Throughout their desert experience, the Children of Israel felt the pull to return to Egypt, and Moses needed to enable them to understand the advantages of freedom, which is accompanied by servitude to G-d. Therefore, it was critical that the Children of Israel be reliant upon G-d for their food and water and understand that simple food and water from G-d as free persons is preferable to watermelon and fish in Egypt as slaves.
CFOIC Heartland enables Christians to connect with the Jewish communities (settlements) in the heart of Biblical Israel. Judea and Samaria (the “West Bank”) are not occupied territory. These communities are the birthplace of the Jewish people.
July 2021 - Talmon Children and Youth
About the project
Talmon is eager to provide its young residents with the facilities they need most – an indoor activity center for children and their parents, a Student Hub for young adults, and a teen-run campsite that promotes Biblical values and Jewish solidarity. Your support will help Talmon build vital resources for their most valuable residents, children, teens, and college students. Today, your donation will support these inspiring pioneers as they settle and raise the next generation in Biblical Israel.