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If your life is not in jeopardy for what you believe, you’re probably on the wrong side!
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Who Might Want to Learn With Us?

  1. Ethnic Jews who have received the Good News that Yeshua of Natzeret (“Jesus” of Nazareth) is Israel’s Melech HaMashiach (King Messiah) and want the freedom to worship Him as HaShem without being forced to give up their wonderfully rich Jewish heritage.

  2. Descendants of Jewish ancestors who believe in Yeshua HaMashiach, and who have been totally assimilated into the Gentile nations, living as though they are Gentiles, who want to re-establish their identity as those whom God called “My People.”

  3. Gentile Christians who wish to honor the Jewish roots of Christianity and worship the way that their spiritual ancestors worshipped for the first three centuries after the Resurrection, when “The Way” was almost exclusively Jewish.

  4. Anyone who wants to know and experience the joy of discovering the thoroughly Jewish roots of true Biblical Faith.

Due to a significant lack of interest in the Messianic Message in our geographical area, B'nei HaMelech Messianic Fellowship has been forced (at least for the foreseeable future) to cease functioning as an active congregation. I will, however, continue to operate this website as an on-line ministry for as long as the LORD leads me to do so. As the LORD leads you, your continuing prayers and financial support to offset the on-going web-hosting and other operating costs will be sincerely appreciated. We welcome any true Believer in Messiah to be a part of this exciting work of Restoring Messiah’s Kingdom on Earth. For more information, please explore the rest of our website.

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