It is common for Orthodox Jews to limit children’s education to the Torah and Jewish traditions
A former Orthodox Jew who came to faith in Jesus Christ is now homeless and has little hope of finding work.
After meeting a Christian worker nine years ago, Noa gradually came to understand and believe the gospel. And recently, he placed his faith in Jesus as Savior. His decision, however, was met with intense ridicule from his community and his family, who kicked him out of the house. He is currently sleeping at a friend’s place of business while looking for work, but his options are limited. As an Orthodox Jew, Noa’s education was almost entirely focused on learning the Torah and Jewish traditions. In addition to persecution from his family, Noa has experienced harassment from radical anti-missionary groups like Yad L’Achim.