To share the Good News of God’s salvation through Israel ‘s Messiah, Yeshua (Jesus), from within a Jewish biblical, cultural and traditional context.
Our priority is to the (Hispanic) Sephardic/Jewish people and then to the Gentiles (non-Jewish people) in such a manner as to encourage them to believe and receive Yeshua as their Messiah.
To bring the Good News of Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus the Messiah) to a lost and dying world for the purpose of bringing the Sephardim and Gentile together in ONE Body.
To teach the Hebraic roots of the faith to the Gentile church, Sephardic Jews and Gentile alike. ( Leviticus 26:14-25, Jeremiah 31:30-37)
To demonstrate the relevance of Biblical festivals and how they point to Messiah Yeshua and their blessing for today’s believers. (Ephesians 2:11-22, John 17:20-23, Psalm 133:1)
To form a Messianic community where Sephardim and Non-Jewish professing believers in Israel ‘s Messiah, Yeshua, can join together within this distinctively Jewish environment.
To promote maturity in the lives of Sephardic Jews and Gentiles who already believe that Yeshua is the Messiah.
To provide education programs that teach the whole Word of God; from Genesis to Revelation, from a Biblical Hebraic perspective.
To go to the Christian Church and teach the Hebraic roots of their faith.
To teach the Sephardic believer about their lost Jewish heritage, identity and valuable inheritance from Yeshua, Our Messiah. ( Obadiah 21, 1 Kings 9&10, 2 Chronicles 8&9 ,2 Kings 17:22-23)
To start a Sephardic Jewish Community Center, which includes a food bank, clothes closet, medical job training program. A place where those in need can come, be encouraged, supported, prayed for and be shown the love of Yeshua. (Isaiah 59: 20-21)
To hold bilingual Messianic Concerts and events that will bring in the whole Body of Believers to fellowship with one another.
To glorify the Lord by uplifting His people, and to provide resources, activities and services, to influence the unsaved Sephardic Jew and Gentile to accept Yeshua as their Messiah and Lord.