Although having been brought up in a nominal Christian home, Darlene did not surrender her life to the Lord till 1989 when she was already an adult. Darlene was a civil servant of the United States Government for twenty-six years, including three years active duty in the U.S. Air Force. It was in the wake of 9-11, as a Senior Special Agent for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, working amidst the tragic remains of Ground Zero, that she sensed the Lord leading her into ministry. Having discovered that her great-grandfather was Jewish, the Lord used this in her life to place a special love and burden to see Jewish people come to know Jesus as their Messiah.
After her service with the US government ended, Darlene enrolled at the Charles L. Feinberg Center, an extension program of Talbot School of Theology. She has since earned her Masters of Divinity and now serves as a full-time missionary with Chosen People Ministries in the greater New York/New Jersey areas. Darlene is a gifted evangelist and dynamic speaker who delights in boldly sharing Messiah’s message of hope with the Jewish people. Her heart is burdened for God’s covenant people to know the truth of Messiah Jesus. She desires to help the local church discover how they too may share the truth of the Gospel with their Jewish friends and neighbors.
“Very good job of bringing Jewish festivals into alignment with Christian Holy Days and festivals.”