“The Roman Empire, which persecuted us, and used to be the most powerful empire in the world, no longer exists...but we are still here, all these years later, and there is no one who can stop the plans of G-d,”

declared Rabbi Jake Rosenberg, teacher at the Fifth Annual Muchan Conference in Rome, Italy, sponsored by Chosen People Ministries.

This past December, approximately 150 young Messianic believers from the United States, Canada, Israel, Germany, England, Russia, and South America took part in this annual conference. This gathering connected young believers globally, to strengthen their faith and to expand their personal and corporate vision for the future as the next generation of the Messianic movement. The teaching sessions were led by Rabbi Jake Rosenberg and Professor Z. Popular Messianic worship leader, Joshua Aaron led in worship.

Muchan, translated into English means “ready.” This conference exists to spiritually impact and make ready for service young Jewish and Gentile Messianic believers. Since 2004, Mr. Ryan Karp has served with Chosen People Ministries and has dedicated his life to reaching, discipling, praying for, and serving the Jewish community with the good news of Yeshua. Mr. Karp has been instrumental in planning the Muchan Global Conferences in Berlin, Krakow, Paris, Madrid and Prague. He explains “Muchan is a conference for young Messianic believers to learn Jewish history, grow in faith and to prepare them to be kingdom builders for Messiah. We truly believe that these young Messianic believers can and will impact the lives of Jewish people who will come to know Yeshua through their witness and outreach into the Jewish communities. It is a tremendous blessing when we see young people take bold, daring steps to be servants of the king when they return home. These young people may take on roles in their congregation, pursuing further Biblical education, sharing Yeshua with the people around them, or begin new initiatives using their gifts to impact people for the L-rd.”

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