My Olive Tree is mostly known for our olive tree groves and sponsorship opportunities. However, did you know that we also grow grapevines, and offer the opportunity for you to sponsor one of those vines?
We strongly believe God has called us to help reclaim the desert not just by planting new olive tree groves, but also new vineyards. Here’s how the process works:
For about four months, we work on preparing each of our vine cuttings so they are ready to be planted in the ground and so they are strong enough to weather the desert climate. It’s not easy for plants to thrive in the soil of the Negev, so this first stage of preparation is extremely important for the long-term health of the plant.
Once the plant is potted, we continue transferring it into bigger pots as it grows and then ultimately remove it from the pot and plant it in the soil. From there, we continue tending the plant as it grows in the blessed land of ancient Edom.
So what exactly makes our grapevine project so important? Well, similarly to our olive tree groves, each grapevine provides a new opportunity for planting, growing, harvesting, shelling, shipping,
labeling, distribution and more. The more grapevines we plant, the more work there is for people in the area. We have created a lot of jobs through our olive tree groves, and our hope is to do the same with our grape vineyards as well.
We humbly ask you to join us in our efforts and participate in this phase of our work in Israel. You can help us to create employment for Israelis, support humanitarian aid projects and fulfill biblical prophecy.
With every grapevine you sponsor, you will receive a certificate of authenticity. You will also get a bottle of My Olive Tree’s 100% Grape Juice from one of our Negev vines as a thank-you gift.
For more information about our grapevine project, contact us today at My Olive Tree.
Our mission is to create a partnership between the Evangelical community and the nation of Israel; this partnership will produce employment, income, and revenue for humanitarian aid projects in Israel. We envision the planting of one-million olive trees over the next seven years. This relationship was prophesied in the Bible centuries ago, that the foreigners and strangers (those not of Jewish descent) would help rebuild the walls of Israel and cause the desert to bloom (Isa 35:1). Among other things, this reforestation is an environmental blessing for the entire region. May all who participate in this project be blessed body, soul and spirit; it is time for you to take root in Israel!