Living in a world that so desperately needs the love of Messiah, we continue to see injustices toward various people groups. As a mission to the Jewish people, it is imperative that we address the current rise in antisemitism. To better equip our partners in the gospel, we created this relevant presentation for your church to enhance the greater body of Christ’s understanding of this age-old hatred’s origins, its effects today, and how connecting the church to its Jewish roots and to Jewish evangelism can STOP THE HATE.
Complete your Lenten/Resurrection Sunday programming by scheduling one of our Messiah in the Passover experiences at your church, chapel service, life group, or Bible study. We offer three unique experiences: a Passover Seder demonstration, a demonstration with communion, and a banquet. It is also a fantastic opportunity to expose your Jewish family, friends, and coworkers to the gospel.
Throughout Scripture, God has revealed His plan of salvation. While the gospel is often associated with the New Testament, it is interwoven throughout all of Scripture, which includes the Old Testament. God has always communicated the way of salvation for His people and you can too!
Deepen your congregants’ identity in Messiah by connecting your church to its Jewish roots. In this presentation, we will explore the Jewish life of Jesus and how it relates to Modern Christianity. Discovering your Jewish roots means discovering your Biblical roots!
The “To the Jew First” presentation examines God’s strategy for evangelism according to Romans 1:16 and the Church’s responsibility in carrying out this task.
What is the future of Israel? God’s plan for the Jewish people is presented through the exposition of various Old and New Testament texts. We also preach a message on the future of Gentiles and their role in the redemption of Israel. A combination of these messages makes a wonderful series that is well suited for either a Sunday morning or evening service.
This presentation is best for an evening or weekend service, or even an adult Sunday school. The topics covered by the seminar include Jewish sensitivities to the Gospel, basic “how-to’s” on sharing the Gospel with Jewish people, and how to answer Jewish objections to the Gospel. There is time for questions and answers as well.
Have you shared Chosen People Ministries with your friends? Do you have a small group with a like-minded heart for Israel? Have you made the Jewish roots of Christianity part of your Bible studies? Whichever way you respond to these questions, we have a great opportunity for you! Invite one of our speakers to your home to share all this and more with your church friends, life group or home fellowship.
In addition to ministering in the local church, Chosen People Ministries also partners with schools and seminaries. Many on our missionary staff are available to come bring various presentations. You can schedule a speaker for a chapel service, a class, or perhaps to be a part of your missions emphasis fair or conference. This would be a great opportunity for the students to learn more about Jewish missions and how they can participate in short-term ministry in Israel, New York City, and other exciting places.
The book of Esther contains one of the most significant victories for the Jewish people against persecution. When there is a victory for the Jewish people, there is a victory for all people. Our Purim message brings the ancient account into a relevant and modern perspective. If there were no Purim and the Jewish people were annihilated by the hand of Haman, how could the Messiah (Jesus) fulfill the prophesies regarding His coming?
The Middle East’s turbulent history continues to manifest today, and the entire world feels its affects. The conflict originates in the Bible, and thankfully, its solution is there, too! The Word of God is our “roadmap” for peace in the Middle East. However, unlike a traditional road map, God’s pathway to peace is a one-way street. Diving into this very biblical topic will leave your church with a worldview perspective for peace.
This presentation outlines the major prophecies in the Old Testament that predicted the coming of the Messiah. It is a faith-building message that explores the plan of salvation in the Old Testament and helps Christians better understand their Jewish neighbors.
This sermon is rooted and grounded in Romans chapters 9 through 11, and examines the relationship that exists between Israel and the Church. More importantly, this message will help believers see the need for Jewish evangelism and encourage them to share the Gospel with their Jewish friends.
Most of our missionary staff are Jewish believers with their own unique stories to tell. Their vibrant testimony will certainly encourage your church!
To walk in the ways of the Savior is at the heart of every believer. We can do this by connecting with His culture and the things He holds dear. Throughout the gospels, we read that Jesus was in Jerusalem with His disciples for the feasts, so they must be significant for us, too! Discover the past, present, and prophetic impact of Leviticus 23 with your church.