Metro Jewish Resources
Metro Jewish Resources is a sister work of Chofesh Ministries with the purpose of proclaiming the Truth of Messiah to the Jewish people. Operating under the umbrella of the Assemblies of God, it is first Resource Office for Jewish Ministry in Metro New York, New Jersey Region. Learn More......
Feasts of The Lord
Chofesh Ministries and Metro Jewish Resources provides teaching on the Biblical Feasts, (Moidem), the Set Times. MJR brings light and understanding to these Biblical rythymns that are being experienced across the body of Messiah today.
Trips to Israel
For over 20 years, Rabbi Halpern, Director of Metro Jewish Resources has hosted trips to to Israel, Prayer and Prophetic assignments with Gods people. Never does Israel as a land and people, fail to impact peoples lives and, always transforming one's understanding of Gods heart for Israel and the Jewish people. See God's word come to life in the land that our Lord walked and lived.
One New Man Conferences and Teaching
Rabbi Halpern continues to minister at conferences and many different venues. Central to his message in this hour is the election of Israel, the role of the gentile in Gods ultimate plan, and God's
end-time positioning of the Church.
Teaching On Israel, the
Church, and Last Days
For over two decades, we have been proclaiming the end-time message of unity between the Jew and gentile, the Church, and Israel. With times more pressing than ever, understanding Israel's role in the last days and, prophetically, for the days ahead, Israel, the Church, and the last days, form a triple-braided cord. When bound to our hearts, it aligns oneself to Kingdom understanding, which delivers a fuller perspective on G0ds design for the earth. Metro Jewish Resources ministry and its end teaching are vital to its calling and the mandate that God gave to the Church to be light to Jewish people.
Freedom Ministries engages all people with the Gospel of Yeshua. He came to save
(1 Corinthians 15:3–4). Yes said He was the Good Shepherd, and He predicted that His flock would be greatly expanded: “I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to my voice, and there shall be one flock and one shepherd” (John 10:16).
In Matthew 15, there is an incident that, at first, seems to confirm the idea that Jesus came only for the Jews. Jesus was traveling through Tyre and Sidon, a Gentile region, and “a Canaanite woman from that vicinity came to him, crying out, ‘Lord, Son of David, have mercy on me! My daughter is demon-possessed and suffering terribly’” (Matthew 15:22). This Gentile woman recognized Yeshua as the Messiah (“Son of David”), but “Yeshua did not answer a word” (verse 23). As the woman kept up her appeals, Jesus finally responded, but His words seemed to hold little hope: “I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel” (verse 24). However, the woman did not give up, and Jesus eventually granted her request, based on her “great faith” (verse 28).