Pruning Registration is Now Open!
We’re issuing the call to all valiant men for service in the vineyards! The work to be accomplished is greater than ever, and the farmers need all the hands that are willing to come and participate; there is no limit!
This year’s pruning is extremely
important and exciting, as it is the last pruning season before the Shmittah
(seventh) year begins. Biblically (see Exodus 23:10-11 and Leviticus 25), Harvest 2014 is promised to produce triple-fold
the fruit that it usually does. When this happens, the pruning season is even more
For this reason, we are putting forth the call for 100 men to join us on the mountains of Samaria to experience an amazing time of iron sharpening iron, allowing HaShem to prune our own hearts, and participating in one of the most amazing things that is happening in the world today: being a vinedresser on the mountains of Samaria.
We have five trip options available to help with pruning grapes in Israel, which are listed with the costs below:
Trip Dates: Trip Costs:
8 Weeks: Jan 28 – Mar 25 $2,200.00
5 Weeks: Jan 28 – Mar 4 $1,650.00
3 Weeks (1): Jan 28 – Feb 18 $1,150.00
2 Weeks: Feb 18 – Mar 4 $800.00
3 Weeks (2): Mar 4 – Mar 25 $1,150.00
Request your application now to begin your journey of a lifetime – a journey to the Heartland of Israel!
We look forward to experiencing an amazing time of fellowship, pruning grapes in Israel, and restoration on the mountains of Samaria, the Heartland of Israel.
Addressing Core Issues and Improving Your Impact
West Side Institutional Synagogue
120 West 76th Street
New York, NY 10023
2:00 – 5:00 pm EST
1:00 – 4:00 pm CST
You can contact David Ha’Ivri at email@example.com
Click Here to Register for Attending or Live Streaming
This conference is for Leaders and Supporters of the land of Israel. You will hear the very latest International Public Diplomacy (Hasbara) efforts by the Shomron (Samaria) leadership and US media.
Find out about proven strategies to communicate the truth about Israel and why Judea and Samaria ( West Bank ) must be the main focus of Today’s Israel Advocacy!
Israel Advocacy Live Streaming Nashville:
HaYovel Staff are on the ground in Tennessee, ready to share fresh reports from the heartland of Israel. Governor Mesika has traveled to New York to speak on behalf of Judea and Samaria. Join us Sunday afternoon the 17th from 1:00-4:00 pm CST at:
Franklin Marriott Cool Springs
700 Cool Springs
to hear the conference speakers live from the West Side Institutional Synagogue in NY and be inspired to take up the torch for the Covenant Land of Israel.
Check out This Article in Arutz Sheva about this historic gathering.
We are all sun-kissed and grateful, with Harvest 2013 burning in our hearts.
Can’t wait to hug your neck,
P.S. If you are not in our area, there is still time to sign up to host your own gathering to view online in your community. Just GO HERE to register!
We were blessed to walk out Jeremiah 31:5-6 yet again as we wrapped up the harvest this year in Samaria, the Heartland of Israel, or commonly known as the West Bank Israel. We wrapped up by planting a new vineyard!
“Behold, the days are coming, says the LORD, when the plowman shall overtake the reaper, and the treader of grapes him who sows seed; the mountains shall drip with sweet wine, and all the hills shall flow with it.” – Amos 9:13
Harvest 2013 was a smashing success. Baruch HaShem (bless the Name)! We succeeded in picking 420 tons of grapes, which will be made into about 273,000 bottles of wine!
We held a celebration in the vineyard, while one of our elders had the honor of snipping the last bunch of grapes for this year’s harvest. Cheers erupted as clapping and dancing broke out.
We also had the blessing of picking olives for three days. Young and old delighted in raking the branches and climbing into the trees to reach the highest fruit. The weather was cooler by this time as we worked, sang, and fellowshiped in the shady olive grove.
Several vineyard owners threw wonderful thank-you parties for our harvest family over the past few weeks. Wine, gourmet food, and speeches abounded as we realized that we are the ones being abundantly blessed – to have the honor and privilege of being a part of what God is doing on the mountains of Israel.
The last of the harvesters and the staff worked together to begin packing up the camp this past week – no small task! We also took time out to play “the edification game” with the volunteers before they left, bringing verbal and public thankfulness from the heart as to how each person brought unique giftings to add to the harvest community. Tears flowed as hugs and email addresses were exchanged before each left for the airport to make their departure.
In the midst of this, two Zion’s Sake speaking teams were sent out: one to New Zealand and Australia, and the other to South Africa, where they will articulate a fresh, positive, eyewitness account to these nations about the current prophetic happenings in the Land.
Now that only staff and a few days remain before we leave, we will complete the jobs of sorting, scrubbing, and painting. Everything in the camp has to be organized, cleaned and stored properly to await the pruners, who will arrive in just a few months.
“You shall yet plant vines on the mountains of Samaria; the planters shall plant and eat them as ordinary food.” – Jeremiah 31:5
We were thrilled to help Nir Lavi plant almost 7,000 new vines recently, on the ground he has been preparing for his new vineyard. “We’re just being obedient to what HaShem has told us to do,” he proclaimed. How exciting to come back next year and see for ourselves how much these vines will have grown. In just four years, these vines will be ready to harvest – Baruch HaShem! What an encouragement to our hearts to witness new life in the ground as we go back to the nations. How thankful we are to have tasted, and seen, that the LORD is good!
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The Train Method!
A Report from the Fields
As the grape harvest begins to draw closer and closer to that time when we will pick the last grape, we are still hard at work in the fields, falling into a daily routine of breakfast at 5:00, lunch at 10:30, and work until 1:00 or2:00. On one day alone, we brought in a record 24 tons on the Mount of Blessing!
Over the vines, we have seen chains fall as one testimony after another has reached fertile soil. We laugh at jokes, compete with the other teams, and sing with all our hearts! As some harvesters departed for home this week, we cried as we edified them with words of truth. We have been so blessed this year to have a strong elder presence. They have strengthened us by their physical presence and by their strong work ethic.
It has been a historic couple of weeks, as we have already broken the record for how many tons of grapes we have picked during one harvest alone. Currently, we’re at 330 tons, and there’s still more to go!
One of the secrets to our effective harvesting lies in what we call the ”Train Method”. It’s efficient, fast, and amazingly fun as the trains (teams) compete with one another as they fly down one row after the other!