You Helped Our Jewish Brothers and Sisters Get Home

Thank You, Partners!

You, as well as other Partners and Friends of Kenneth Copeland Ministries, have helped 50 of our Jewish brothers and sisters make aliyah, or relocate to their homeland of Israel. Aliyah is the fulfillment of God’s promise in His Word. As Jeremiah prophesied:

God’s promise to Israel

Jews Answer the Call

Many Jews desire to return to Israel. Sometimes that desire is an answer to a divine calling they can’t explain. They simply sense a spiritual call to return home. For others, they leave their adopted homelands behind because they no longer feel safe or wanted there or are facing intense persecution. The continual rise of anti-Semitism has made aliyah more pressing and necessary.

With your generous giving, KCM helped 50 Jews relocate from France where anti-Semitism is growing. Many no longer felt safe, while others simply want to live without hiding who they are.

With your support, we partnered with Karen Hayesod United Israel Appeal and sowed over $220,000 into this effort to purchase travel supplies, secure passports and VISAs, purchase airfares and fund the first year of living in Israel. Learn more about the miraculous events that took place to make this a successful mission by watching the video below:

The History of the Jewish Dispora

The reintroduction of the Hebrew people back to their homeland has been long in coming. Scripture explains that the Jewish Dispora, or the scattering of the Jewish people, began with the fall of the Kingdom of Israel. Under the reign of King Sargon II of Assyria in 722 BCE, the Jews living in the Northern Kingdom were dispersed throughout the region.[1] Between 606-586 BCE, King Nebuchadnezzar of the Kingdom of Judah, or the Southern Kingdom, removed thousands of Jews to Babylon. [2] Then in the first century, Rome displaced most of the remaining Jews, sending them throughout its empire.

These mass exiles led to centuries of displacement. It was only with the founding of the nation of Israel in 1948 that Jewish people finally had a homeland to which they could return.

Twice-Sown Seed

Today, over 9 million citizens call Israel home, many of them Jewish. Thanks to the contributions and prayers of our Partners and Friends, we were able to be part of this miraculous immigration.

Reaching out to the people of Israel is close our heart here at KCM and especially our own Pastors George and Terri Pearsons, who serve as the Texas State Directors for Christians United for Israel and Daughters for Zion. KCM’s giving to this relocation effort is what we call Twice-Sown Seed, where 10% of every dollar that KCM receives is sown into other ministries. We rely on prayer and the LORD’s leading to know which ministries and outreaches are good ground as we want to be obedient to what the LORD would have us do.
              So thank you, Partners and Friends, for helping with this aliyah. Your gifts and prayers make a difference throughout the world. You helped bring 50 of our French Jewish brothers and sisters home!

For deeper study: 1 Kings 11- 2 Kings 25; 2 Chronicles 10-36; Hosea; Jeremiah