Simcha and Bella Davidov of Yeshuat Ami (Salvation of My people) ministry, Are both Israeli believers in Yeshua who grew up in Israel.


Yeshuat Ami Ministry is dedicated to the establishment of God’s Kingdom on earth (Matthew 6:9-10,10:7), called to bring the “Good News of Salvation – Yeshua,” (Jesus) to the Jew first and also to the nations (Matthew 15:24, Romans 1:16). God called them to: “Go to the lost sheep of the House of Israel, and as you go preach, saying: “The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers and cast out demons…” (Matt.10:6 7, 8). Their ministry is based in the city of Ashdod where they live.


Their ministry includes: street and friendship evangelism; teaching and discipleship in their home congregation; prayer, praise and worship in “My House” a prayer tent on the 15th floor of their private roof; daily prayer, praise and worship, intercession, proclamation of His Word of Truth over Ashdod and Israel, proclaiming God’s promises for the salvation of Israel and the coming of God’s Kingdom to earth as it is in heaven.


Develop partnership between Israel and the Nations.


“My House” Prayer Tower is open to ‘’The Body” at large, in an effort to promote unity – a crucial component in advancing God’s Kingdom, joining a network of rooftop prayer centers all around the Land. Simcha was born in Israel, served in the Israeli army and fought in the 1973 Yom Kippur war. He gave his life to the Lord Yeshua while living in the US East Coast for 25 years. After graduating from Bible College, Simcha was called to full-time ministry to reach out to the Jewish people and to teach Gentile believers about their Jewish roots.


Bella was born to Holocaust survivors in a refugee camp in Germany after WWII, and as a year old baby immigrated to Israel In 1948 along with her refugee family. At age 20 she moved to LA and after a few years came to believe in the Jewish Messiah, Yeshua. The Lord rekindled in Bella’s heart a strong love for the Land and her Jewish people, and she moved back to Israel in 1996. She worked for a ministry and congregation in Tel Aviv until marrying Simcha and joined his outreach ministry.