Katzir Youth Camp – Passover 2022

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Fields of Wheat Joel Jelski

Dear Friends,

The roiling seas of Covid have tossed our teens like a storm-battered ship for nearly two years now. What their young souls need is a sure anchor—the strength and security of confidence in Yeshua.

“Anchor for my soul”

This will be the theme for the Katzir (harvest) Passover camp that’s coming up soon. It is taken from Hebrews 6:19-20 –We have this as a sure and steadfast anchor of the soul, a hope that enters into the inner place behind the curtain, where Jesus has gone as a forerunner on our behalf.”

In just under two months, we will be hosting our annual Passover youth conference, from April 7-10th. For this upcoming camp, we have made a big decision – we will be adding an additional day to our camp, making it a 4 day camp (instead of 3). Teens and leaders alike have been inquiring for a few years about the possibility of an additional day to the camp, since the 3 days can feel short, and the process the teens go through (and the leaders with them) seems many times to get cut short right as they are reaching a new depth or breakthrough (and even still, the Lord seems to do amazing things in those 3 days in the lives of countless teens).

We invite you to watch the video below to hear more about the upcoming camp:

Your Prayers & Gifts Make a Difference in Young LIves

We want to thank you for your constant prayers and intercession on behalf of the youth of Israel. Here are a few vital prayer points for these four days in April:

  1. For our leadership team as we prepare and plan the camp.
  2. For the Lord to supply all the young adult volunteers we need, especially with the added day making the camp longer.
  3. For the Lord to supply all the finances needed for this camp.
  4. For the extra day to be an outstanding addition, to confirm this new format of a longer camp for Katzir’s future.

A special gift at this time will change the life of Israeli teenagers who desperately need an anchor for their soul. Our goal is to raise $35,000 for the camp. Every gift counts—in every amount. Each time we bring these young men and women together, God works “overtime” to touch them and bring them to a new level of faith and devotion to the Messiah. We need your help and deeply appreciate it!

With lasting gratitude and joy in your partnership,

Joel Jelski,

Director, Fields of Wheat and Katzir National Youth Camps

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