Mission Statement: Living a life of purpose and of significance; having an impact on the lives of others to the extent that they would find the freedom to become all they were created to be.
The Purposes and Objectives:
A. A place where new Olim can come to, and get established in the community in which they choose to live. To provide an atmosphere whih would address the spiritual, emotional, and social needs of the community (Isaiah 54: 13-15), with emphasis on studying Hebrew so as to fully understand the roots of their identity.
B. Teaching Hebrew from the Bible. (Joshua 1:8) Eliezar Ben Yehuda (1858-- 1922) envisioned Hebrew as the foundation for living a profitable life in Israel. Learning and meditating upon the truth of the Bible inspires vision. From a vision comes a successful enterprise, which comes from God.
C. To provide an environment whereby entrepreneurs are able to achieve the goals for their enterprises. A nurturing environment will enable vision to grow to the place where one is willing to take the first steps of faith in the fulfillment of that vision. David found his passion to fight Goliath by focusing upon the rewards rather than the negative. (See 1 Samuel 17: David and Goliath).
D. Equipping Olim to have a positive impact upon their city. Involving them in their communities by using their gifts and talents will provide both a model and a legacy, which could therefore be duplicated in other communities. Because of one's involvement in their community, one's skills and talents will surface to impact the greater community around them.
E. Inspiring new olim to become involved for the purpose of the spiritual, social, and economic transformation within their communities. This in turn would draw others to become involved in the transformation of the community.
F. Building an Embassy for the Kingdom of God and promoting Kingdom principles within the area in which we live.
We now have a functioning Embassy for the Kingdom of God.