Pray about talking with your pastor or small group leader about making October 25 your fellowship’s Bless Israel Sunday
Prepare for the discussion by printing out samples of the free resources available here on this webpage, and leave them with your leader
Plan your Sunday!
You may want to include some or all of the following in your Bless Israel Sunday: sermon related to Israel and the Jewish people, small group lesson, playing (or learning and singing) some Messianic Jewish worship songs, Scripture readings and discussions, praying together for Israel and the Jewish people, organizing a display table for the free resources listed below
Will you commit to blessing Israel?
Add your name to the list of those who are committed to blessing Israel on Bless Israel Sunday, and receive your free resources!
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Promote Bless Israel Sunday
This insert is perfect to include in your church's weekly bulletin in the weeks leading-up to the event.
If you have some space in your church entryway or in a classroom, this poster is sure to catch attention.
Use these graphics to promote Bless Israel Sunday on your church's - or your own - social media profile.
Equip. Equip yourself, your church or small group with a growing knowledge of God’s heart for Israel and the Jewish people by spending time in His Word regarding His love and faithfulness toward them. Participate in Bless Israel Sunday
Pray. Pray for Israel and Jewish people, for their protection and that they would come to know their Messiah, Yeshua (Jesus)
Give. Your donation to Jewish Voice helps Jewish people in Israel and around the world who are living in need. Through Jewish Voice ministry partners and JVMI Medical Outreaches, your gift will meet physical, medical and spiritual needs
Go. Join us on an upcoming Medical Outreach where you will be the hands and feet of Yeshua (Jesus) bringing comfort, healing and the Good News to Jewish people and their neighbors