17th November 2019
Eagle Project Global Update November
By Evgeni Stanukevich
The Eagle Project - a united ministry of Return to Zion and Revive Israel
- was created to invest in young adults in Israel and abroad, to disciple
and equip them for their next steps with the Lord, and to develop the next
generation of leaders and servants.
Many of you are already familiar with the latest development in the Eagle
Project - a practical program that enables the young generation to minister
using their gifts. As a first step, we sent a team to Asia to bring the
Word out of Zion and to serve together in unity with the young generation
(You can read about that here!)
This program, created as a long-term relationship with our global family
and friends, has led us to the second step this year. We invited young
adults from Asia who participated in the Eagle Project to be involved in
ten days of practical ministry in Israel, united with the local youth for
fellowship and discipleship.
God gave us great opportunities to unite young people from Taiwan,
Japan, France, Norway and Israel and to serve Him together as one body.
The program started in the city of Haifa in northern Israel. The first day
we had a worship evening that was led by 11 worshipers and musicians as
one group from different congregations and countries. Approximately 80
youngsters attended this evening, with the subject to make God the
During the next days we continued with fellowship, a Shabbat meal and
ministry at the local congregation with testimonies, worship and reading
the Scriptures. In the evening the young people shared their experiences,
prayed for each other, experienced healing, and saw miracles during the
time of unity at the feet of our Lord.
The main subject of the program was Identity. Every passage of Scripture
we read and every trip we made were concentrated on it. A strong identity
in our youth will make the Kingdom of God stronger, according to the
vision of the Eagle Project from 1 John 2:14.
After a great time of traveling, teaching and ministry, the team moved to
Yad Hashmona in the Jerusalem area for the second part of the program.
The first activity there was hiking with the local youth on the Emmaus
road. The spirit of the Lord reveled to us further steps and opened
our hearts and minds for what He wanted to do next.
The next days were even busier, as the team learned and served from morning
until late evening. The days were full of biblical discussions, serving at
a rehab center in Jerusalem, visiting Yad Vashem (Holocaust Memorial)
and ministering at the local congregations in Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv.
The time went by quickly; as the young people tried and experienced new
things every day, they learned how to serve one another and listen to God.
They were not afraid to make mistakes as each of them built up their own
identity in His Kingdom.
The time was such a great experience! It was like a production place for
new young leaders and servants. For many of them it was a start of
something bigger in God's plan for their life and ministry.
The connection between young Jews and Gentiles at the midpoint of the
Feast of Tabernacles in Israel is a fulfillment of prophecies, and we
know God has more in store for us!
We are already planning our next year at Eagle Global Ministries, and
we are inviting you to partner with us and support it. When a
ministry is reaching out to the youth, many attacks may follow; therefore,
it needs spiritual covering from believers and congregations. Please pray
for us. God has been moving, is continuing to move, and will do great
things in the lives of young people who will bear much fruit in the body
of Messiah worldwide.