I have been asked, “Why are you and Rabbi spending so much time, money and effort on going to Africa and the nations to preach and evangelize? Isn’t poverty the greatest problem? How are you really helping them?” This is a good question that needs to be answered.
The LORD impacted Rabbi and I with a passion to extend our outreach beyond the USA in 2013, when Terry Snow, director of Haiti YWAM, called us to come and preach the Gospel at a Crusade in St. Marc, Haiti. While in Haiti, I learned of how the United States and other countries have been pouring millions of dollars into Haiti to rescue them from poverty. I was devastated to see that all of the dollars spent had resulted in minimal resolution of the country’s extensive poverty. When speaking to Terry Snow, he validated what I was seeing. The problem has been in how to transform the way people think. Continual dependence upon other countries for help, along with a spiritual history which had made allegiances with demonic spirits, has resulted in a majority of Haitians being trapped behind passivity, seeking handouts; while lacking the ability to create and maintain new systems that would produce greater life and health in the Haitian people. Upon ministering to many African people groups, we have observed the same phenomenon occurring in many Africans nations.
So what is Rabbi and the DJJ team bringing to these people groups?
“This gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in the whole world as a
testimony to all the nations, and then the end will come.” Matthew 24:14
I believe in this ministry!
GOD has changed many lives through your messages in our village.
PRAISE GOD the MRI showed no signs of any growth! Thank you so much for your prayers.
I have told everyone who will listen that God spoke to me through you.
Rabbi cares so much about people all over the world, the love is overwhelming.
Rabbi, thank you for boldly proclaiming truth!
I wanted you to know that you literally rescued me from hell.
Through your teachings, God has given me a supernatural boost of faith.
Monday was the first day that Karina has not felt pain in her hip, that was the day your ministry prayed for her.
Every time I listen to Rabbi’s teachings, my heart softens and tears run down my cheeks.