Letting God Lead
Constantine’s Testimony

Evangelism work is so complex and nuanced. It requires a great deal of sensitivity to the Holy Spirit’s guidance, as well as great logistics in place to ensure that when our evangelism outreach events end, people’s journey with Jesus only begins. 

Our post-evangelism discipleship course for the newly saved and seekers was designed to provide people with the tools to seek a deeper and more meaningful encounter with God.  We celebrated the end of this discipleship course with a special barbecue out in nature, for fellowship and strengthening the bonds created during the course. 

That day God moved in a truly special way and it was impossible not to experience His anointing when Haim, one of our leaders shared a special word. 

Having recently lost his oldest son David, who fell in battle on October 7th, Haim’s personal grief carved a space in his heart to accommodate so much more love of God for people. 

As Haim shared his testimony and prayed, a truly remarkable transformation took place in the heart of Constantine, a retired military veteran and a self-proclaimed materialist and realist who didn’t really believe in God at all. 

It was Constantine’s wife that attended the discipleship course and managed to convince him to join her for the barbecue. The anointed word he heard pierced his heart and he ended up praying to receive Jesus into his heart. He testified that even as Haim was sharing his testimony, Constantine was moved to tears so many times that eventually he just gave up and gave way to those cleansing tears. 

Praying and accepting Jesus was the most natural and necessary thing for him at that moment. 

These types of transformational testimonies are a result of cultivating an environment where we are intentional and strategic about the way people are nurtured while taking their first steps in their journey with God. 

That is what our Evangelism and Follow-up work is all about. The work you help support is so crucial in reaching so many people who might be seeking God, and we’d never know unless we’re sent to them. 

How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in?
And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard?
And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?
And how can anyone preach unless they are sent?
As it is written: “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!”

Romans 10:14-15

YOU are making it possible for the gospel to be preached in Israel and reach more people than ever before, fulfilling God’s word: “…all Israel shall be saved!” (Romans 11:26