Hope for Israel
Bringing the hope of Messiah back to Israel
Jerusalem, Israel
About Hope for Israel

Hope for Israel passionately proclaims the Kingdom of God to Israel through discipleship and humanitarian outreach the people will know the Truth, fall in love with Yeshua, and understand the freedom of salvation.

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Moran Rosenblit
Moran Rosenblit
Founder and Executive Director
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Bringing the hope of Messiah back to Israel

Life in Israel can be hard. The cost of living is high, average incomes are low, and the daily struggle strips away the hope and promise of a better future.

Hope for Israel is bringing hope back to the Land through youth discipleship, humanitarian aid, service-focused tours, and resources for the Body of believers worldwide. Their discipleship ministry provides Israelis with support and fellowship through the critical phases of high school, the military, and beyond, while their humanitarian efforts touch the needs of Jewish and Arab believers with food distribution and financial support. Hope for Israel’s articles, prayer alerts, and news updates equip readers with reliable resources and deeper understanding of what God is doing in Israel.

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Jerusalem, Israel
About the ministry

Hope for Israel


Hope for Israel (HFI) is a discipleship and service-oriented ministry founded by Moran Rosenblit in 2000. Their mission is to bring the hope of Messiah back to Israel by meeting physical and spiritual needs within Israel and providing resources to encourage, educate, and equip believers throughout the world on Israel-related issues. Hope for Israel partners with believers from every corner of the earth to carry out God’s work in Israel, to bring glory to His name, and to ultimately see His people turn to Yeshua, their Messiah.

About the Founder and Executive Director

Moran Rosenblit

Moran was born and raised in a secular Jewish family on a kibbutz in Israel. Despite his lack of religious background, the horrific loss of close friends and fellow soldiers during his military service caused Moran to walk away from any hope in the existence of God. After a move to the United States and several divine appointments, Moran’s heart was not only opened to the existence of God, but also to the revelation of Yeshua as the promised Messiah of Israel. Once his heart was surrendered, the Lord told Moran to return and share the hope he had found with the people of Israel. Moran has faithfully served the people of Israel in the name of Yeshua ever since.