This article was first published on the Shavei Tzion website
here April 29th 2018.
We are in the middle of preparations for the Eagle Project
In August of this year, more than twenty young adults from eight
congregations around Israel, will participate in this year's Eagle
Project, a discipleship program that takes place in Norway. We strongly
believe that, by investing in our youth, we will establish a strong
foundation for future generations of leaders and servants in the body of
We invite you to partner with us so that we can bear much fruit together in
this endeavor. We have many plans for this youth project to help enable our
young participants to become God's key instruments for influence and
change in the future.
This endeavor requires significant funding as well as other resources. We
are also aware of spiritual opposition as we reach out to these precious
young people, for the enemy knows the power of the youth (1 John 2:14).
Yevgeni Stanukevich Shavei Tzion Ministries
Where we need assistance:
Prayer: Perhaps you would feel led to pray for the project on a
weekly or daily basis, on your own or even in your home group and
Gifts: Perhaps you would like to bless these young adults with
items such as Bibles, bags and trip items. Most of the young people will
have just finished their army service and would appreciate your caring
through small presents.
Funds: If God puts it in your heart to provide financial support,
you are welcome to donate to the project.
If you have never heard about the Eagle Project, please read the latest
article posted on
or the archived article in Tikkun from
to support the vision of Shavei Tzion.
There have been comments to this article ...
6:03pm 31May18, Wayne Fleming: Thanks and praise God for the Eagle Project and may he supply all
of your needs according to the riches of his glory through
8:32am 21Jun18, Pastor Ray: I think this is glorious and hope to replicate what you're doing
here in the US in the years to come ... Shalom indeed ...:)
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