Daniel Juster

Daniel Juster
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Dr. Daniel Juster, founder and director of Tikkun International, has been involved in the Messianic Jewish movement since 1972 and currently resides in Jerusalem, Israel, from where he serves and supports the Messianic movement worldwide. Dan was the founding president and general secretary of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations for 9 years, the senior pastor of Beth Messiah congregation for 22 years, and a co-founder of the Messiah Bible Institute in several nations. Dr. Juster serves on the board of Towards Jerusalem Council II, provides oversight to 15 congregations in the USA as well as overseeing emissaries in Israel and the Former Soviet Union. Daniel has authored about 20 books on topics ranging from theology, Israel and the Jewish people, eschatology, discipleship, and leadership. Dr. Daniel Juster, founder and director of Tikkun International, has been involved in the Messianic Jewish movement since 1972 and currently resides in Jerusalem, Israel, from where he serves and supports the Messianic movement worldwide. Dan was the founding president and general secretary of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations for 9 years, the senior pastor of Beth Messiah congregation for 22 years, and a co-founder of the Messiah Bible Institute in several nations. Dr. Juster serves on the board of Towards Jerusalem Council II, provides oversight to 15 congregations in the USA as well as overseeing emissaries in Israel and the Former Soviet Union. Daniel has authored about 20 books on topics ranging from theology, Israel and the Jewish people, eschatology, discipleship, and leadership.

President Trump and the view of Israelis

Daniel writes, "Israel is first and foremost interested in how American policy relates to it as a nation. They believe the Obama administration treated them unfairly. Israel was regularly blamed for the lack of progress in the peace process..."
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VIDEO: Restoring the Church and Israel

Daniel shares on the restoration of the church and Israel according to scripture. What does this look like in our day?

Jewish suffering

Daniel writes, "As God's covenantal people, Abraham's descendants experienced times of prosperity and blessing yet there were also long periods when they were expelled from the land, persecuted and seemingly abandoned by God. The question is why?"
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VIDEO: The goal of five fold ministry

Dan Juster shows how the ultimate purpose of five fold ministry is to see not only that every person comes into the fullness of...
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VIDEO: Jews and the Church in unity

Daniel shares on the responsibility of the Messianic Jews and the church to embrace one another in unity.

Are we making progress?

Daniel writes, "This understanding of progress provided a unifying narrative, which greatly influenced many countries including the modern state of Israel."

Reining in the ultra-Orthodox in Israel

Daniel writes, "Last month I wrote about the power of the ultra-Orthodox Jews. Their two main political parties combine to wield enormous, inordinate influence in Israeli government. They both support the following policies..."

President Trump and the view of Israelis

Daniel writes, "For the most part Israelis are glad for the election of President Trump. Most a little sad that he did not move the U. S. Embassy to Jerusalem. But generally, they are relieved to see the end of the Obama administration and the beginning of this new one."

A defining moment

Daniel writes, "The decision upon which we will focus here, was to affirm the Chief Rabbis as the ultimate determiners of the validity of conversions to Judaism and thus those who can define people as Jewish or not Jewish."

Supernatural moves and theological stability

Daniel writes, "When God moves in powerful supernatural ways and when people experience revival, revival leaders often write theology - sometimes they write good theology and sometimes they write bad theology."