Just as Yeshua (Jesus) first appeared among the Jewish people, so the movement for Messiah began among the Jewish people. Today, we are seeing this indigenous Jewish movement for Yeshua being reborn, and Yeshua again having a place among the Jewish people, as well as in many individual Jewish hearts. Together, as Jewish and Gentile believers, we welcome Yeshua home today, preparing the way for the future welcome that ushers in his return: “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you will not see me again until you say, ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord’” (Matt. 23:39). To this end, we support various emissaries in Israel as they seek to reach out to their “brothers, their kinsmen by race” (Rm. 9:3).

We also send teams to Israel to make avodah – short term mission trips to demonstrate God’s love in both words and works – as an offering of love for God and the Jewish people!