Innocent and in Grave Danger

The Fellowship  |  July 3, 2017

An injured man with the Israeli flag covering him as two medics take him away on a stretcher.

Our hearts are burdened and overcome with grief as we see more and more victims of anti-Semitism, violence, and horrific terrorist attacks. Cities and places once believed safe are increasingly more dangerous for the Jewish people—simply because of their faith!

Even more troubling are the growing number of closed nations and rogue regimes where Jews live in constant fear and hiding.

These dangerous nations and cities are so perilous for vulnerable Jews that we cannot openly speak about the ministry efforts and initiatives we do through The Fellowship. For the safety of those we serve, we must be strictly confidential about the work we do with your help.

Confidential ministry efforts include much-needed food, shelter, and security, as well as prophetic Freedom Flights that rescue endangered Jews who need to flee the threatening lands in which they are trapped.

No one should have to live in constant fear, hidden inside their house. But that tragedy is a harsh reality for many among God’s ancient people.

We know that Israel’s enemies will stop at nothing as they attempt to destroy her, and we must do everything in our power to not let that happen.

He who watches over Israel will neither slumber nor sleep” (Psalm 121:4).

That is why we ask you to join with The Fellowship with your most generous monthly gift today. Your heartfelt monthly gift provides the critically-needed funds to fulfill these ministry efforts.

Your monthly gift will provide the critical resources necessary to serve the vulnerable among the Jewish victims of anti-Semitism in these dangerous places —all year long.

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