Believers working in Israel get enthusiastic response.

By December 15, 2003

Israel (MNN)–An indigenous Christian ministry is finding its evangelistic outreach among Palestinians welcomed by the community.

A ministry assisted by Christian Aid Mission held three evangelistic events in three days recently, attracting more than 2,000 people.

About 400 of them indicated on comment cards that they had prayed to accept Christ and the ministry plans to follow up each of them in their homes. “The Lord has put in us the responsibility of leading a ministry of evangelism and discipleship in the Holy Land. We are amazed to
see Him moving everywhere in every main city,” the leader told Christian Aid Mission this week.

The leader said 16 people were being trained to be able to evangelize and disciple the lost in old Jerusalem, and that he and his wife were planning on speaking at two evangelistic meetings there — one for men and one for women — next week.

The ministry has been working for four years in the Gaza Strip and has helped lead a group of youth to know the Lord and work for Him there. “They are working faithfully to accomplish what He has called them to do, especially in the area of relief work. They go out not only to meet the material needs of the people, but to reach out to them
with the love of Christ,” the leader said.

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