Widows, single mothers, and their families are one of the most underprivileged demographic groups in the nation of Israel. Government welfare programs are difficult to navigate and supply minimal provision for basic needs. Additional support, such as programs for children, career development, counseling, and most importantly, spiritual discipleship are non-existent.
Streams in the Desert offers support and services to underprivileged families living in the south of Israel. They provide financially by paying bills and providing food; emotionally through counseling and parent support groups; and practically through career development and as a liaison to government welfare offices—all while overseeing spiritual health and growth. Children and teens are also supported with afterschool, summer, and holiday camps that teach them about the love of Yeshua through exciting activities and engaging experiences.