Tag Archives: Compassion for Jewish People

Roundup 2018 – Looking Forward to 2019

/ January 9, 2019/ Media, videos

Roundup 2018 – Roundup 2018 also Director of Jacob’s Hope, Brent Johnson, talks about events of 2018 and looks forward to 2019. 15 minutes Be an INTERCESSOR for Israel – “Watchmen on the Wall”

End Of Year Greeting From Director Brent Johnson

/ December 19, 2018/ Media, videos

End of year greeting from director Brent Johnson. Director of Jacob’s Hope, Brent Johnson, talks about the end of the 2018 year. Jacob’s Hope thanks all of our ministry partners. Many Jewish people have come to know Messiah as their personal savior. Also it has been a great year because of your prayers and support. We will be talking more about, in 2019, the new facility purchased in

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December 2018 Prayer Points

/ December 5, 2018/ Prayers

  December 2018 Prayer Points The Feast of Dedication (Hanukkah, Dec 2-10, 2018) tells a story of the goodness of God. History records the tiny Maccabee army’s miraculous victory over the powerful Seleucid (Syrian–Greek) army. After this victory the Maccabees began cleansing the defiled Temple of God and located just one pure jar of oil to light the menorah. One jar would burn one day. The jar of

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How Do the New Tax Laws Impact my Charitable Giving?

/ November 20, 2018/ Articles

How Do the New Tax Laws Impact my Charitable Giving? This is a question many of us are asking our tax advisors this time of year.  Jacob’s Hope always advises you to seek specific advice from your financial advisors before making such gifts. However, here are some questions we are hearing. Our responses to them come from conferring with professional advisors in the area of charitable giving. Can I make

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November 2018 Prayer Points – We mourn with the Jewish people

/ November 1, 2018/ Prayers

We mourn with the Jewish people and Pittsburgh for the senseless loss of life last week at the Tree of Life synagogue.   The tragic shooting is shocking, but not surprising. This event rocks the global Jewish community because everyone feels the pain when one (or many) experiences tragedy. We know God’s people are targeted by the enemy. We just don’t know where or when these atrocities will

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