Let another man praise you, and not your own mouth;
A stranger, and not your own lips.
Kehila News is an online ministry that praises other ministries according to Proverbs 27:2, but for #GivingTuesday, we want to serve as financial conduit to BLESS TEN (10) Messianic/Christian ministries in Israel, 7 Hebrew speaking and 2 Arabic speaking ministries, listed below.
1) Pro-Life (Hebrew)
Bead Chaim – Hebrew for “pro-life”, Bead Chaim helps woman with unwanted pregnancies to choose life.
2) Helping the Poor (Hebrew/Arabic)
Joshua Fund – blesses Holocaust survivors, the elderly, single mothers, homeless people, widows, orphans, and other poor and needy Jews, Muslims and Christians in the epicenter.
3) Online Evangelism (Hebrew)
One for Israel – created 150 testimony videos in the Hebrew language, which have been viewed in the millions in Israeli alone.
4) Online Evangelism (Arabic)
Linga – stands for “Light in Galilee” Linga is voice of light in the darkness in the online Arabic speaking world.
5) Post-Army Discipleship (Hebrew)
Lech Lecha – operates 3-month discipleship program for post-army young adults.
6) Children/Youth Ministry (Hebrew)
HaChotam – publishes discipleship, books, and magazines in Hebrew for Israeli children and youth.
7) Children/Youth Ministry (Arabic)
House of Light / Kings Kids – operates year-round children’s meetings, including camps that bring Arab believing youth and Messianic youth together as one in Christ.
8) Audio Bibles (Foreign languages)
MV – manufacturers solar-powered, waterproof audio-Bible players for missionaries to give to people in their native language who can’t read.
9) Marketplace Ministry (Hebrew)
Israel First Fruits – operates business courses, disciple courses, annual business plan competition, and the Business Forum in Israel to strengthen the Body of Messiah through business in Israel.
10) Media Ministry (English/Hebrew)
Kehila.org / Kehila News – community news & online information portal to connect the millions of Christians around the world with the Messianic community (kehila) in Israel