“Yeshua spoke to them again, saying, ‘I am the light of the world. The one who follows me will no longer walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.’” —John 8:12
JVMI Staff Writer
“As long as in the heart within, the Jewish soul yearns . . . our hope is not yet lost – the hope that is 2,000 years old, to be a free nation in our own land.”
Prayer is essential to the effectiveness of every Jewish Voice Outreach. Obstacles of all sizes threaten to impede the work we do around the world, especially in remote locations where we conduct Medical Clinics.
Our last Outreaches of 2018 were in Alamata and Jijiga, Ethiopia. Although this had already been an incredible year of ministry impact, during our time there, we experienced something amazing … unlike anything we’d ever seen before. This was the first time in several years that we did back-to-back Outreaches. It began with a full week of Medical Clinic services in Alamata in the North, in what’s called the Tigray region. There is a power struggle there involving a minority tribe that has held control for more than two decades. This made things a little tumultuous at first, but the Lord provided an open door of ministry for us to be in Alamata.
JVMI: You were asked to help Jewish Voice build support in Korea. What was appealing to you about this undertaking? Why were you particularly attracted to ministry reaching the Jewish people?
The atmosphere was charged with a palpable eagerness just before the doors opened at our recent clinic in Mudanda, Zimbabwe.
You provided lifesaving treatment for an Ethiopian Jewish boy. Here’s what happened . . .
Visiting the city of Jerusalem for the first time is, without a doubt, an exciting and unique experience – unforgettable, actually.
It was unimaginable for them. Today’s Holocaust survivors witnessed countless atrocities when they were children. They had parents, siblings and other family members wrenched from them to be executed as part of Hitler’s plan to exterminate God’s chosen people.
For more than 50 years, Jewish Voice Ministries has had a clear and concise vision. We exist to transform lives and see all Israel saved. Our mission is to proclaim the Gospel, grow the Messianic Jewish community and engage the Church concerning Israel and the Jewish people.