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Saved and healed . . . in Jesus’ name!

August 01, 2022

Thank you for being a part of God’s miraculous work through Jewish Voice.

While we're working in Ukraine, we're also ministering in areas like Zimbabwe, where we met Constance.* Constance was an elderly woman, and she could barely walk. After what was probably a lifetime of manual labor in the fields – trying to earn a living for her family – her leg finally just gave out. When Constance came to the Outreach, our doctors couldn’t do much for her. Except pray. And she was eager for it . . .

You Asked: How did Jewish Voice connect with Messianic congregations in Ukraine?

June 09, 2022

Transformed from the inside out . . .

April 18, 2022

Liya* thanks God – AND YOU – for the extraordinary work in her heart!

Liya heard that Jewish Voice was hosting an Outreach in her area of Ethiopia. And after receiving medical attention, Liya asked for prayer and counseling. She was looking for something – ANYTHING – that would loosen the squeeze she felt around life. Her husband had left her. Her children were depending on her. Liya was barely making it – performing backbreaking work day in and day out. It felt like her family was falling to pieces, and her life was falling apart.

Global Outreach Field Report: Navigating and Discovery

March 07, 2022

About a year ago, we posted our 2021 Outreach schedule – six events serving scattered Jewish communities in Ethiopia and Zimbabwe. Our hope was to navigate the many hurdles that come with traveling internationally and holding large events that operate within COVID-19 guidelines. Truthfully, the plan was written in pencil, and we prepared ourselves for postponements, reschedules, and cancellations.

Reaching Jewish people around the world . . . THANKS TO YOUR HELP!

January 18, 2022

God has done an extraordinary work. And you’re a part of it.

Thank you for blessing the Jewish people – in Israel and across the globe. Your generosity as a faithful partner in this Kingdom work we share brings true hope to so many people in desperate need. And God has used you – to be a key part of extraordinary ministry around the world!

Bringing Clean Water to the Lost Tribes of Israel

December 15, 2021

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Why We Choose Filters Over Wells

Clean water is critical to life and good health. According to the World Health Organization, the third leading cause of death among children under 5 years old is directly related to contaminated drinking water. Worldwide, 144 million people rely on collecting untreated water from lakes, ponds, rivers and streams for drinking and cooking.

Outreach Field Report

November 09, 2021

I sit amazed at what the Lord has allowed JVMI and our partners to accomplish in a year that must be planned in pencil and when everything points to the need for flexibility. 2021 has been a year filled with opportunities through doors that only the Lord could open, as we continue to navigate the ever-changing landscape of COVID restrictions and international travel. 

Messianic Congregations are Prophecy Fulfilled

November 09, 2021

Last year, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jewish Voice treated 14,816 patients at our international medical and dental clinics in Zimbabwe and Ethiopia. That’s nothing short of a miracle. I’ve probably shared this with you before, but the reason we put so much effort and energy into helping impoverished Jewish communities around the world is simple:

Good News - Quarter 4, 2021

October 15, 2021

From drugs and violence to hope for a better future

You helped a young family make it through the pandemic

Kalia has three young children and is doing her best to raise them all by herself in a country that is not familiar to her.

When Kalia and her husband moved from Ukraine to Israel, they just had one child, Daniel. Her husband was in recovery for his drug addiction.

From Ethiopia to Israel – a redemption story

July 21, 2021

Your support of Jewish Voice helped save Hermela’s life. Let me share her story so you can see how you’re making a difference for Jewish people in need.

Hermela is from Ethiopia. Unable to find work in her home country that would enable her to support her family, Hermela waited at the border hoping to find a job in another country.

Unfortunately, this was a dangerous area. Members of local tribes often prey upon people here — a sort of “no man’s land.” Kidnappers captured Hermela and brought her to a camp where she faced danger and even threats of torture.

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