Connie


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"What a sight to see tall, lanky teenagers with their arms draped around each other's shoulders, swaying back and forth during sweet times of worship."
 
 

Katzir Kayitz (Summer Harvest), our annual summer camp for teens, took place a few weeks ago on the far Northern Mediterranean coast. About 80 youth plus 20 counselors from all over Israel participated. The camp is structured around small groups that meet together every morning for quiet time, Bible study, sharing and prayer.

Each of the six days was filled with fun activities, many involving water. One of the highlights was not quite so much fun, but was very meaningful. The whole group traveled by bus to the shore of Lake Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee). There we participated in a great new program called the "Beautiful Land Initiative." Within an hour and a half we filled 408 large garbage bags with litter. It was hot and dirty and gross. It was also a really good experience - very satisfying and thought provoking for us all.

Every evening there was a meeting led by a different worship team from among the teens themselves, and then sharing by dynamic speakers. Following the messages, there was more worship and an opportunity for prayer.

Probably the best part of the camp was how the kids softened up over a period of days - getting close to each other, letting their guard down and allowing their hearts and lives to be impacted by the gentle leading of the Holy Spirit. What a sight to see tall, lanky teenagers with their arms draped around each other's shoulders, swaying back and forth during sweet times of worship.

There's a fierce battle raging for the hearts and souls of Israel's youth and young adults. Ongoing intercession is appropriate and appreciated.

By Connie
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15:49 5Oct16 Anon -
Maybe because I have 15 precious grandchildren, many of which are in their teens/early 20s, this is so moving to me; but my heart swells with intercession as I see this beautiful picture of these precious, anointed youth who love Yeshua and their nation. I have prayed for many years, for the next generation, and I will continue to do so. Thank you for sharing.

23:05 09Oct16 R -
I'm praying that these kids have a close encounter with Y'shua that will confirm their faith and calling. Recognizing the voice of the spirit is SO important in the noise of this world. Obviously God has something special in mind for each person involved in the camp. Blessings on the kids AND the camp leaders!


Also in this issue of the newsletter:
Daniel Juster: Prosperity
Tents of Mercy: You are Invited
Moshe Morrison: A Feast for All Nations
Guy Cohen: Depth of Soul, End of Days
Asher Intrater: Joint Destiny