Jerry Clark Ministries 
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You Can Make a Difference in Israel

 

      Because you have a heart for Israel, as I do, I know you are well aware of the escalating ground war between Israel and Hamas.

     Being thousands of miles away from Israel, we feel helpless – but this is an extremely important time for us as Christians to stand in solidarity with Israel, affirming Israel's right to defend herself in the face of brazen attacks from an enemy intent on annihilating Jews and their homeland.

     We know we can pray the protection of Psalm 91 (“If you say, ‘The Lord is my refuge,’ and you make the Most High your dwelling, no harm will overtake you, no disaster will come near your tent.”) over our dear friends in Israel, but we can do even more.

     We can make a difference in Israel.

     We can turn our prayers into action.

     Obviously, the current crisis has escalated the urgency and need for blood.

     As someone whose life was spared last December when I received a dozen pints of blood, I know the difference blood can make.

      Because miles make it impossible for us to donate blood in Israel, I ask you to prayerfully consider donating monetarily to Heart to Heart, a much-needed and well-respected program operated by American Friends of Magen David Adom (an Israeli organization much like the American Red Cross) that is dedicated to sustaining a plentiful supply of blood for the people of Israel.  

    In what constitutes a virtual blood drive, you can join Jerry Clark Ministries fundraising efforts to donate the costs of processing blood in Israel. A $100 donation processes one whole unit of blood, a $60 donation processes a single unit of red cells, a $40 donation processes a single unit of plasma, and a $25 donation processes a single unit of platelets.

    Donating is as simple as clicking below.

    Every contribution goes directly to Heart to Heart and currently is matched by a generous grant.

    Pastors can ask their congregants to donate $1 each or to place their change in a bucket or basket at the back of the church. Partnering together with Jerry Clark Ministries, you can make certain that blood will be available for the front-line soldiers and the men, women and children in harm’s way.

    You can save lives and bless Israel, fulfilling the biblical mandate of Genesis 12:3.

    Thank you and may God bless you as you bless Israel.

    If you have questions, please reach me at 1-888-658-1126.



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Rev. Jerry Clark talks about blessing the people of Israel by supporting Heart to Heart.


 Your Voice

 It's easy to support Israel. You can pray, you  can donate to worthy causes such as life-  saving Heart to Heart (see copy at left), you    can educate yourself on Israel by reading        the Bible and current news and                          commentaries, and you can visit The Holy  Land. 

 Pray

 Ask God Almighty to:
 1. Bind the evil forces blinded by false    teaching that come against Israel.
 2. Declare that, according to Jeremiah 31,    God's covenant with Israel is everlasting        and eternal. 
 3. Build a hedge of protection around Israel    and the Jewish people who  are surrounded      by hate and bigotry.
 4. Give Israel's leaders and soldiers wisdom        and strength to prevent the enemies'                  attacks of terrorism.
 5.  Intervene and do what only He can do to  deliver peace to Jerusalem and the Mideast.
 6. Console each young child terrified by          air strikes and air sirens.

 Read

 What Goes Around ...

  "Those who would rise up against Israel      need to be very careful because Scripture        is very clear: Galatians 6:7 reminds, '... for    whatever a man sows, that shall he reap."'    Read more ...

 Why No Focus on Israel? 

 For the longest time, I have wondered why      some churches and pastors will not or        refuse to deal with, mention or acknowledge    Israel in their churches and ministerial      associations. Read more ...


 
The Middle East Conflict: Easy to explain, hard to solve


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