Thank you to our donors for continuing to fly Jews home on Fellowship Freedom Flights - including 17 flights this week - so they can escape poverty and war-torn countries and begin new lives of hope in the Holy Land!
On Monday, 237 new immigrants arrived in Israel, some fleeing war-torn countries, thanks to the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ). This is part of a busy week for the Fellowship in which they will welcome 340 olim (new immigrants) who will arrive on 17 different flights from eight countries, including Brazil, Colombia, France, Uzbekistan, and Argentina. The majority (219) of the new arrivals are leaving the Ukraine, many of them fleeing the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Many others are fleeing economic distress.
The IFCJ is a shining example of how evangelical Christians are playing an increasingly important role in the prophetic process of the ingathering of the exiles. In addition to performing the vital mission of helping immigrants come to the Holy Land, the Fellowship has promoted better understanding and cooperation between Christians and Jews, while building broad support for Israel. Today it is one of the leading forces helping Israel and Jews in need worldwide and is the largest channel of Christian support for Israel.