We Support Israel


 Who is Gihon Springs?

Gihon Springs is Genesis 12:3 coming to life! “I will bless those who bless thee.”
A 501(c)(3) non-profint organization designed to support fellow believers in Israel.
Gihon Springs was the only source of water to Jerusalem in the days of Jesus.
Jesus refers to Himself as “living water”, a gushing fountain that He is so willing to give out. (John 17). We are spending extended time in Israel every year, as the Lord wills. Our main focus will be to uplift and support Israeli believers.
  • A printing press that gives out books and Bibles for free
  • A pro-life ministry that is helping Israelis to choose life.
  • An outreach dedicated to assisting 18 year olds  who  must serve in the IDF,  3 years for boys and 2 years for girls, to maintain their strong belief in Yeshua and much more.
  • Bible College in the Galilee region
  • Calvary Chapel Tel Aviv, feeding the homeless including assisting in many of their needs.
If you want to support this new and growing ministry to Israel  we would welcome your help.  We will be sending out a newsletter sharing all the ministries. 
Pray for the Lord to use this ministry to bless the nation of Israel in Jesus name.
All donations are tax deductible.
Genesis 12:3, “I will bless those who bless thee.” 


American Friends of Meir Panim (AFMP), a non-profit organization in support of Israel, was established to promote, support and further activities which are committed to providing both immediate and long-term relief to the impoverished- young and old alike- via a dynamic range of food and social service programs, all aimed at helping the needy with dignity and respect. AFMP funds organizations such as Meir Panim (which in Hebrew means “brightening faces”) based upon grant applications submitted to it and decided upon by the Board of Directors. AFMP is an independent entity and operates according to the laws of New York State and the United States of America.


Meir Panim produces thousands of meals every day, feeding the hungry all over Israel – young and old alike.


Meir Panim operates a community center in Sderot. As high-poverty areas with large immigrant populations, there are a large number of at-risk children who depend on the centers to break out of the cycle of poverty.


Meir Panim offers special programs for Holocaust Survivors, ensuring that every one of their needs are cared for in their older age, as well as creating a fun and social environment for the elderly survivors.