The kibbutz, our home base in Israel, is made up of families with children of all ages, young couples and professionals, students at the local college and grandparents who have lived there for over 40 years. It's a close-knit environment of people who care about each other and look out for one another. The privilege to join in on the lives of the people is very rewarding.
The kibbutz is a democratic organization with each member having one vote. They have weekly meetings to discuss kibbutz business. Officers are elected yearly. On the kibbutz, the respected person is the one who is responsible and does their work to the best of their ability.
Very quickly you will fall in love with the people and become immersed into their lives. There are many opportunities to get involved with social life, cultural activities, sports, recreation, major life events, meal times and more with our Israeli friends on the kibbutz.
Daily you will have the opportunity to bless the kibbutz with your work. It's also a great way to display a positive work ethic. A good attitude toward the work is rewarded by respect and acceptance and at work, we do our best as unto the Lord.