Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Russia/Ukraine: Missionaries organize Jewish festivals to lure Jews

Jews who fight antisemitism are often confronted by people who say "I'm Jewish, and therefore, no matter what I do, I can't be antisemitic".

This is most often found in anti-Zionist circles, but of course, Jewish antisemitism is not confined only to anti-Israel activities.

I recently ran across this site, run by Jonathan Bernis, a Jew who had ‘found Jesus’.  Make no mistake, he still defines himself as a Jew.  His goal
Jewish Voice is an evangelical ministry committed to taking the Gospel to the Jew first, and also to the Nations. The ministry is dedicated to two missions: 1) Introducing Jewish People around the world to their Messiah, Yeshua; and 2) teaching the Church about her Hebraic roots.

Who is Jonathan Bernis?
Founder of Hear O Israel Ministries, Bernis’ outreach organization produced large-scale, international Festivals of Jewish Music & Dance throughout Eastern Europe and Russia, sharing the Good News to eager audiences of both Jews and Gentiles.

They claim thousands of Jews have converted thanks to their efforts.
More than 560,000 people have attended our vibrant Hear O’ Israel! Festivals of Jewish Music & Dance throughout Eastern Europe, India, and South America. Millions more have participated via television broadcasts. Thousands have responded to altar calls, and about one third of those who have responded have been Jewish. More than a dozen new Messianic Jewish congregations have been birthed in the former Soviet Union through these outreaches. JVMI also partners with several other Messianic ministries to establish and operate Messianic Jewish Bible Institutes around the world to train leaders for Jewish ministry.

Other misconception I've encountered is that anybody who is pro-Israel cannot be antisemitic

How can pro-Israel be antisemitic?  Watch and see

See also: "Ukraine highly influential for reaching Jewish people globally with the gospel"

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