Powerful Evangelism Outreach in Be’er Sheva

After a season of preparation and cultivating the soil, we are so thankful for the opportunity to conduct yet another mass-evangelism outreach event in October, this time in the ancient Biblical city of Be’er Sheva! There will be more than 400 non-believers in attendance, who will hear the Gospel message for the very first time. What a miracle!

We have seen it happen time and time again, how God touches people so deeply and powerfully when they least expect it. Just the sheer power of the Gospel being preached and the anointing of the Holy Spirit being present cause lives to be changed and hearts to be won for Jesus. Having such an evangelism event taking place in an ancient and historical biblical city such as Be’er Sheva makes it even more profound!

We have an amazing team of volunteers who stand ready to serve at the event, and we’ll also have an amazing team of musicians who will be ushering people into the presence of God at the beginning of the event, creating that atmosphere we need for hearts to be opened and for the Spirit to flow. We will also have the privilege of Pastor Israel himself leading the event, sharing the Gospel from a Jewish perspective, and calling all unto salvation by faith in the Messiah of Israel—Yeshua.

After the gathering, we will be taking all the attendees to some very important and anointed Biblical sites in and around Be’er Sheva, for them to enjoy the actual places where important Biblical events took place. It helps them to see the Word of God come alive before their very eyes, and is a very effective platform for follow-up conversations after sharing. Imagine hearing the Gospel for the first time in your life, experiencing God’s love, and then physically going to those places where God moved and performed wonders!

Please pray with us for this unique event, as we know that God has prepared something very special and will visit the people in a powerful way. If evangelism, preaching the Gospel, and salvation is important to you, would you prayerfully consider sowing generously into revival in Israel?

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 10:15