community. Now she is coming back as a second-year student, where she will be receiving more responsibilities. We are excited to see how she has matured in the Lord and in her identity.
is part of our core community. She recently heard from the Lord to join the program fully, serving as an intern. She is in a season of contending for open doors, and decided to dedicate this time to consecrate herself to God in faith to hear from Him for the next steps.
Please prayerfully consider adopting one or more of these students for prayer and a financial scholarship.
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HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR PREVIOUS DISCIPLESHIP
“People warned me the farm work would be hard, but it has actually been good. The fact that I learned to use a pick and hoe, and make farming terraces—was grace. And to be able to do it with joy and a smile, while receiving from God, in His creation… Wow! I did not expect it. Even waking up at 5 AM has not been so bad, and we take breaks in the morning to share in God’s Word together while drinking coffee. You get revelations. Digging old roots out of the ground is like getting rid of bad roots from my heart. When I saw Tal breaking large rocks I was reminded of how the Word of God can break all kinds of spiritual obstacles in my life (Jeremiah 23:29). I wish I could continue for another 40 days.”
“I experienced new levels of God’s presence during the worship times. Working outside gave me time to think. When I had to take out roots from the ground, I felt God tell me to take something bad out of my heart, something from childhood, some kind of unbelief that the Holy Spirit had to take out. The same day they talked about the Father’s love and something broke through. The physical work also gave me satisfaction.”