Political issues around Israel.

The Shekinah Legacy

The Shekinah Legacy was established in 2009 in recognition of the deep debt owed by Christians to the Jewish people.

Out of a heartfelt desire to put this gratitude into action, the Trust seeks to support ministries that not only demonstrate in practical ways the love of Jesus the Jewish Messiah for His people, but also support those who are trying to serve the Church through providing teaching resources that encourage Christians to discover the Jewish roots of their faith.

Claude Ezagouri

Claude and Michelle Ezagouri were both born in Algeria but had to immigrate to France when they were thirteen. They met and married in France but have lived and worked in Israel for the past 33 years and have pastored a church in Tiberias for the past 18 years. Claude is Jewish and Michelle's family is Italian.

Lance Lambert

Lance Lambert is one of the most distinguished Bible scholars and speakers in Israel today and has an itinerant teaching ministry worldwide.

Born in 1931, Lance grew up in Richmond, Surrey and came to know the Lord at twelve years of age. He entered the school of African and Oriental studies at London University to prepare for work in China. He studied Classical Chinese, Mandarin, Oriental Philosophy and Far Eastern History, but the revolution closed the door to European missionaries and his entry into China.

The Joseph Storehouse Trust

The Joseph Storehouse, founded by Barry & Batya Segal, is dedicated to the physical and spiritual restoration of Israel.

Through various humanitarian aid projects, The Joseph Storehouse, an international non-profit organisation, provides much needed help to the poor and needy, both Jew and Arab, in the Land of Israel.

Paul Calvert

When back home in Cumbria, Paul Calvert is a member of the Carlisle City Church, where his parents also attend.

Paul is a Bible believing evangelical Christian. His ministry is firmly rooted in the Word of God. His mission field is Israel, where he works with families from the Jewish and the Islam traditions as a Christian evangelist. Paul has also been on the mission field in Canada and the USA.

Tony Pearce

Tony Pearce leads Bridge Lane Christian Fellowship in Golders Green, north London. He also produces the magazine Light for the Last Days, giving up-to-date information on issues relating to the second coming of Christ, and a monthly CD called This Month in Prophecy.

Tony has also produced a Bible Study course on the end times called The Omega course. He has written two other books, The Omega Files and The House Built on the Sand.

Tony is married to Barbara.

Alex Jacob

Rev Alex Jacob has recently taken over as CEO of CMJ. He will be providing the leadership for HQ staff and ensuring the mission of CMJ UK continues to be fulfilled. He continues in his role as the Director of Advocacy, working with churches and clergy training establishments, to bring awareness of the Jewish roots of Christianity.

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