“Recently, I was informed by the Landlord of Dugit Centre that we have to pack our books and coffee and move out...”
This was the shocking news that Avi Mizrachi, the director of Dugit, received when he met the Landlord with the expectation to renew their lease on a small shop front in busy central Tel Aviv a few months ago. Finding a new place takes time and the Centre had to close within the month, so there was only one thing they could do - take Dugit to the street!
Israelis are hungry and searching for the truth and Dugit experienced that first hand as they joined the Haifa Outreach campaign last December, giving out thousands of Bibles and literature. As the days get longer and the sun gets hotter, Israelis begin to relax and have more time to sit, talk, and listen to the Good News. With the summer months rolling in, it is the perfect time to have more of a presence on the street in Tel Aviv’s beach front metropolis.
“Street evangelism is an amazing way to meet many more people who are open and interested. Our Dugit evangelism team has already developed a new summer schedule that will have them praying together and going to the streets almost on a daily basis. We will also continue collaborating with the efforts of other congregations in our area. It is a great way to