Gentiles Supporting Jews

Wild Olive Branches

Paul of Tarsus gave this name to the Gentiles— the non-Jewish people who believe in the Three-in-One God.

    Romans 11:17—
  • You non-Jewish people are like the branch of a wild olive tree that has been joined to that first tree. You now share the strength and life of the first tree, the Jews.

  • Romans 15:27—
  • These who are not Jews have shared in the Jews’ spiritual blessings, so they should use their material possessions to help the Jews.

  • Galatians 3:28—
  • There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.

The purpose of this website—

To encourage my fellow Wild Olive Branches to rally around and support the Messianic Jewish believers in Yeshua and Messianic Jewish Ministries. I’m a Gentile who has a heart for the Jewish people. I hope to encourage and highlight the IMPORTANCE of supporting our Jewish brothers and sisters in Christ along with sharing the Good News of the Gospel “… to the Jew first, and then to the Gentile …” :)

Massive Snow Storm Hits Israel

Nothing like this since 1876!

Israel Snow Storm photos

israel snow storm

“The massive three-day winter storm that slammed Israel over the weekend finally came to an end on Sunday, though its effects were still being felt throughout the country, especially in Jerusalem and the Galilee.

During the height of the storm, hundreds of people were stranded on the roads leading in and out of Jerusalem, and thousands fled the capital via train. In fact, Israel Railways took the unprecedented step of running trains into and out of Jerusalem during Shabbat to help people escape the worst of the storm”.

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Source: Israel Today

If you pay the BBB $15,000 are they really unbiased?


I don’t know about you, but when I reviewed the BBB fee chart, I almost fell out of my chair. $15,000! Are you kidding me? Seems hard to believe that any report coming from a group you are paying that much money would have nothing but nice things to say about you. Just my opinion. Yours?

Screenshot of BBB page

Scathing Report IFCJ’s Financials

Over 40% of Donations for Fund Raising & Salaries!

An excellent article by Ministry Watch regarding the International Fellowship of Christians & Jews financial excesses

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein photo

“… Rabbi Eckstein’s total compensation in 2012 amounted to over $1.2 million! Moreover, compensation paid to two of Rabbi Eckstein’s daughters and a son-in law amounts to over $250,000. Combining the adjusted fundraising costs noted above and his compensation, over 40% of a donor dollar goes to fundraising and Rabbi Eckstein’s excessive compensation …”

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Fortunately, a number of Godly ministries are listed in the article as much better options for Believers who have a heart for Israel and her people!

Please share this!

One For Israel

One For Israel Shares the Gospel through Media in Israel

From the Website—

“… Shalom and Welcome! is a fund-raiser uniquely designed to support media evangelism among Hebrew speaking Jews & Arabs in Israel! This website ( is our face to you, the believer in Yeshua (Jesus Christ). We, who share the gospel online in Israel using culturally relevant media tools and websites in Hebrew, would like you, our brothers and sisters in Christ around the world, to stand with us and support our mission here in Israel …”

SHARE the Gospel of Jewish Messiah—Jesus Christ in HEBREW with the Jewish people in ISRAEL!

Donate Here— To feed the soul and save a life in the end!

ONLY Messianic School in Jerusalem

ONLY Messianic School in Jerusalem Ordered CLOSED


Donations Needed for Legal Defense

Makor HaTikvah Messianic Day School

JERUSALEM – April 9, 2013—messianic school
Subject: Important Update Concerning Makor HaTikvah.
Dear Friends of Makor HaTikvah:

I know that you, along with many others who support and pray for us, have been waiting to hear if we have received an answer concerning our request for state recognition of our school. We have, and so I want to let you know what has happened. As some of you may know, about three years ago, Makor HaTikvah Messianic Day School began a process of seeking official state recognition for our school. Encouraged by the Ministry of Education to come under their supervision, we felt that this would not only give more weight and legitimacy to our school, which had, by that time, already been operating for 20 years, but we also saw this as a way to gain the much needed financial help that would result from such recognition and state funding.

All throughout this process, we carefully and systematically followed all the procedures which were required of us, including making certain structural changes to our building in order to conform to all of the required standards which were demanded of state recognized schools. We were happy to receive a final approval from the Board of Health and continued to move forward in order to reach the end of this process.

In that regard, we met with regional officials who interviewed us, filled out voluminous paperwork concerning our course of studies, teacher qualifications, etc., and interviewed many students, by speaking to them personally, and viewing their classes. They commented about how impressed they were with our school, our resources and our levels and standards and that we’d receive an answer within one to three months. That was around late October/early November of 2012.

After not hearing beyond that time, we began to inquire in the beginning of February, and it wasn’t until a few days ago that we received a final answer which denied our request for a license and was accompanied by a court order to close our school within 30 days …

[Read the full story here]

Please donate to Keep the School Open here

Grafting the Wild Olive Branch

Grafting the Wild Olive Branch to the natural Olive Tree

  1. The whole point of grafting is that each part of the grafted tree keeps its original character.
  2. The variety used for the root stock may be resistant to fungus or other pests but has a small or low yield olive.
  3. The graft may have weak roots but large fruit with high oil content.
  4. The resulting tree has the best of both varieties :)