Ministries & Organizations

The following organizations are recommended and often supported by the Nathaniel Foundation.

Dr. Richard Booker, MBA, Ph.D., is an ordained Christian minister, President of Sounds of the Trumpet, Inc., and the Founder/Director of the Institute for Hebraic-Christian Studies.
Vision for Israel & The Joseph Storehouse is a non-profit organization created by Barry and Batya Segal in 1994 out of the desire to help build and restore the Land.
Learning has always been sacred to the Hebrew peoples. The progression from knowledge to understanding to wisdom has been the quest of prophets and sages, of apostles and teachers, of men and women of God from time immemorial.
The Hebraic Christian Global Community mission is to facilitate the move of God to restore the Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith to all believers without any distinction as to race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, or denominational affiliation.
Brad H. Young is the founder and president of the Gospel Research Foundation, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The focus of The Crossover Project is to promote a greater understanding of the differences and similarities between Jewish and Christian customs, history, and theology, while purposing to disarm prejudice and intolerance.
The World Mission Outreach Organization’s vision is to proclaim the Gospel, equip the next generation, and mobilize the church throughout the world beginning with the House of Israel.
The Holocaust Remembrance Association (HRA) is a 501-c-3 educational organization, founded by descendant of Holocaust survivors, Rozalie and Mitch Jerome and based in Kingwood, Texas.
March of Remembrance Dallas is a local chapter of a Christian organization that started in Germany partnering with Southern Methodist University. We come together to remember the Holocaust, stand against anti-Semitism and hate and reconcile with the Jewish community during the month of Yom HaShoa (Holocaust Remembrance Day). The day will include a ceremony, music, march around campus and a closing ceremony with Holocaust survivors, repentant descendants of SS officers and dignitaries.
The March of Life is an initiative by Jobst and Charlotte Bittner and TOS Ministries from Tübingen, Germany. Together with descendants of German Wehrmacht soldiers and members of the SS and police force, they have organized memorial and reconciliation marches at sites of the Holocaust all over Europe. Since the beginning of this movement in 2007, marches were held in 20 nations and in more than 400 cities in cooperation with Christians from different churches and denominations, as well as from many Jewish communities.
The time to live the unity of the Scriptures has arrived.
Operation Care International exists to glorify God. In obedience to His will, we connect impoverished children and the homeless to Jesus Christ providing for their physical needs through God’s provision both at home and abroad.
Over 250,000 readers around the world have found hope, healing and encouragement in the Setting Boundaries® book series where I share my perspective on life as it relates to the boundary choices we make every day, choices that really can change the story of our life.
YWAM Orlando exists to better equip Christians to grow in their relationship with God through mission training programs, discipleship and mentoring at our Training Center in Orlando, Florida. The Nathaniel Foundation supports Marina Rodriguez as a missionary from this organization.
Blessed Buy Israel was founded in 2017 with the goal of giving people around the world a way to stand with the Jewish people and combat the rise of anti-semitism. Finding ways to combat antisemitism can be hard. Our goal is to allow you to sow directly into the Families living in Israel.
Our mission at Opera Leggera is to produce original musical/theatrical productions that preserve cultural values and enrich audiences of all ages and backgrounds while providing professional singers, musicians, dancers, and actors the opportunity to perform in a professional theatrical setting alongside local talents in a collaborative, educational, and inspiring atmosphere.
The Media Line, the American news agency covering the Middle East, is proud to present our dynamic new online experience in journalism.
The Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund was established by former Shiloh mayor David Rubin and friends of Israel in the United States to support therapeutic, educational, and recreational projects for children in the Biblical heartland of Israel – particularly in the Shiloh bloc of communities where the children have suffered terribly from the terrorism of the past few years.
Daystar Television Network is an award winning, faith-based network dedicated to spreading the Gospel 24 hours a day, seven days a week – all around the globe, through all media formats possible.
ZAKA is Israel’s primary rescue and recovery volunteer organization, with thousands of volunteers  on call 24/7 to respond to any terror attack, accident or disaster. ZAKA volunteers also work in specialist search and rescue units on land and sea and the UN-recognized ZAKA International Rescue Unit operates at mass casualty incidents around the world.
The “Somebody Cares” concept began in Houston in 1981 when a simple business card reading, “Somebody Cares, call 24 hours a day,” was distributed by founder Doug Stringer and others as they ministered to the lost on the streets of Houston.
Bridges For Peace: Christians supporting Israel and building relationships between Christians and Jews in Israel and around the world.
Ahavat Ammi Ministries or “For the Love of my People” is founded on the 13 attributes of love and mercy toward G-D’s chosen people. This love is focused around the most loving act towards the Jewish community that of sharing with them the message of hope, mercy and the message of life in Yeshua of Nazareth.
True Sojourners is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to blessing and empowering the people of the “hard places” of this world with tangible demonstrations of love. We accomplish this through a series of unique development projects that are all done in partnership with local leaders who direct each initiative.
If you find yourself in a place where you feel it’s time to give, to share the love of Christ with others and to help kids in finding their place in this world, then we would like to invite you to join an amazing community of young adults who want to make a difference in the lives of kids.
Song of Israel is a vehicle of the God’s love for His people. It is worship through the music of Russian-Jewish Composer/Concert Pianist Alyosha Ryabinov. Music being born through the discipline of artistry and the
impartation.
Curtain Call Cafe is serving up healthy menus for our Christian Musical Theater.
We launched The Jennifer Sheehan Magazine five years ago to promote and connect local business owners. Our editorial pieces are always written by local business owners. Not only is The Jennifer Sheehan Magazine available in print, the entire magazine is available digitally through our website, emailed to our large affluent database and placed on our social media.  The Jennifer Sheehan Magazine is also promoted on The Jennifer Sheehan TV Show every week Sundays’s on KDFI FOX Channel 27 at 11:30 following Joel Osteen.
Our mission is simple: Know God, Be strong, and Do great exploits (Daniel 11:32)
Our mission is to take an active role in, and educate people about, the prophetic RESTORATION of the land of Israel that is happening TODAY!
Springtime House in Romania-USA, Inc. is a U.S. charity, founded by Richard and Sandra Scott in 2011, whose mission is to raise awareness and funds for orphans and at-risk children of Romania.
Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) is a non-political, non-military organization that provides for wellbeing of the soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), veterans and family members.
Ohr Torah Stone’s educational institutions, social projects, outreach programs and leadership development initiatives for men and women are dedicated to illuminating the beauty and relevance of authentic Torah Judaism in Israel and the Diaspora.
Root Source enables and encourages dialogue and relationships between Christians and Jews, and empowers Christians to learn like Jews have been learning for centuries. Our Israeli Jewish teachers know you are a Christian, and respect your identity and your faith. Root Source gives you access to world-class Jewish biblical teaching online, helping you learn deeper and reach higher in your Christian faith, with the opportunity to ask any question openly.
Yeshivath Sharashim is a Web-based educational venture to engage users worldwide – both Jewish and Gentile seekers of God and His word – in a deepening understanding of the Hebrew Bible and other religious classics. It does so through live, interactive video sessions probing directly the meaning of the original texts, geared for anyone striving to connect on a deeper plane to God’s first and foremost revelations to humanity.
Jewish Voice carries out this mission through a many-faceted ministry that includes humanitarian medical outreaches, large-scale international festivals, congregation planting and leadership training, television, print media, digital channels, and speaking engagements.
The late Dwight A. Pryor founded JC Studies (The Center for Judaic-Christian Studies)—over thirty years ago—with a fiery passion to help Jesus’ people know God more intimately by grasping His Word more fully.
John McTernon ministry is dedicated to proclaiming and defending the doctrines of the holy God of Israel and His Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth.
The late Dr. William Bean established the The Centre for the Study of Biblical Research by using today’s technology to bring the first century expression of Christianity to the classroom. This is accomplished by disclosing the latest material discussed by scholars living in Jerusalem, Israel.
DePelchin Children’s Center believes that every child deserves to be safe and healthy.
This corporation is organized exclusively to provide lecture forums, seminars, and support to qualified Judeo-Christian ministries.
Dr. Maurice Sklar’s lifelong musical journey began at age four. Born in New Orleans, his exceptional musical ability took him to the Curtis Institute of Music (where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree) and the renowned Juilliard School of Music. He answered the call of God to enter the ministry in May 1991. Since then he has performed and ministered throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, the former Soviet Union, Asia and Israel.
Paul Wilbur is an internationally-acclaimed worship artist, song writer, speaker, and award-winning author. In 1994, from the viewpoint of the world he was considered one of the more successful worship leaders in the country.
Each year, the Joseph Project serves as many as 200,000 Israelis and since the year 2000, we have delivered over $100 million in humanitarian aid. More than 21% of the country lives below the poverty line, including hundreds of thousands of children, elderly and new immigrants.
No one ever guesses Dr. Brown’s correct age: his youthful appearance and vibrant presence are a testament to the benefits of natural health care. But it wasn’t always this way.
At Marpé, we inspire, equip, and empower people to holistically care for themselves and their loved ones to achieve a healthier, more abundant life!
Morgan James teaches authors strategies to leverage their books and grow their businesses—adding value while staying out of the way.
The Nathaniel Foundation partners with several departments of SMU to provide scholarships and the annual March of Remembrance event each year.
The Nathaniel Center is one of the many projects that The Nathaniel Foundation has created. The Center is available to the public to rent for the celebrations of life:  weddings, birthdays, graduations, and life memorials. It fosters education and strong business by hosting seminars, conferences, and training sessions as well as being home to the Kingwood Chamber of Commerce.