The Book of Ruth is a beautiful picture of Adonai using both Jew and non-Jew to return to the promised land and restore the promised inheritance. Ruth (non-Jew) valued the heritage of Naomi (Jew), so she was willing to leave her home land and return with Naomi to the land of Judah. In Judah both Ruth and Naomi received an inheritance through their Kinsman Redeemer, enabling them to receive their promised heritage: the Lineage of Messiah. Like Ruth, we value the heritage of our Jewish brothers and we seek to partner with them to restore the inheritance won for us all through our Kinsman Redeemer; Yeshua Ha Mashiach! Therefore, during the season of Shavuot, Ohio Friends of Israel will give an offering to a ministry that supports the Jewish and Messianic Jewish communities. Our aim is to come together as the One New Man (Ephesians 2:14) to spread the Gospel of Yeshua. This year our offering is going to One4Israel. If you would like to join us and give an offering, you can give online to Ohio friends of Israel or you can donate directly to One4Israel.
How to Donate
There are three ways to donate:
1) Mail in a check
Make checks payable to:
“FOTB Ohio Friends of Israel” 9545 Midwest Avenue Unit N, Garfield Heights, Ohio 44125
2) Donate online by PayPal
You will receive within 24 hours a notification of the receipt of your contribution.
Friends of the Bridegroom is a 501c3, Fully funded Ministry. All donations (100%) will be disbursed to our ministry partners in Israel.