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These are the stories of Jewish people who became convinced Yeshua (Jesus) was the Messiah promised in the Hebrew Scriptures. Their stories are as different as the people themselves, yet, through different paths, they all arrived at the same place: they all came to believe that one of their brothers who lived about 2,000 years ago fulfilled the promises of the prophets.

If you do not believe Yeshua is the Messiah, we hope these stories challenge you to examine Him more closely. When they began, the people in these stories did not believe He was the Messiah either. For many, particularly Jewish people, this has become a difficult fact to even consider, much less accept. However, we KNOW it is true.

If you already believe that Yeshua was the Messiah, we hope these stories encourage you. In these times, it is difficult for anyone, especially someone in the Jewish community, to come to know, accept, and act on the truth of His Messiahship. All of the (now) believers presented here struggled to accept Him as well, but we congratulate you for having the courage to overcome the barriers and embrace The Truth!

Click here for Jerry's Testimony

Click here for Michael's Testimony

Click here for Melanie's Testimony

Click here for Heather's Testimony

Watch below the Testimonies of Doug and Bonnie recorded by "SHALOM ISRAEL":

Sisterhood

Coming up this Shabbat at Ben David

September 16 - Message by Chuck Ott:

Title:

“Does the Hebrew Bible teach that I MUST Believe in Yeshua?”

As a Jewish or non-Jewish person who wants to be faithful to the Hebrew Scriptures (Tanach), am I really compelled to believe in Yeshua? Isn’t my “belief” in God enough? Can’t I just wait until the Messiah comes [again] to decide what to believe, if He comes? What does belief in Yeshua mean for me and for the Jewish people as a whole? We’ll explore what the Hebrew Bible has to say and how ancient and modern Rabbis weigh-in on these critical questions. The answers can be life-changing!

Simchat Torah

October 14 - Simchat Torahtorah
The Joy of the Torah - Morning Service
Concluding the annual Torah reading and beginning anew.
Join us celebrating God's word.

Rosh HaShanah

Wednesday, September 20 - Erev Rosh HaShanah Messianic Service at 7:00pm.rosh
Rosh HaShanah, also known as the Jewish New Year, is called in the Bible, The Feast of Trumpets, or, in Hebrew, Zicharon Teruah, the Day of Memorial of Blowing.
Rosh HaShanan (literally, Head of the Year) occurs on the first day of the Jewish month of Tishrei, this year, on Thursday, September 21.
Please join us for the evening service on Wednesday, September 20, at 7:00pm and celebrate this Biblical Holy Day and its Messianic significance.

Yom Kippur

September 30 - Yom Kippur Messianic Serviceykippur
Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement, occurs on the tenth of Tishrei, Saturday, September 30 this year.
Join us for this Messianic Service at 10:30am.

Sukkot

October 7 - Sukkot Service at 10:30am:sukkot
join us for a Sukkot celebration.
- Morning Service and Oneg in the Sukkah.

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