Team Readies For Big First Day at Hosanna Medical Outreach

Rick Kingham,
Executive Director of Global Ministries for Jewish Voice

DATELINE: Hosanna, Ethiopia

The clinic is set! The mood here with the team is fever pitch! Already reports of people opening their hearts to Yeshua! Today we begin with a full staff and thousands of people coming for medical care and love! What a privilege to serve the Gafat community! Yesterday was Palm Sunday in Ethiopia. How fitting we are in Hosanna! Lord Save Now!

Consider joining us on a Jewish Voice medical mission as a volunteer! All throughout the year, we host international medical outreaches for underprivileged Jewish communities in remote parts of Africa and India that feature free treatment for medical, eye, and dental conditions. Our five-day clinics bring not only physical healing through medicine and medical procedures, but also spiritual healing through sharing the Gospel of Yeshua and through prayer. You don’t have to be a medical professional to raise your own support and come on a humanitarian outreach with us; you just need to be willing to serve with a heart of compassion. Sign up for an upcoming outreach.

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Gondar Medical Outreach Featured in December 2012 Newsletter

Connections-Dec2012-archiveJewish Voice took a team to Gondar, Ethiopia, to conduct a 5-day free medical clinic for the Jewish community there. The results were awesome! Read about it in our December 2012 Connections newsletter.

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Offering Aid to the Bnei Menashe Lost Tribe Before Aliyah

2012 Jewish Voice medical clinic in Manipur.

2012 Jewish Voice medical clinic in Manipur.

By Jonathan Gannon,
Director of Global Outreach for Jewish Voice

DATELINE: Manipur, INDIA
October  28, 2012 7:47 a.m.

This is our third Jewish Voice medical outreach to the Bnei Menashe Jewish community of Manipur. We are situated in far eastern India, near Burma and Bangladesh. Our Jewish Voice team of 42 participants (staff, medical professionals, and volunteers) arrived just over 50 hours ago. The journey here has been immensely challenging, but full of the Lord’s miraculous provision.

There is much mystery surrounding our target audience here in Manipur, the Bnei Menashe community. This Jewish community is considered by many to be one of the Lost Tribes of Israel and is the focus of much international research and publication. In fact, rabbis from Israel have been coming to this humble region for more than 30 years with the goal of imparting traditional rabbinic Judaism to the Bnei Menashe.

How do we know that these people are actually of Israelite origin? Well, there are several factors that suggest strongly that the claims are indeed true. The first clue lies within the name of the Mizo and Kuki tribal ancestor “Manmaseh” (which is phonetically close to the name Manasseh, one of the tribes of Israel). (more…)

Upcoming Fall Jewish Voice Medical Outreaches 2011

If you are interested in joining us as a volunteer on one of our medical outreaches to poor Jewish communities in Ethiopia and India, you will certainly want to consider our remaining medical clinics for 2011 and look ahead to our 2012 schedule.

2011 Medical Outreach to Gondar, Ethiopia
9/30 – 10/9
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Tess Cox prays for a Manipur child.

2011 Medical Outreach to Manipur, India

10/27 – 11/7
Go to our India Medical Outreach page online for more details.


 2012 Schedule of Jewish Voice Medical Outreaches

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First Time JVMI Missions Volunteer Helps HIV Victim

Jeremie Sare, Jonathan Bernis, Julee Kasserman, and Derinda Walker in Addis.

Jeremie Sare, Jonathan Bernis, Julee Kasserman, and Derinda Walker in Addis.

By Julee Kasserman,
Volunteer nurse at 2011 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, medical outreach

For my first mission trip with Jewish Voice, I worked in the nurse’s station in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in May 2011.  The team of nurses in that station worked diligently to provide treatments for the conditions of impoverishment.  We provided ear irrigations to remove dirt, bugs, and debris from the ear canal likely caused by sleeping on the dirt or having inadequate shelter.  We also treated skin infections that could have been easily prevented by regular bathing with soap and water. (more…)

First Pre-Medical Clinic Video from Ethiopia

Hi, friends and newbies to the Jewish Voice blog,

We are so excited that we have video straight from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the site of our medical outreach to two Jewish communities, the Beta Avraham and the Beta Israel! Don’t forget to click “share” at the end of this blog post to send this to those you care about who need to know about this.

These impoverished Lost Tribes of Israel are desperate for medical care. We bring a group of volunteers at least once a year to Ethiopia to offer medical care free of charge. That includes eye care and dental care as well. It’s always a wonderful time of not only bringing in a team of skilled doctors to bless those who could never afford this type of healthcare, but also a wonderful time of ministry. God always does amazing things among these two Jewish tribes, healing them supernaturally and revealing Himself as their Messiah. (more…)

Eyewitness Video Next Week From Addis Ababa, Ethiopia!

Jewish Voice Medical Outreach to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Jewish Voice Medical Outreach to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Join us as we share the exciting stories of God’s blessings and miracles among the Jewish People of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, who will get free medical care and the Good News of their Messiah during our Jewish Voice medical outreach! Look for fresh video from Ethiopia, starting next Wednesday, April 27 through the end of our clinic on May 6.

Larry, our cameraman and producer,  will be capturing the action on video as our Jewish Voice President Jonathan Bernis and our staff evangelist and medical trip prayer director Jack Zimmerman share what’s happening from the ground in Africa at our Jewish Voice medical clinic. We will be sharing all the news through YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, our blog here, and our website, www.jewishvoice.org.

Be watching for more details next week!