Who Cares About Giving Tuesday?


GIVING TUESDAY:

Yes, we at JTOD are aware that Giving Tuesday exists, at least in the minds of the nonprofits vying for your gifts.

I hope you’ll pray about it and ask our Father in Heaven what He would ask you to do!

I see a lot of potential for JTOD in the coming civil year 2020: Local teaching, worship and praise music and 10-string harps released, men’s fellowship, and more.

Realistically, to realize this vision, we desperately need access to the LORD’s funds.

I’m asking for an expansion of 31 Partners by Dec 31. Set up your partnership now at the Donate button:

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The term “Black Friday” has become a phrase which is used to boost retail sales every autumn season. Where did the term come from? Is it related to Giving Tuesday, Thanksgiving, or Succot? Check this video to find out.

Is Giving Tuesday Related to Thanksgiving, Black Friday, or Succot?

Hannah and Ariel, Worship team members who work with Teddy, encourage you to support JTOD.org.

 

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Naharia: May 21-23, 2019. 
 
As in years past, going back 5 years, this time we had three days together to worship the King of Kings together, to study the Bible together, and to break bread together at the table. Leaders and congregation members from Hebrew Arab Israeli, and Arab Palestinian areas joined together to build relationships.

 

What could people with such profound differences possibly have in common?  Yeshua the Messiah!  Our common faith in Him takes enemies and turns them into friends.

Included below is a sound clip of one worship song sung by the congregation, understandable in Hebrew, Arabic, English, plus many more.  The one Hebrew word that all nations comprehend:  Literally, “Praise to YAH!”

Thanks to all those working to make it possible for me to participate in such blessed events in the Land, building His Kingdom.  And thanks to Gateway in TX for financing the bulk of the expense so we could attend at a highly subsidized rate.

No photos included, for the personal safety of all those involved.

“Hallelujah” as sung by believers congregated in Naharia at the Kingdom First conference.