Tents of Mercy, Fields of Wheat
Fostering Messianic congregations and humanitarian services in Israel; equipping youth through national conferences; and training young adults, both Jewish and Arab, through young adult discipleship.
In 1989, when the Berlin Wall came down and waves of Soviet Jewish immigrants began arriving in Israel, Eitan received a vision in prayer. He was shown a “desert oasis,” to become tents of God’s mercy, giving material and spiritual provision to Jewish people returning from the nations to Israel. He and Connie began living in Israel as permanent citizens in ’92 and three years later, Tents of Mercy became a reality. Tents of Mercy is dedicated to the Book of Acts model: planting indigenous, Hebrew-speaking congregations to re-establish the gospel in its original soil; and giving aid to the needy. Six local congregations have been planted over the years. The humanitarian services, which include a well-stocked warehouse and distribution center, have impacted thousands of lives.
Fields of Wheat is a national ministry equipping Messianic youth and young adults to be workers in the end-time harvest leading to Yeshua’s return.
Eitan has authored two books: “What About Us? The end-time calling of Gentiles in Israel’s revival” and “With All Your Heart,” a manual for living life to the full.