Through these photos, I just wanted to give you a taste of our Passover desert experience with teens from around Israel. We worshiped, hiked, prayed and received deep & relevant messages on the theme: knowing God "face to face" from Exodus 33:11. As the Word and the Spirit did their work, hearts broke open, ready to walk with Yeshua in a new, more total way. Please pray with us for the upcoming Katzir (Harvest) summer camp, to equip Israeli youth to be workers and leaders in the final harvest.

Thanks! Eitan [To get involved, write to me at]


By Eitan Shishkoff

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13:31 05May09 Pelham Gross -
Zigging and zagging up the mountain side--soldiers of the King. WHAT would we do without this upcoming and going on generation of Yeshua lovers?!

15:50 05May09 Margarita -
These are such beautiful pictures! I wish I was there with you all to experience such event. May the Lord bless you all and keep you, in Yeshua HaMashiach's name!

10:03 10May09 Chris & Betty Cochran -
We are grateful to be a part of the ministry of Tents of Mercy through partnering with you. The pictures of all the young people in the desert setting is beautiful. May God bring to maturity all the fruit that is growing! We'll be praying for Katzir Asher's summer camp.

15:32 20May09 Michael Beight -
Your photos reminded me of a comment made by a rabbi about the desert. In the rabbis' view, the desert is a place where we can see more clearly, unencumbered by other distractions. The desert reflects freedom and uncluttered vision, allowing us to take stock of our lives and ourselves in an environment devoid of outside pressures. And, if I could add, take stock of the great blessings we have and can have in Yeshua. Keep up the good work!

Also in this issue of the newsletter:
Dan Juster: The Orwellian Left
Avi Tekle: Passover Blessing
Moshe Morrison: A Quiet Proclamation
Asher Intrater: Gospel in Asia
Sahar: From Professional Soccer Player to Professing Believer