Mission: The Mission of Jewish Voice is two-fold: Proclaiming the Good News of Yeshua to the Jew first and also to the Nations, teaching the church the Jewish Roots of Christianity
Jewish Voice Ministries International is proclaiming the Messiah Yeshua to Jewish People around the world. We do this through two main avenues: large-scale international Hear O' Israel! Festivals of Jewish Music & Dance and medical outreaches to some of the poorest of the poor Jewish People around the world.
Since Jewish Voice began Messianic Outreach Festivals, more than 500,000 people, about half of them Jewish, have attended and millions more have watched by television. Festivals have been held in major population centers throughout Eastern Europe, India, and South America. Tens of thousands have responded to altar calls. More than 1,500 people from all over the world have come to participate with Jewish Voice during these weeks of intensive street evangelism, prayer, concerts, and home and hospital visits.
Through a combined effort of professional musicians, dancers, volunteers, staff spiritual counselors and street evangelists, and a powerful Gospel message from Rabbi Jonathan Bernis, Jewish Voice seeks to reach Jewish People in these city centers. This is accomplished through worship of God in the Jewish tradition and to share how to have a personal relationship with their Messiah, Yeshua (Jesus).
Jewish Voice also works to plant Messianic congregations in these Festival cities, ensuring new Believers are firmly rooted in their new life in Yeshua (Jesus).
Our medical outreaches minister health and hope to impoverished Jewish Communities in desperate and destitute situations. Rabbi Jonathan Bernis leads teams of health professionals to places abandoned by the world to provide medical, dental, and eye care to thousands of the poorest of the poor.
Each Jewish Voice medical outreach impacts the lives of thousands of people. Our uniquely assembled team of doctors, nurses, dentists, and eye care professionals sacrificially give of their time, resources and their giftings to make each medical clinic an impressive humanitarian achievement.
After receiving world class medical care and free medicine, each clinic patient is invited to receive prayer for their ailment in the Prayer Room. While not all visit the Prayer Room, many thousands do. The Prayer Room is the powerful epicenter of God’s work at the week-long clinic. It is there that thousands receive prayer and a clear presentation of the Gospel. Those spiritually and physically touched by the Spirit of God always number in the hundreds.