Jewish People that Ezra has Helped to Israel
Helping – Today
And He will lift up a standard for the nations and assemble the banished ones of Israel, and will gather the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth. Isaiah 11:12
Ezra International – Rescue, Return, Restore – Poor Jewish People to Israel
Ezra International is a Christian non-profit organization that helps the poorest of the poor Jewish people make aliyah (emigrate to Israel). The return of Jewish people to Israel today is a fulfillment of God’s promise made centuries ago. For 2,000 years, it seemed impossible. But now it’s happening and scripture also promised that you can be a part of it!
Ezra’s Logo: God is at the center of it all and He is reaching out to the four corners of the earth. He is re-gathering His people back to Israel and you can help provide a light to show the way home.
Ezra’s Vision – Rescue, Return and Restore
From Siberia to the Amazon and from Budapest to Buenos Aires, Jewish families hear that call. Their prophets foretold long ago that the return to Israel in our time would be a miracle, and it is—greater even than the Exodus from Egypt under Moses.
The prophets also foretold another calling for our time, to the Gentiles, to those of us from among the nations. It’s a call that Ezra International responds to each and every day. The God of Israel’s promise is that as the Jewish people come home to Israel, Gentiles have a responsibility in that process. In Isaiah 49:22 He declares: “Thus says the Lord GOD: ‘Behold, I will lift up my hand to the nations, and raise my signal to the peoples; and they shall bring your sons in their arms, and your daughters shall be carried on their shoulders.’” Learn more
Children’s Rescue Center
Our Children’s Rescue Center is the only one of its kind in Ukraine. The staff field phone calls from family members, neighbors and others reporting abuse of children and can be called out 24/7. Rescue Center staff do home visits and are the social workers managing the case files for children identified at risk. They attempt to keep children in their homes, if it is safe and viable to do so, and provide in-home support. If they reach the conclusion that a child’s welfare requires removal from the home, that recommendation is given to the government officials who make these decisions. Removals are carried out with police co-operation. Our staff then place the children in facilities for their health, children’s homes or foster families.