List of Messianic Jewish movement leaders
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This is a list of Messianic Jewish movement leaders within the majority organizations of the Messianic Judaism movement. However, there is no formal hierarchy, and many congregations have autonomy from these organizations.
Notable messianic leaders
- David Brickner - Leads the best known Jewish evangelism agency in the world, Jews for Jesus. With branches in eleven countries including Israel, Jews for Jesus is known for its forthright evangelistic approach in major Jewish population centers around the world.
- Joel Chernoff - General Secretary of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA) and Vice President of the International Messianic Jewish Alliance (IMJA)
- Daniel C. Juster - Founder of Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations (UMJC) and current Director of Tikkun Ministries
- Moishe Rosen - Founder and first executive director of Jews for Jesus. He is considered by leading missiologists to be the key strategist and tactician in his field.
- Dr. Jonathan Bernis - Executive Director Jewish Voice Ministries International
- Dr. Jeffrey Seif - Host Zola Levitt Ministries
- Dr. Michael Rydelnick - Professor of Jewish Studies Moody Bible Institute, Chicago
- Dr. Mitch Glaser - President Chosen People Ministries International
- Arnold_Fruchtenbaum - Founder and Director Ariel Ministries
- Dr. David_H._Stern - Writer/translator of the Complete Jewish Bible
- Jonathan Bernis - President and CEO of Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI)
- Brad Scott - Teacher for Wild Branch Ministries
- Reuel Dillon - President and member of the Beit Din United Messianic Jewish Assembly(UMJA). Also Rabbi and founder of Chavurat HaMashiach, of Spokane, WA.
- Rabbi Thomas Chaim Cohen - is founder and spiritual leader of Heaven Scent Church of Disciples and the movement for Messianic Kabbalah. A professor of comparative religion and culture and a biblical linguist, and author. Formerly an Orthodox Rabbi from Jerusalem, now resides in TN, USA.
Rabbi David L. Hall. Agadot Zion and Yesodey Ha Emunah Yeshiva; Zion, Austin, Texas.