Answering The Call

  • Blessings to Bittersweet

    The Passover Seder we had the honor of attending was wonderful. There were close to 200 people participating, dressed in their finest!  The meal was cooked to perfection and left one feeling simply satisfied–spiritually, physically and emotionally.  We were able to come together as the ‘bridal remnant’ for our rehearsal wedding supper,  in fellowship and

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  • You Are His Hands

    Your support is helping to put lives back together in the land of Israel — literally. As the entire world watches what is happening in Israel, many just shake their heads and move on with their daily lives.  However, you are doing something about it! When terror and war strike, often all we see on

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  • The Road Less Traveled

    Coming from a position of knowing the toll it takes on one who loses a loved one, it’s a very hard road to walk down; even harder when you are left with a child or children to defend and raise… alone. I was awakened from sleep a few mornings back with the thought of walking

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  • On The Ground in Sderot

    Rocket Rain Feb. 7, 2016, torrential rain slammed the coast of Israel, causing great suffering and hardship to many throughout Ha-Aretz and the war-front communities. Meanwhile, terrorist groups within nearby Gaza took this opportunity to launch rockets into Israel and the Sha’ar Ha Negev area adjacent to Sde’rot, soberly reminding us of our nearby Islamic

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  • In Our Weakness He’s Strong

    And he said unto me, “My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of MESSIAH may rest upon me.”  – 2 Corinthians 12:9 As The Land of Israel continues to be under attack, whether bombings, shooting or

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  • Nothing New Under The Sun

    Nothing New Under The Sun I came upon this image and my heart sank.  This widow with 3 children seeking help from missionaries in 1899.  Her husband was killed in the aftermath of the Armenian Massacres of 1894-1896.  She walked 90 miles to find refuge for her babies. You might say;  “what does this have

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  • Restoring the Ancient Paths

    “Behold, I am bringing them from the north country, and I will gather them from the remote parts of the earth, among them the blind and the lame, the woman with child and she who is in labor with child, together; a great company they will return here.  With weeping will they come, and by

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  • Grafted In

    It is upon the fertile soil of our obedience to His commandments that Yeshua is restoring the ancient paths of His Torah today just as He did in the days of Hezekiah and Nehemiah. We are bringing our tithes into the gate today to care for those in desperate need. “At the end of three

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  • An Important Reminder

    The Lydia Project is dedicated to ministering to the widows, the orphans, the poor, and the victims of terror in the Land of Israel.   Our hope and mission is to feel the very heartbeat of our Creator concerning some of His most prized possessions – The forgotten. From His very nature He said, “I

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  • Holocaust Survivors

    Another need that has been brought to The Lydia Project’s attention is that of the Holocaust survivors in The Land.  They are elderly now, and most have health issues due to the abuse in the concentration camps,  so many years ago.  The cost of healthcare in Israel is astronomical and most of these precious survivors

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