Camp Tzadi 2019: Reversing the Natural Order

Catch the fire and get inspired.

Camp Tzadi Staff

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Do you ever get overwhelmed when you look at all the evil that’s going on in the world?

It’s disheartening to get news updates about famine, poverty, war, murder, oppression, injustice, environmental disasters, sickness, and disease. The list goes on and on including the rise of anti-Semitism and the world’s increasing disdain for the State of Israel. There doesn’t seem to be an end. It feels like this evil is just the natural order of humankind and that there will always be bad in our world. It feels hopeless, something that no matter how hard we try, we can never change.

But we can make a change. We can reverse the natural order.

Our Messiah has promised us that he will one day return and reign as king in Jerusalem. He will return the world to how it was in the Garden of Eden. He will rebuild the Temple, and defeat Israel’s enemies. Poverty, sickness, and famine will be no more. Yeshua will rule the world by Torah, and there will be no more war or injustice. As his disciples, we are not supposed to merely wait and pray for the kingdom to arrive; we are to bring it now. But how do we do that?

Yeshua told his disciples to pray “your kingdom come,” but at the same time, he told them that the kingdom was at hand. Today when we look around, we do not see the fruit of the kingdom, so we must bear the fruit ourselves. We bear the task of bringing the kingdom to earth; we bear the responsibility of repairing this world. We must move into action to radically take over the world as disciples of the one true King. It is our job to bring the kingdom by living godly lives. We must model the kingdom for all the world to see, with hope and vision of the future day.

This summer at Camp Tzadi we will take on this radical call. We will learn how the everyday small things in our lives can build and usher in the kingdom of God—being a voice against anti-Semitism, helping at a local food bank, giving charity, or even recycling can make a difference.

It’s not only the right thing to do; it’s our calling. You might feel too young or inadequate to bring change, but we have a God who believes in us, and together as a movement of young people, we can make this a reality.

Join us as we catch the fire and get inspired to reverse the natural order preparing the earth for Messiah’s return and the kingdom of heaven. We’re on a mission, and we won’t stop until the kingdom comes. You are a part of that; we are a part of that, and together we become a force that cannot be stopped.

Camp Tzadi 2019 will be held in Rolla, Missouri, July 3-16. Space is limited so sign up soon. If you are eighteen years old and above, please contact us about being a counselor.

Get ready to change the world by seeking the kingdom of God and bringing it closer through good deeds. Every day. Everywhere.

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