Comfort, Comfort My People
Post-War Humanitarian Efforts Continue!

Every single time there’s an escalation, we find ourselves again under rocket fire from Gaza with no idea how long it might last; days, weeks or even years.

For us, who live in this reality, it is an ongoing war that we cannot seem to escape from, and time after time find ourselves yet again, hearing that terrifying sound of sirens alerting us that rockets have been fired at us and we only have 30 seconds to take cover. It’s difficult to describe how this feels. It is only when it is experienced that you can understand how horrifying the sounds of war are.

It is even that much more traumatizing for newly immigrated people from Ukraine who have just fled the terrors of war and are now forced to face it all again.

Isaiah 40:1, speaks of bringing “comfort” to the people of Israel, in Hebrew “Nechama,” (נֶחָמָה).

This is why in times like these, of war and post-war, it is more important than ever to reach out a helping hand and offer comfort, encouragement, kindness, and practical assistance to those affected by it.

As we continue to deliver food packages and other important essentials to new immigrants and their families, consider helping them in this difficult time by supporting our humanitarian efforts.


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