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About

Purpose Statement

The purpose of Tzedakah Ministries can be found in its name — Tzedakah — which in Hebrew means “righteousness.” However, Tzedakah means so much more. As the Holman Bible Dictionary explains, “…. righteousness is the fulfillment of the terms of a covenant between God and humanity or between humans in the full range of human relationships.” Tzedakah Ministries has a burden to see the Jewish people restored to a righteous covenant relationship with Him — one that is only possible through Messiah Jesus.

Vision Statement

To equip His church to reach His people.

Mission Statement

To provide Christians with the Scriptural knowledge, spiritual resources and practical applications for the presentation of the Gospel to the Jewish People and to provide for the discipleship of new Jewish believers.

Objective Statements

Inform Churches and Christians about of the urgency of Jewish evangelism.

Educate Believers on methods and opportunities for Jewish evangelism.

Equip Churches and Christians to lead informational and evangelistic small group studies seeking to reach lost Jewish people.

Provide Jewish believers with Bibles, and discipleship materials, to as well as and other resources and with referrals to doctrinally sound churches or Messianic congregations.

Core Values

Recognizes the primacy of Jewish evangelism communicated by Jesus in the Great Commission and reinforced by Paul in Romans 1:16b — “to the Jew first.”
Believes that the Church is the primary means through which to reach Jewish people with the Gospel.
Accepts the responsibility of teaching, preparing and equipping Christians to share the message of Messiah Jesus to the Jewish people.
Repudiates anti-Semitism that exists in any and all forms, especially any examples found within the hearts of Christians and churches, as it creates a barrier for the
Jewish people to the Gospel message of Jesus the Jewish Messiah.
Witnesses¬†with all those they come in contact because the message of the Gospel is “also for the Gentile.”