Ready to Multiply
The Messiah of Israel invited twelve ordinary men to follow Him.
They do. They walk with Him, and they learn how to live and to love and to serve. They watch Him die and come alive. Then, He commands them to make disciples.
The 12 grow to 120. They obediently wait for the Spirit to empower them. The Spirit comes, and, within one generation, the number of disciples grows exponentially to more than 400 times its original size.
How? It is simple. Ordinary people—not PhDs or professionals, not scholars or superheroes—ordinary people filled with an extraordinary Spirit, multiplied.
There is something in you desperately wanting to be part of such a movement, is there not? You are sick and tired of adventureless, uninspired living. You want to be part of a people who are living life so fully and who are so feverishly in love with God they are infecting lost souls with the Life of Messiah. Are you Muchan (Ready) to Multiply?
“Jewish Believers Before and During the Shoah”
Presented by Dr. Mitch Glaser
In order to understand Jewish ministry today, you have to understand Jewish ministry in the past. The most formative century of modern-day Jewish ministry was the twentieth century, which was dominated by two World Wars, the Holocaust, the rise and fall of the Soviet Union, massive migration, and a shift of Jewish concentration from Eastern Europe to America. We have chosen Warsaw for our 6th Muchan conference because it is full of Jewish history. This includes the history of the first and second World Wars, and the kingdom history of God’s movement in that place and time.
When you think of the Jewish history of Warsaw, you probably think of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. What you may not know is that there were many Jewish believers in Jesus behind those ghetto walls and that Jewish ministry in Europe thrived, in Warsaw specifically, before the Shoah (Holocaust). What was Jewish ministry like? What was it like to be a Jewish follower of Jesus in the years leading up to and during the Holocaust?
Dr. Mitch Glaser will share about the history of Jewish ministry before the Shoah in Europe, the lives of the Jewish followers of Yeshua behind the ghetto walls, and stories of Jewish heroes of the faith. He will link the past with our present in order to generate a better understanding of our heritage in Jewish ministry and the impact it has on the growth of the modern Messianic community.