Preaching the Gospel in the Galilee

How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, “Your God reigns!”

Isaiah 52:7

Having the opportunity to organize one of our biggest evangelism events to date during Shavuot in the Galilee is something we are thankful for. Shavuot is a special biblical feast that carries so much prophetic and spiritual significance, and to be able to hold an evangelism event for 950 people who got to hear the gospel for the very first time is incredibly profound.

We have seen it happen time and time again, how God touches people deeply and powerfully when they least expect it. Just the sheer power and anointing of the gospel being preached is overwhelming. Having it take place specifically on the day of Pentecost makes it that much more impacting.

Out of 950 people in attendance, over 80% were Ukrainian immigrants who recently arrived in Israel fleeing the war in Ukraine. For them, it was a day of many firsts! First time leaving their city, first time visiting the Galilee and biblical places, first time hearing the gospel of Yeshua —Jewish Messiah. It was such a unique experience for everybody, and the response was absolutely overwhelming.

The message was powerful and an altar call brought every single one on their feet, with over 800 people visibly praying out loud to receive the Lord into their lives.

Imagine hearing the gospel for the first time in your life, experiencing God’s love and healing touch, then going to the biblical places where Yeshua walked, taught, and loved people — the same way He loves today!

Thank you for your prayers that have carried this event through, that have helped keep open heaven over the crowd and ensure the Word of God was sown into fruitful soil.