I believe 2023 will go down in history as an extraordinary year for Bridges for Peace. It will be a year set apart from previous years due to the depth of our work which was made possible by Christians who love, pray and stand with Israel and the Jewish people. It has been a year of pain, division, strength and unity for Israel, and through it all, Bridges for Peace continues our calling from God to provide for Israel’s needy and build relationships between Christians and Jews in Israel and around the world. It is a holy calling into which God has drawn hundreds of thousands of Christians worldwide to love what He loves and stand on His promises, both to Israel and the nations.
Be in good health. See the FAQ for more information on health requirements.
Have the recommendation of your family, pastor, and others in the community.
Have funds prepared to cover your food, lodging and other monthly expenses as well as round-trip airfare to and from Israel. (See the FAQ)
Have medical insurance that is valid outside your country in case of accident, injury or illness in Israel. (An expatriate insurance policy can be purchased in Israel through Bridges for Peace. More information is available upon request).
Realize that during your term of service with BFP, you are not coming on a tour or a vacation, but to serve in a vital and needed staff position.
Recognize that you are seen by the outside world as a volunteer with Bridges for peace, so the future of our work in Israel depends upon your Christian character and faithfulness.
Your national office may require a processing fee of $35 US (or the equivalent in your country’s currency). Contact your national office for more information.