The Charles L. Feinberg Center for Messianic Jewish Studies is marked by a committed and called student body as well as a dedicated and highly qualified faculty. Its strength comes from a time-tested partnership between the Talbot School of Theology and Chosen People Ministries. Your partnership in helping us train a new generation of leaders for Jewish ministry—in the United States, Israel, and worldwide—is deeply appreciated.
We now plan to expand beyond the traditional classroom and offer online options for students who cannot move to Brooklyn to take in-person courses. This new opportunity for virtual learning—a result of the pandemic in many ways—will enable us to serve various Jewish mission fields including Israel, where Chosen People Ministries continues to reach Israelis and the growing body of Israeli believers.
We budget $150,000 per year for everything, including operating the physical center, employing staff and professors, and helping students with scholarships—especially housing for those in Brooklyn. A year at the Feinberg center costs us roughly $10,000 per student, especially since we underwrite most educational costs. But it costs our students far less! For the most part, our teaching staff raises their support in order to keep the expenses low.
If God has blessed you during this time and you can be especially generous, a gift of $10,000 would help so much. Whatever you give will go toward the Feinberg program to support this new generation of workers among the Jewish people!
Your support of our missionaries and future leaders is much appreciated. For your gift of $100 or more, I will send you a copy of The Gospel in the Passover, a book with some excellent chapters written by Feinberg graduates. For your gift of $500 or more, I will send you three books that I, other Feinberg professors, and even some of our students and graduates had a hand in writing: To the Jew First: The Case for Jewish Evangelism in Scripture and History, Messiah in the Passover, and The People, the Land, and the Future of Israel.