Many Christians thirst for knowledge of our faith's Jewish roots. They are hungry for answers that can revitalize faith and transform lives. Their questions range from how the Jewish culture and traditions of Jesus' day give deeper insight into His teachings to why the ancient Jewish holy days are relevant to Christian believers. And whether current events in the Middle East are evolving as foretold by ancient Hebrew prophecies.
The answers to these questions are crucial to an accurate appreciation of our heritage and destiny. You may have a question of your own concerning the Jewish heart of Christianity.
As a fourth-generation Jewish Christian, I address these issues with informed answers. And as a Jewish believer, trained in both church and synagogue, with a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, I am well equipped to carry on a family tradition of reaching both Jew and Gentile for Messiah.
My great aunt, Hilda Koser, directed a New York based mission branch for forty years with the American Board of Missions to the Jews. She has now gone to be with the Lord, but not before seeing me answer the call to ministry. For the past fifteen years, I have carried on my family's tradition of teaching and reaching Jews and Gentiles. You may have happened upon our former weekly radio broadcast, The Jewish Heart of Christianity, or read one of my commentaries: Acts: Witnesses to the World, Hebrews: Christ is Greater or The Popular Bible Prophecy Commentary.
The Word says that believers need knowledge fused with zeal, and I can assure you that I have both! I would be honored to share that informed passion with your congregation. We yearn to see our Messiah more clearly - the Jewish heart of Christianity is Jesus! May I suggest that we explore the rich details of Jesus' Last Supper through a unique and inspiring Christ in the Passover presentation? Among other compelling choices are the Christ in the Feasts of Israel presentations, which highlight Jesus' messianic fulfillment of other major Hebrew holy days.
The answer to your questions will excite you! Let me show you Jesus - through Hebrew eyes.
In the hope of Messiah,
Steven Charles Ger
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