Spring has sprung and we have entered a new season following Passover 5779!
We are entering a season of the revelation of our heritage—a time of deeper knowledge in a closer relationship with the Lord and a time of released blessings on the Body of Christ and the people of Israel!
The Lord bids us to share His goodness and blessings with our children and our grandchildren. We are in a time on the Lord’s calendar when it seems that with every passing generation, the response to God’s invitation is to either step under His wing of protection and follow His precepts, or to step into an ever-widening chasm of going our own way.
“Tell your children about it, let your children tell their children, and their children another generation.”—Joel 1:3
If we want to pass on the revelation of our heritage, we must allow it to manifest in our actions of faith today. Together, we are working to fulfill our purpose as the Body of Christ and releasing blessings to the people of Israel, and as a result, we are blessed!
“I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.”—Genesis 12:3
Recently we updated you on how you have shown the love of Christ to those in Israel… Those you are helping continuously grow and receive blessings as a result of your generosity.
Click HERE to read the full update on our projects!
The Covenant Partner Project Update | Celebrating Purim and Providing Hope to Victims of Human Trafficking
Turning Tables, or Yotzrot, is an organization in Israel that rescues young people from the depths of human trafficking and provides them a home, an education, and a chance to choose a different life. The girls at Yotzrot begin to discover who they really are and that they were created for so much more.
During the Purim celebration, these women and those who provide them with support dressed up in costumes and enjoyed traditional pastries for the occasion. With your help, each woman received a Mishloach manot. A Mishloach manot, also known as a Purim basket, is a bundle of sweets and treats given to family and friends during the festival of Purim.
Manot means meals in Hebrew. The giving of Mishloach manot is a custom of the Purim holiday based on an ancient tradition of bringing cooked food for people in need. For the ladies at Yotzrot, it shows love and care.
Learn more about the Covenant Partners Human Trafficking project HERE!
ALEH Children’s Home Update | Update on the Marathon
In March, the children at ALEH Jerusalem proudly donned their Curt Landry Ministry sweatshirts you provided for the Jerusalem Marathon. The children loved having matching sweatshirts during the race, as it provided them with a sense of belonging and community.
A letter from their director stated…
Dear Curt Landry Ministries,
“I want to thank you wholeheartedly for the beautiful sweatshirts you donated to our dear children, so that they can participate in the Jerusalem marathon. I am sure you understand what a huge difference it makes to the children, caretakers and their families, when the children are dressed so attractive and neat.
“On behalf of the entire ALEH family I wish you all the best.
“May G-d bless you for your kindhearted activities,
Learn more about the ALEH Children’s Home HERE!
Holocaust Survivor Update | Celebrating Purim
Your continued support for the Holocaust survivors is always met with great appreciation from those who receive the blessing. They also recently celebrated Purim. More than 200 packages with chocolates, cookies, and pastries were given on your behalf.
The happy faces say it all…
Holocaust Survivor Update | Celebrating Passover
Just as their thankful hearts received the gifts during Purim, the Holocaust survivors also looked forward to the blessings of Passover.
You provided the matzah they will eat at the Seder! They were also excited to hear that Curt and Christie will soon be visiting. They send their thanks, and we look forward to spending time with them soon!
Learn about our Holocaust survivor projects HERE!
From Curt Landry Ministries, we want to thank YOU for making all of this possible!
You put smiles on countless faces over the past couple months—from the young child, to the wise survivor, to the woman in need.
It is Curt Landry Ministries’ heart and mission to be a place where the Body of Christ is strengthened and fulfills the will of God here on earth. We want to unite as Jew and Gentile and walk in covenant relationship, restoring the hope of God’s chosen nation and connecting to the roots of our spiritual heritage.
“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: ‘May they prosper who love you.’”—Psalm 122:6
Check out more of our projects under the support tab!