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Daniel is the eldest son raised in a middle class Jewish family. His father was the Ba’al Tekiah for 35 years in the synagogue where Daniel was Bar Mitzvah. His grandfather was also a Ba’al Tekiah.
His passion for Israel and the Jewish people is evidenced by extensive writing, published articles, speaking and teaching calling for the right of Israel and the Jewish people to exist and live in the land ordained to them by G-d. Daniel is a strong and articulate voice for Israel and the Jewish people.



Deborah
has been walking with Yeshua for most of her life. Like Daniel, she is the eldest of four children and the grandchild of a beloved Jewish grandfather, whose parents emigrated from Georgia, Russia in the late 1800’s.
Her love for the Jewish people grew out of this small seed and began to blossom when she took her first trip to Israel in 1998. G-d has played a central role in her life for over 34 years. Her devotion to Him has brought her numerous blessings, the greatest of which was marrying a Jewish man who shares her heart for Israel.
Deborah has been an active participant in various serving capacities over the years including child care, singing and grief recovery.




Both Daniel and Deborah have a heart for Israel and the Jewish people. In many ways their relationship parallels the story of Ruth and Boaz, and the allegorical picture throughout the story that unfolds when Jew and Gentile reciprocally bless one another.

Once G-d brought them together it became clear He was calling them to share the Hebraic roots of Christianity with Gentile believers, and to extend a hand of friendship to further develop unity and reconciliation between Jews and Christians.
Their vision is to promote “one new man in Yeshua/Christ”
[Ephesians 2 : 15], thus bringing the outpouring of G-d's spirit upon all.

For wherever you go, I will go;and where you stay, I will stay.Your people will be my peopleand your God will be my God.Where you die, I will die;and there I will be buried.May Adonai bring terrible curses on me,and worse ones as well,if anything but deathseparates you and me.

Ruth 1:17




~Jew and Gentile~

Requisitely distinct, prophetically linked