Holiday Greetings from Netivyah

December 21, 2014
Shalom Dear Friends of Netivyah,

The Summer and Fall Holidays are long since over and Hanukkah has arrived here in Jerusalem.
We have been blessed with a good amount of Fall rain, for which we are very grateful to Abba for.
We are always welcoming visitors from all over the world at Netivyah and Roeh Yisrael, and our meeting hall is packed at every meeting and even overflows out into the hallways!
Because we are so crowded, the need for the building to be completed is all the more evident and in the foreground of our thoughts and prayers.

We had hoped to dedicate the new building during this time of Hanukkah, but because so many of our friends need to make advance reservations, we thought it best to extend the date to Purim 2015. We are at the stage where we are beginning the “finish” work which includes all the carpentry, fixtures (both plumbing and light) and furniture. All of the kitchen, including countertops, cabinets and appliances are ordered. Everything is really starting to take its final shape and it is very exciting and we are so grateful
You can follow the building progress on line at

Kol Yeshua radio production continues and Daniel and Oleg have traveled to Austria  for a weeks training course with Trans World Radio.

The next issue of Teaching From Zion will be mailed tomorrow and the title is Land of Desire. We all pray it will be a blessing on all who read it!

We want to thank you all for your faithful prayers and generous giving, without which we could not continue this incredible work He has given us. We lift you up to His throne and ask His blessings over you and your families. We pray you all have a blessed Holiday Season and a very healthy and happy 2015.

Shalom and blessings from all of us at Netivyah.

There are still places to join us on the Netivyah 40th Anniversary Tour this November! Come celebrate God’s grace and goodness with us. Click here to register now.

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