ISRAEL

JAN 4-14, 2021

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Join us on a mission to the “apple of God’s eye”, the nation of Israel on a strategic intercessory prayer mission at this most crucial time in history.

Ministry opportunities include: Church leadership training and intercessory prayer ministry.

How you can help: Send food, clothes, and supplies to poor families and Veterans in Israel.

“During these small moments of this time in Israel as I was able to see His Beloved land and precious people and I was given a new texture in my walk.    It seems as though now as I read the Word and pray there is another dimension a tangible component that was not there before.  I can actually touch them in my heart. “- Pat Duncan, Missionary to Israel 2019

TO JOIN A WMA TEAM FOR THE FIRST TIME:

Fill out and send us by mail or email the application form and submit a brief letter of recommendation from your pastor or spiritual mentor. The letter should include his or her contact information.

or

Request an online application by emailing rfwma@rfwma.org

ISRAEL FACTS

  • Israel, considered the Holy Land, is important for all three of Israel’s major religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
  • With the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, Jewish independence, lost almost 2,000 years earlier, was renewed.
  • Geography: The shape of Israel is long and narrow. The country is about 290 miles in length and 85 miles in width at its widest point.
  • Jews comprise some 75.4% of the country’s population, while the country’s non-Jewish citizens, mostly Arabs, number about 24.6%.
  • Capital: Jerusalem (population 788,100).
  • Official languages are Hebrew & Arabic.

ISRAEL NEEDS

  • Long-standing conflict between Israel and surrounding neighbors.
  • The Christian church in Israel is fragmented but the potential for unity is growing.
  • It is comprised of about 80% Arabs, 12% expatriates (Egyptian, Ethiopian, Greek, Russian, Armenian, Italian, others) and 8% Jews. There are Catholics (five rites), Orthodox (nine traditions), and Protestants/Independents (over 20 denominations, many individual congregations and over 100 mission agencies). Pray for spiritual unity that transcends history, ethnic conflict, national origins, eschatology and secondary areas of theology. (operationworld.org)