The Third Day Revive Organic Farm
The “Third Day” Organic Farm derives its name from Creation. It was on the third day that God created plants and vegetation and trees that would bear fruit.
“And God said, “Let the earth sprout vegetation, plants yielding seed, and fruit trees bearing fruit in which is their seed, each according to its kind, on the earth.” And it was so. The earth brought forth vegetation, plants yielding seed according to their own kinds, and trees bearing fruit in which is their seed, each according to its kind. And God saw that it was good.” – Genesis 1:11-12
Throughout the Bible, we see the significance of the third day, beginning with the creation of the plants and vegetation, on the third day God came down the mountain to meet the people, and Yeshua rose from the grave, conquering death on the third day.
The name of our farm, the third day, is reflective of its meaning. It is about revival, new life, meeting with God and growth. We invite you to learn more about the life-giving work taking place on the third-day organic farm.
Wednesday Worship Outreach
A time of open worship for anyone and everyone to join in worshipping the Creator in a welcoming and open area of the farm in the middle of God’s beautiful creation.
“God saw that it was good”
We host an open-air vegetable market for members of the Moshav, and local communities, offering fresh organic vegetables complete with worship music and encouraging scripture notes.
Program that distributes organic vegetable baskets to individual doors, with scripture, and prayer.
The Good Shepherd
A unique program for prostitution survivors and alcoholics as they go through the process of healing and restoration through working on the organic farm and tending the goat herd. This is in collaboration with various organizations.
Testimonial by Liron
“God taught me the great value of friendship when the Lord is the foundation. He taught me to love Him, and through Him to love others as well. I learned that hearing the Lord is one thing, but sometimes you are meant to share what He says and sometimes you are not meant to. Through farming, and the guidance of the staff I learned to see the land spiritually as a parable; I saw thorns as un-forgiveness in our lives and the rocks we were removing, as lies. I felt I was doing something effective. Thanks to the connection with creation I learned more about the action of God, how He relates to His creation.”