Phoenix, AZ: “Jewish Voice with Jonathan Bernis,” a faith-based, television program broadcasting to over 715+ million homes worldwide, unveils a new look on April 25th, 2016. Updated formatting will provide more guest content in each show along with a fresh, clean visual presentation. A brand new set includes contemporary furnishings and background views of on-the-street activity in Israel.
The new look and expanded guest content support the relevancy of the vital topics covered on the show. They also enhance the show’s impact in equipping the Church to grow in faith, combat anti-Semitism, support Israel and provide humanitarian aid to impoverished Jewish people among the lost and scattered tribes of Israel in remote places around the world.
“As both anti-Semitism and enemies of Israel multiply globally,” says Rabbi Jonathan Bernis, President and CEO of Jewish Voice Ministries International, “it is critical to educate the Church about God’s heart for Israel and the Jewish People.”
Jewish Voice with Jonathan Bernis is a daily 30-minute program airing on numerous broadcast outlets to equip the Church with understanding of
- The Hebraic roots of the Christian faith.
- The Church’s biblical relationship to Jewish people.
- The pivotal role of Israel at this key point in history.
- End times prophecy.
The newly designed set and format create a visual parallel to the contemporary significance of the biblical teachings and interviews with popular guests such as Jonathan Cahn, Dr. Caroline Leaf, Kris “Tanto” Paranto, and more.
“We believe the world is entering the final days of history, and we must serve God with increased urgency,” said Rabbi Bernis. Jewish Voice with Jonathan Bernis is designed to equip believers “to recognize the season in which we live and engage actively in sharing the Gospel with the Jewish People and the nations before the Messiah’s return.”
About Jewish Voice Ministries International
Jewish Voice Ministries International is a global ministry that began in 1967 and is dedicated to proclaiming Jesus the Messiah to the world using numerous means including television, print and digital outlets, humanitarian outreaches and large-scale music festivals. The ministry is a recognized NGO humanitarian organization providing medical and humanitarian aid to Jewish people in Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, India, and to Holocaust survivors in Israel. More information is available at http://www.jewishvoice.org