Messianic Daily News: Community News
Adat Y’shua Adon Messianic Congregation will welcome Israel Cohen from Chosen People Ministries to teach on Saturday, Nov. 1 beginning at 11 a.m.
Israel loves to share the Good News of Yeshua the Messiah with Jewish people. He was raised in a conservative Jewish home in Philadelphia, attended Hebrew school at 8 and at 13 had his Bar Mitzvah.
After high school, Israel joined the U.S. Navy and was stationed in Morocco. It was there that a Gentile sailor introduced him to the Messiah, and on May 16, 1961 at 3 a.m., Israel was "born again" and became a "child of God."
In 1975, 10 years after being discharged from the Navy, and having had a successful sales position in the electronics field, Israel felt the Lord calling him to attend Bible college full time. While there, Israel gained extensive experience in Jewish evangelism and graduated from Northeastern Bible College in 1980 with a B.A. in Biblical literature.
Israel joined the staff of Chosen People Ministries in 1978 and began active ministry in the Metropolitan New York and New Jersey areas.
Israel and Judy Cohen are now in Florida, one of the fastest growing Jewish population centers in the world. Along with being a gifted evangelist and teacher, Israel Cohen is also an effective preacher of God's Word.
To learn more about Israel Cohen and Chosen People Ministries, visitwww.chosenpeople.com.
Adat Y’shua Adon Messianic Congregation meets at West Hills Church located at 7475 Fallbrook Ave. in West Hills, California. To learn more about this congregation, visit www.adatyshua.org.
The Messianic Times Director, Rabbi Eric Tokajer, has released his first novel, "Transient Singularity."
Ethel Chadwick, host of the radio show "Bagels and Blessings," will interview Alyse Merritt during the Saturday, Nov. 1 show.
The UMJC Western Regional Conference in Las Vegas, November 7-9, will be the first Messianic Jewish conference in that city, according to UMJC Western Regional Director Shmuel Oppenheim.
The conference program features worship leaders Barry and Batya Segal from Israel, a Saturday night concert with Deborah Kline-Iantorno, and Nonie Darwish of Arabs for Israel. A team of outstanding UMJC teachers including Rene Bloch, Robert Bloch, Joshua Brumbach, Charlie and Kirsten Cohen, Stuart Dauermann, Kirk Gliebe, Barney and Liz Kasdan, Shmuel Oppenheim, and Josh Rubinstein, will address the conference theme Kesher: Reimagining Relationships in a variety of teaching workshops, Saturday and Sunday, November 8-9. The schedule also includes a full youth program led by UMJC Youth chair Rachel Gliebe.
The conference venue, Texas Station Hotel (texasstation.sclv.com), offers a special room rate of just $59.00 a night, for up to two adults and two children, through its reservation desk at (702) 631-1000. The Texas Station Hotel is located in the heart of the Las Vegas valley and is just minutes away from some of Las Vegas’ biggest venues and attractions.
Rabbi Murray & Dr. Rosanne Silberling will lead a practical and motivating marriage workshop entitled “Renewable Relationships,” on Friday, November 7, prior to the conference.
Shmuel Oppenheim, leader of Lev Hashem congregation in Las Vegas, says, “You are invited to be part of the first Messianic Jewish conference ever held in Las Vegas, where there are more than 100,000 Jewish people that we would like to impact for Yeshua. Your being here will also make a difference to all of the other attendees from the entire Messianic Jewish community.”
Online registration and program details are currently available at www.regonline.com/2014west. More information is also available at Kehilat Ariel, (858) 490-4355.
Ethel Chadwick, host of the radio show "Bagels and Blessings," will interview Ira Goldberg during the Saturday, Sept. 27 show.