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Project Aliyah Update

jews are returning to the promise land

You are making a difference in the lives of Jews returning to the Promised Land, Israel.  Whether your offering large or small, your prayers and generous gifts are bringing them back to their homeland through, “Project Aliyah” flights.  You are providing airfare, immigration aid and personal care, for struggling Jewish immigrants as they start their new lives.  In helping these precious people, you are playing a prophetic role in the safe return of Jews from Ethiopia, Mexico, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and other lands where they are at risk.

bringing the biblical promises

You are literally bringing the promise of Isaiah in Chapter 49, verse 22, into reality.  God calls to the Gentiles, which is you and I and says, that we will help “bring your sons in their arms and carry your daughters on their shoulders.”  The impact you are making on the lives of Jewish people is priceless.  Recently you helped Jewish teenagers from Kazakhstan to return to Israel, where they are safe and able to begin their new lives and embrace their faith.  Because of you, hundreds of Ethiopian Falah Murah, thought to be the descendants of the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon, who had waited in holding camps for months, made their way home to Eretz, Israel. “It’s encouraging to see biblical prophecy unfolding before our very eyes,” Pastor Larry Huch said, upon hearing of their arrival.”  He added, “The Israeli government will soon allow more to return.”  Now, more than ever, we need you to help us bring more Ethiopians back to the Promised Land.

There are others starting new lives.  When 200 Jewish passengers on an Aeromexico plane landed in Israel, they were embraced with open arms and loving hearts.  They are receiving job training, attending Hebrew classes and getting employment assistance.  Hearing of their celebration of joy upon arriving at Ben Gurion Airport, Pastor Larry Huch said, “Exodus 19:4 records God’s prophetic saying, ‘I bore you on eagles’ wings and brought you back to myself.'”

you are changing lives

Hope broke through years of internal conflict, fighting and the rise of violent anti-Semitic attacks for Jews from the Ukraine as they boarded one of our funded “Project Aliyah” flights.  They experienced the miracle they had prayed and dreamed of for so many years.  When they landed at Ben Girion Airport, their faces were radiant.  Finally these war-damaged, traumatized Jews, could step foot in Israel.

The stories could go on and on.  Many Jews are waiting in various parts of the world to return to the Promised Land. One day, they too, could make that life-changing journey that we have made possible by your love, prayers, and generous gifts. You are changing lives forever when you support Project Aliyah.

Thank you for joining us as we break down the walls between Jews and Gentiles and prepare for the second coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ.

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