Vladimir Tsapar was born in a Jewish family in the Ukraine. After finishing his studies at the Kharkov Military University he served in several Ukrainian Air Force Bases. In 1998 he and his wife Ksenia immigrated to Israel (“made aliya”), and settled in the city of Haifa. In 1999 Vladimir began serving at Kehilat HaCarmel as building manager and in 2001 joined the ministry staff of Beit Nitzachon (House of Victory), a residential rehabilitation program for men with life-controlling issues. In September 2008 Vladimir was installed as a Pastor of Kehilat HaCarmel. Vladimir now oversees the Hadar HaCarmel Center in downtown Haifa, which houses the Elijah’s Cloak clothing distribution program, Raven’s Basket food distribution program, various outreach and discipleship ministries and several Russian-speaking home groups. Vladimir holds MA degrees in Biblical Studies and Pastoral Ministry from Israel College of the Bible and a Doctoral degree (DMin) from Dallas Theological Seminary. Vladimir and Ksenia have two daughters Becky (21) and Michal (10).
You shall count seven weeks for yourself; begin to count the seven weeks from the time you begin to put the sickle to the grain. Then you shall keep the Feast of Weeks to the Lord your God with... read more