Peace in Israel: You Hold the Key, Here’s Why

As we approach the close of the year, we find ourselves reflecting on the global events that have shaped history in 2023. Among these, the recent turmoil in Israel and Gaza has left many of us deeply moved, yearning for ways to contribute to a world in desperate need of peace.

The firsthand accounts from our devoted disciple-makers in Israel have been nothing short of heart-wrenching. In response, leaders and disciple-makers everywhere have united in prayer, seeking divine guidance on how best to respond to this challenging situation.

Transformational Discipleship: A Path to Peace in Israel

In the midst of turmoil, there exists a profound truth that resonates with followers of Christ – a transformative power that holds the key to lasting peace. The question arises: What can believers do to truly aid Israel and contribute to her national security in a meaningful and lasting way?


The answer to this question, and many others that plague a lost humanity, lies in the Great Commission: making disciples of every nation. When the enemies of Israel come to Christ, the love for the Jewish Messiah naturally lends itself to the love of the Israeli people. It is a story of genuine hope and unexpected love, where hearts once hardened against Israel are transformed through encounters with the Holy Spirit.

Your Partnership with GCM: A Beacon of Hope

Your partnership with GCM carries an eternal impact, especially in the tumultuous context of the Middle East and Israel. Together, we have the ability to fan the flames of disciple-making that are already taking root in the hearts of individuals seeking transformation.

As followers of Christ, we are called to embrace the Great Commandment and the Great Commission. To love Christ and make Him known is to fulfill the call of humanity and answer the needs of a broken world. Your support transcends mere human solutions; it possesses the power to shape lives and alter the course of history. Let us forge a path of peace and reconciliation by actively engaging in disciple-making, even in the darkest places.

A Call to Action: Impact Lives, Shape History

In a world clamoring for solutions, we recognize that true and lasting change often begins at the grassroots level. By spreading the message of Christ’s transformative power, we contribute to a narrative of hope in the most unexpected places.

As we navigate these challenging times, let us remember that peace is not merely the absence of conflict but the presence of transformative love. Your role in this journey is pivotal. Through your support, prayers, and active involvement, you hold the key to bringing peace to Israel and the broader world.

Together, let us strive for a world where discipleship paves the way for enduring peace, one heart at a time.

Israel

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