Pastors Thank Jewish Voice

Jewish Voice Ministries and Jonathan Bernis have been great blessings to Phoenix First Assembly and to me personally. Jonathan is a very gifted speaker, communicator, and a passionate soul winner. He is also one of the nicest men I have ever had the privilege of knowing. Jonathan has a heart not only for people, but for churches.”

— Pastor Tommy Barnett
Phoenix First Assembly

“Because we believe God when He told Abram: “I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse…” we sought help from Jewish Voice Ministries to learn our responsibility to His Chosen People. We believe God is using Jewish Voice Ministries to cause Christians to “pray for the peace of Jerusalem” and to “hear” the truth about our responsibility to Israel.”

— Pastor Arnold M. Ritchey
Central Community Church of God
Coolidge, AZ

“We have had the opportunity and blessing to have Jewish Voice in our church a number of times. The message was relevant and enlightning. We believe in the Jewish Voice ministry and strongly recommend them to any church body.”

— Ken Dutton
Without Walls Christian Center
Chandler, AZ

“I have known Rabbi Jonathan for many years and have had the great pleasure to minister with him not only here in the states but in the Holy Land as well. Being involved with Jewish Voice Ministries has enabled not only me, but also many of the members of our congregation to have a greater awareness and understanding of our Jewish roots and the Jewish signs and symbols of our Christian heritage. We are all one in Yeshua Messiah.”

— Dr. Brian Alton
Desert Rose Community Church & Gateway International Bible Institute
Glendale, AZ

“Having Jewish Voice speakers at our church has given us a deeper love for and better understanding of our Jewish Bible, Savior, neighbors, and friends. Thanks for being available to help us as we seek to be a congregation bringing the Good News of salvation to the Jew first and also to the Gentile (Romans 1:16).”

— Pastor Bill Bjork
Grace Bible Church
Sun City, AZ

Jonathan Bernis and Jewish Voice is as penetrating as evangelism gets anywhere. That penetration is taking place so effectively among God’s ancient people, the Jews, makes it all the more deserving of our support, since there are so few with such an effective cutting edge.”

— Dr. Jack Hayford
Van Nuys, CA

“I recommend the ministry of JVMI. Our congregation has been blessed by the ministry of JVMI, causing them to realize the connection between our Jewish brothers and our Christian heritage. We look forward every year to their ministry in our church.”

— Pastor Doug and Debra McAllister
Community Christian Church
Yuma, AZ

Interested in having us speak at your church or congregation? Jewish Voice Ministries International is eager to serve you! Some suggested topics include:

  • Passover Seders
  • The Truth About Islam
  • Spring and Fall Biblical Feasts
  • How to tell your Jewish friends about the Good News of Yeshua
  • The role of Israel and the church in end-time prophecy

For more information, go to the JVMI pastor’s page.

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6 Comments

  1. David Israel

     /  February 25, 2010

    thank you Laura and the ministry too
    all the way back to New York, the Messiah has done wonders, and kept the messianic ministry on tract, while others are busy sharing everything except for the need for evangelism, even as Jonah went to the gentiles with the Jewish truth.

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  2. David Israel

     /  February 24, 2010

    Yes, and yet Rabbi Saul stated, I would even wish myself accursed from God to see my Jewish brethren come to know the messiah Yeshua too. Romans chapters 9-11 for the key to evangelism…grafted in to bring jealousy of your joy and inner peace in the Messiah our best friend, to share it with Jewish people too.

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  3. David Israel

     /  February 24, 2010

    One point is that a non Jew can even more effectively witness to Jewish people than Johnathan or myself….
    To the Jewish mind we are appostates, but the gentile believer in Yeshua/Jesus is a curiosity. When they see true love and a heart for the Jew they want to listen…and if you be led by the Holy Spirit/the Rosh HaKodesh, you can put your testimony into the Jewish frame using the Jewish Scriptures to touch their heart…we are taught against the New Testament and the words missionary and Christ, should not be used..Messiah is a good word meaning the annointed one.

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    • laura4jvmi

       /  February 24, 2010

      Thank you, David, for sharing this understanding. You explain some very good tips for gentile Believers trying to share Yeshua with Jewish people.

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  4. David Israel

     /  February 24, 2010

    Johnathan Bernis is a wonderful man, a Messianic Jew with a vision. While most others that minister in Israel spin their wheels as they sign papers saying they will not evangelize, there are some that keep the Lord’s word and will and continue.
    the call today is to reach the lost at any cost.
    Some say I love the Jewish people but i dont witness to them because i dont want to offend them.
    Well I as a Jew was ready to commit suicide with no hope and a God that had abandoned us along with our prophets for over 2000 years.
    It was then that very week my life changed, someone cared enough to tell me the truth. Judaism had no hope for me, a day of atonement with no atonement for sins (Leviticus 17:11 the blood makes atonement for sins)
    An elderly lady came to me and shared literature that helped me realize Yeshua/Jesus is the Messiah and that he unconditionally loved me.
    to have the right knowledge helps
    that the Messiah would be exalted and first marred more than any man, and die rejected as a lamb.” Is found in Isaiah the last paragraph of chapter 52 and chapter 53,
    i read them daily with my bible devotions, as i rededicate my life to Messiah and pray not to let anyone or anything take my peace and joy in Him away.

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