Beit HaYeshua Deperately Needs a New Ministry Vehicle

Dear Friends,

I don’t know if you understand the power of addiction. If you have never had to deal with an addiction or walked with someone who has, it is hard to fathom the demonic grip that addiction can hold over people. Some do crazy things to feed their addiction. For the prisoner—he sees no way out.

Sobriety seems like a fantasy.That is why we are so thrilled to have Beit HaYeshua (The House of Salvation) in our Tikkun family. Based in Jerusalem, it is both a Messianic congregation and a rehabilitation center. Founded in October 2004, by Tsvi Randalman, Beit HaYeshua has a vision to bring the Gospel to those suffering from addiction and spiritual oppression in Israel. Tsvi was later joined by Roni Rejwan and Oleg Vilensky, and together they built up the rehab center, which is only the second of its kind in the country.

 

Most of those who have completed the Beit HaYeshua rehab program, have been gloriously born again, and have been healed and set free from addiction. The congregation always has a warm and encouraging atmosphere and is constantly growing because of the new believers and members who join through the program.

 

The rehabilitation program takes one year to complete and has between 5-10 members at any given time. It includes morning prayer and Bible studies, several hours of daily work, and a commitment to a closed, communal lifestyle.

 

Upon completion of the program, special emphasis is placed on maintaining relationship with a local congregation. Most graduates attend congregations in their hometowns, or stay in Jerusalem to serve at Beit HaYeshua. The ministry also runs “warm homes,” where graduates can continue to live together, and begin to minister by serving in the congregation, the rehabilitation program, or on the ministry’s evangelism team. Twice a week, this team is sent out from Beit HaYeshua to Tel Aviv’s drug, “red light” district. They share the hope of Yeshua—actually being set free from addictions, and they invite people to the rehabilitation program in Jerusalem. Beit HaYeshua’s vision for the future is to branch out and establish more centers throughout Israel. However, today they have another need.

 

Beit HaYeshuah desperately needs a new ministry vehicle.

As part of the Tikkun Cares program, we want to give you the opportunity to help. Your contribution will result in:
• Bringing Israeli drug addicts to Yeshua
• Freeing them from addiction
• And sending them out to make disciples Please consider a generous gift.

We need to raise $30,000 to purchase a ministry van. Together, we can make a huge difference in the lives of struggling Israelis. Just think, there is someone right now who is hopeless and trapped in his addiction.

In one year, that person could not only be free, but discipled into a brand-new life with Yeshua! Hallelujah!

Thank you for your help,

Ron Cantor,

Tikkun Global

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