You’re probably as astonished as I am. The end of another year is already here. I hope you have experienced God’s love and blessing in 2018.
I’m writing in the midst of the holiday season to ask if you’ll prayerfully consider a year-end gift of $15, $25 or even $50 or more for Jewish Voice Ministries.
Many worthy ministries seek your support, I realize. You’d be right to ask, Why Jewish Voice? And, why now?
Here’s why I hope you’ll give generously now…
What God has accomplished in 2018 through your partnership is truly amazing.
For example, in just one of our Medical Outreach efforts this past year in Mudanda, Zimbabwe, we treated 10,784 patients. This included eye care, eyeglasses, and eye surgeries; dental care; plus other, often lifesaving medical treatment and surgeries.
Along with all this, we also distributed 4,029 compact water filters – called LifeStraws® – to protect people from life-threatening waterborne disease. What’s more, we shared Bible stories and ministered to more than 1,000 children through our Zehra Kids Program.
And finally, with long anticipation, we celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Jewish State and the U.S. Embassy move to Jerusalem, acknowledging this key city as Israel’s rightful capital.
But most important, in the past year, 7,560 were ministered to through one-on-one prayer and 312 were healed. And, 1,178 prayed to receive Yeshua (Jesus).
In all, support from you and other partners has provided care, healing and hope for countless millions of Jewish people and their neighbors over the course of nearly 52 years of ministry by Jewish Voice.
But now we look ahead to the many exciting opportunities 2019 will bring. For example, we’ve already begun working in Muslim communities where we’ve found Jewish people who face terrible hardship and oppression. I’m eager to tell you more about that in the new year.
Until then, I cannot stress enough: Your end-of-year partnership is critical. Without your prayers and financial support, desperately needy Jewish people who suffer most may not get the help they need.