We have had the opportunity to travel around the world and have had the honor of meeting many precious men and women who experienced and survived the Holocaust. Words can never express the testimonies that we have heard of the horrific human suffering, trauma and horrors of the past. In specific detail these men and women entrusted us as they shared of their personal experiences and our lives have never been the same since.
According to statistics, there are approximately 100,000 Jews who were in camps, ghettos and in hiding under Nazi occupation who are still alive today. Currently the youngest age is 71 of the many of these Jewish Holocaust survivors.
Looking forward, we aim to expand our mission endeavors as a ministry. It is important to us to not only sustain our current relations and support, but to reach beyond our present borders.
We have had the opportunity to assist many of these elderly survivors whom in large part are living below the poverty line. Through this ministry we have partnered in the renovation of a Senior Center in Budapest Hungary. This center and organization provides a place where the survivors are able to get food and daily living essentials.
Our goal is to continue to support holocaust survivors by meeting their physical needs but also bring the love and hope of Yeshua to their life.