Serving in South Florida
With about three-quarters of a million Jewish people, South Florida is one of the largest Jewish population centers in the world. Chosen People Ministries carries out a vigorous outreach there that includes home visiting, fellowship groups and evangelistic training. The Mission acquired a property that serves as a Messianic Center and utilized for Bible studies, discipleship programs, special services and other outreach events.
As a youth in a traditional Jewish home, Dr. Alpert demonstrated an early and intense interest in the Scriptures. Through his own study and the influence of a friend, Dr. Alpert came to the conclusion that Jesus was the Messiah…read more
Carole Bahm came to know Jesus as her Saviour and Lord in 1975 through the ministry of a Miami church. Within a few years, she entered full-time ministry as a child care worker at a Christian children’s home with abused and neglected children…read more
Richard Freeman was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York into a very traditionally Jewish, though not religious, family. He did, however, receive religious training for five years in a conservative synagogue and received his Bar Mitzvah at age thirteen…read more
Manuel and Rosa Goffman were born in Argentina. Manuel is from a Jewish family. Both Manuel and Rosa are graduates from the International Theological Baptist Seminary in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Manuel did postgraduate studies…read more
Peter was born and raised in Siberia, Russia in an atheistic family typical of the Soviet era. Peter’s parents were divorced and he grew up not knowing his Jewish father and his heritage. No Christianity, Judaism or any other faith was acceptable and no one in his family seriously considered religion. In his teenage years Peter was very curious about God and in 1991 for the first time in his life Peter heard the gospel as missionaries from America shared their faith with him…read more