In the spring of 2018 we met an impoverished Bedouin tribe consisting of 300 families (1,500 people) in the Southern Negev Desert in Israel who need your help! 

These people live on pennies a day, yet they believe in working for themselves—not receiving handouts. They long to see their children become educated and hard working, not idle or addicted to the internet and entertainment. Even though they live in traditional Bedouin tents in impoverished villages, they have a vision for educating and bettering themselves in order to be productive members of society. These are the “poorest of the poor” that Jesus/Yeshua talks about in Matthew 25:40. “Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.”

Thank you for supporting our on-going work in this community.