Ministering To New Immigrants

MINISTERING TO NEW IMMIGRANTS As a congregation, we understand that in addition to spiritual support and material help, a sense of family and home are very important for people–especially for new immigrants. That is why one of the priority areas at Return to Zion Ministry is serving the newly repatriated immigrants. At the same time,… Read more »

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The Visionary

When we talk about a “VISIONARY,” we most likely picture someone such as Ezekiel the prophet, or John the disciple of Yeshua. Ezekiel painted prophetic images of heavenly chariots and heavenly creatures, and he prophesied about the future. John also saw visions and the glory of the Son of God, Yeshua, and prophesied about the… Read more »

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Influence

Editor’s note: In this article Leon shares with us a rabbinic/Talmudic style progression of thoughts connected by the letters of a Hebrew word. This Hebrew word has the same root as the word  (shefa), meaning abundance. These words are related because the concept of abundance is contained within influence. Influence often comes from generosity and giving,… Read more »

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Aliyah News

Shalom dear Friends, With the arrival of the New Year, we have been reviewing our New Immigrant Welcome Project activities from the past year and a half. The past 2-3 years have been marked by a renewed wave of aliyah (immigration of Jews) from the former Soviet Union. In that time, Israel received more than 100… Read more »

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A Report

Shalom Friends, The Autumn feasts have passed by, and I would like to give you a short report and ask for your participation in what is happening here at “Return to Zion-Shavei Tzion” congregation and in the ministries associated with it. After 16 years as a congregation, we have begun the process of “membership”. Bear in mind… Read more »

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Open for Prayer

Towers are mentioned in many different places in the Scriptures. The first tower, Babel, was an ambitious and infamous building project begun by Nimrod (according to rabbinic tradition). The objectives of that tower were revealed in the name of its architect. The name Nimrod comes from the word riot and rebellion. He and the other… Read more »

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