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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!

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.

January 2021 Newsletter

This year, over 400 babies were born to our Be’ad Chaim family. Every baby’s life matters. Circumstances do not determine the value of a child - each one is a unique and precious gift created by the Hand of God.

Video - Pray for baby Ofir's father!

Ofir's father was in an accident and had to undergo surgery. Pray for full healing for his leg!

Video - Meet Behemanet!

Meet Behemanet! Her name means "God has helped me." Her mother is an Ethiopian refugee who believes in God and she knows that God has not left her!

Newsletter December 2020

Prolife work has its ups and downs as we witness the struggles of women in crisis and yet experience the deep joy of being able to make a difference in their lives. We often speak with women who have already made an appointment for an abortion. Their hearts are torn because they feel that ‘they don’t have a choice’ and must abort, yet they grieve this unalterable option.

Video - Blessings to baby Israel!

Meet darling baby Israel. His mother is from Ethiopia and his father from Eritrea.

Sandy's Devotional

Now Mary stood outside the tomb crying. As she wept, she bent over to look into the tomb and saw two angels in white, seated where Jesus’ body had been, one at the head and the other at the foot.

Sandy's Devotional

Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever. As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds his people both now and forevermore.

Newsletter November 2020

You’ll read about examples of our help which include providing compassionate counselors, supplying baby furniture and diapers through our Operation Moses Project and, this month, computers for school age siblings who couldn’t participate in school lessons done by Zoom. No matter what the need, it is the “love of the God that compels us” to serve and care.

Sandy's Devotional

Great peace have those who love Your Law and nothing can cause them to stumble. (Psalm 119:165)

Video - Meet sweet baby Raz

Her name means "secret" in Hebrew because she is their precious little secret.

Newsletter October 2020

Many of the women who come through our doors have been hurt, abused and grew up as “orphans” because they were fatherless, abused or neglected by fathers. These same hurting women often become “widows” as mothers because there is no man who will defend, protect or support them. I recently read a quote by Mother Teresa that said, "People are not hungry just for bread, they are hungry for love.