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Stories & Updates

We need your prayers! Read some of our incredible stories, stay up to date with the latest newsletters, prayer points and devotionals. We understand that not all are capable of supporting financially and physically, but your prayers are equally as important!

April 2021 Newsletter

March was an exciting month during which we saw lots of new activity at Be’ad Chaim. We began a bus campaign with a full-size ad on either the back or side of 28 buses in the Tel Aviv region, Tiberias and Ashkelon.

March 2021 Newsletter

Often, a mother will tell us about a partner who said that he cared, but told her to “get up and get out!” when she refused to abort their child. I thank God for the many wonderful men who do take responsibility for their families despite difficult circumstances.

Invitation - A Special Time of Prayer!

A Special time of prayer for the ending of abortion and for revival in Israel

Survey on abortion in Israel, October 2019

2000 women, ages 18-45,  participated in the survey. The results are a sampling using 970 of the responses.

Sandy's Devotional

David and his men have just returned from a long, three day journey after the Philistines, among whom they’d lived, rejected them. They must have expected to finally get home to their families and relax, but instead they find their town destroyed and their families gone.

Rina and baby girl Yahalom

Rina had been in a steady and caring relationship. She thought that maybe her boyfriend would want to propose to her, so when she found out that she was pregnant, she happily told him.

Video - Abortion in Israel and the work of Be'ad Chaim

The International Virtual Pro-life Virtual Summit 2020

Linoy and baby boy Jonathan

When Linoy found out that she was pregnant with Jonathan, she decided to have an abortion because of marital and financial pressures.

Sandy's Devotional

Leah was an unloved and unappreciated wife. She was neglected and possibly felt unattractive. She yearned for her husband’s acceptance.

February 2021 Newsletter

Looking at current events, one could become discouraged, but looking at the Word of God, we find only encouragement and strength. 1 Samuel chapter 14 tells us the story of Jonathan and his armor bearer winning a stunning victory over the entire army of the Philistines. Two men were able to conquer an army through trust, faith and obedience.

Sandy's Devotional

After six days Yeshua took with him Peter, James and John the brother of James, and led them up a high mountain by themselves. There he was transfigured before them.

Ziv's Story

"The soul which came into this world to bring light to me – I rejected . Now,  I am not able to continue my life as I was - the pain and loss are tremendous."

Sandy's Devotional

I feel that many of us, during this difficult period, have gotten stuck – perhaps like Samuel and the people of Israel, fearful and unable to go forward with the Lord. Friends, He is speaking to us – “Move on! Step out in faith and I will defend you.”

Outreach to soldiers

In December, we donated 10,000 packages of sanitary pads to female soldiers on which hard-working volunteers had placed stickers offering our help and contact information.

Video - This is our warehouse

We thank God for our precious donors who love us, help us and supply us with everything we need!

Video - Pray for Yosef's family!

Yosef's parents are refugees from Eritrea. They both lost their jobs due to the Covid-19 crisis. Pray for provision for this precious family and many others in their situation.

Healing after reproductive loss

We’ve recently begun a course to train counselors to help women after reproductive loss. Our goal is to build a team that can bring healing, comfort, and new hope to those who suffer after losing a baby.

Abortion in Israel

In Hebrew, the word for abortion, "Hapala," is ambiguous and may refer to a miscarriage or an induced abortion. This ambiguity in language carries over into the realm of ideas. In Israel, elective abortions are not a major moral issue on the national agenda. They are instead accepted as a natural and necessary form of population control.

New initiative to raise awareness, change public opinion

Be’ad Chaim, an Israeli pro-life ministry, is launching a new initiative focused on bringing awareness to the Israeli public and lawmakers about abortions. The initiative is a branch of Be’ad Chaim called “Zchutam” which means “their right” in Hebrew. KNI spoke to Sandy Shoshani, National Director of Be’ad Chaim, about the initiative.

Sandy's Devotional

One can only begin to imagine the criticism and judgment that Mary received. The concept of a virgin birth must have been incredulous for the people around her, just as many people today can’t believe that there was a virgin birth. She was surely mocked, ridiculed and scorned. Her fiancé thought to divorce her until he himself heard from an angel.