Popular speaker to headline event at Heritage Church

VANCOUVER — Connect 2 Bless recently announced that dynamic speaker Scott Volk will be sharing on Thu., Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. at Heritage Church in Vancouver.  

Volk is a Messianic Jew who has keen insight into the heart of Israel, both from a Jewish and believer’s point of view.  A popular speaker, Volk has spoken to the Franklin Graham Association on various occasions as well as other well known churches and venues.  

Connect 2 Bless, Heritage Church, Scott Volk, Mike Hohnholz, Together for Israel
Scott Volk, shown here with wife Beth, will be the guest speaker at an event hosted by Connect 2 Bless on Thu., Feb. 16 at Heritage Church in Vancouver. Photo courtesy of Connect 2 Bless

Volk formed Together for Israel (www.togetherforisrael.org) to help the poor and orphaned, “the least of these my brethren.”  A nonprofit ministry, Together For Israel partners with the Church for the salvation of Israel.  Volk and his wife Beth have a heart to see Jew and Gentile united as “one new man” in the Messiah.

Connect 2 Bless, Heritage Church, Scott Volk, Mike Hohnholz, Together for Israel
Singer-songwriter and recording artist Mike Hohnholz will provide music for an event to be held Thu., Feb. 16 at Heritage Church in Vancouver. Photo courtesy of Connect 2 Bless

Music for the event will be provided by Christian singer/songwriter/recording artist Mike Hohnholz.  Mike has won the WORSHIP LEADER MAGAZINE’S “Best New Artist” having recorded several albums.  He has been worship leader in several large churches in Oregon and Washington state

Those interested will find information and a map to the new location of Heritage Church on the Connect 2 Bless website, www.connnect2bless.org.  Just click on the add or the “EVENTS” button on the home page.  A freewill offering will be taken during the program to benefit Together For Israel.

Connect 2 Bless works as a catalyst for connections building bridges of fellowship and support between Christians and the Jewish believers in Israel. As catalysts for connections, Connect 2 Bless utilizes prayer, education, unique tours, and financial support to the “workers” who are already in The Land.

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