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The Messianic Jewish Theological Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational institution. Donations are made through a secure, third-party webpage to our institutional PayPal account.

We gladly accept donations in support of our activities. Gifts may be designated for the specific funds outlined below. Undesignated donations will be directed according to MJTI’s needs — either to one of the funds below or to support general operating costs.

 





Hear from our students how an MJTI education has changed their lives and faith:

Chaya Levy, MJS '21

“In course after course, the professors have challenged me to be open to new ideas and points of view, to engage with the materials rigorously and creatively, and to speak and to write thoughtfully and well. I have gained far more than academic skills and knowledge at MJTI, however. Fellow students have become friends and colleagues, and professors have become academic and spiritual mentors. MJTI is more than an institution; it is a community, and in that community, I have grown personally in ways I never could have imagined when I began.”

Chan Hua-Lui, MJS '19

“Though being small, MJTI offers classes taught by top-notch Messianic Jewish scholars and rabbis, which are indeed more challenging than the classes I previously took in Christian seminaries. I learned a LOT in these classes. At MJTI, all professors and students, whether Jewish or Gentile, treat each other with great respect and it makes MJTI a very friendly learning environment. All of these constitute a great learning experience.”

Rabbi Yahnatan Lasko, MJS '16, MRS '19

“I enrolled at MJTI in order to study under some of the world’s finest Messianic Jewish scholars, but once I began classes, I quickly discovered MJTI’s best-kept secret: its amazing students! Through our interactions on course blogs and video conference calls, my fellow MJTI students continually refine my thinking and inspire my soul. It is a privilege to learn alongside the future leaders of Messianic Judaism.”

Rabbi Robert Bloch, MJS '12

“My knowledge and love for Hashem grew with each class, and by the end of my educational journey I was able to graduate with a Master of Jewish Studies. I am very grateful to those who made this school attainable and accessible, especially for students who are already involved in congregational leadership as well as raising a family. Over a period of four years, I was able to manage family, community and school, not an easy accomplishment. MJTI was a huge stepping stone in my life to better prepare myself as a rabbi to lead my community and to be counted among the other leaders and teachers within the Messianic Jewish Community.”

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General Fund





Your donation allows MJTI to continue offering its individualized, independent Messianic Jewish education. We seek to exemplify Jewish life renewed in Yeshua, serve as a vision center for the Messianic Jewish community, and create an international learning community born in the diaspora oriented towards Israel. Help us empower Yeshua-believers with your generous donation today.

Support the future leaders of the Messianic Jewish Movement

 

Rabbinic Studies Scholarship





MJTI’s Rabbinic Studies Program results in well-trained scholars, leaders and shepherds who are custodians of our emerging Messianic Jewish Tradition. Your donation will support the spiritual crafting of the next generation of Messianic Jewish rabbis.

Support a unified body of Yeshua-believers

 

Jewish Studies Scholarship





The need has never been greater for Christian and Jewish men and women to have a thorough and respectful understanding of Jewish life and tradition, informed and enlivened through Israel’s greatest son, Yeshua. Help fund those who will build the long-awaited bridges between church and synagogue.

Support our work as a vision and dialogue center for Messianic Judaism

 

Kesher: A Journal of Messianic Judaism





Kesher is in its third decade of publication and can be found in some of the most highly-regarded seminary, divinity school and university libraries. Help MJTI circulate the ideas of our most celebrated thinkers into the mainstream of the religious academy and beyond.

Thank you for your generous donation!

Explore our blog:

The Journey Behind and the Road Ahead: A New Journey

The High Holidays are behind us for another year. We have travelled God’s way in those marathon weeks, and it may be tempting for us to settle back into a comfortable, mindless rhythm until Chanukah starts at the end of November. However, from shofar blowing and...

The Libyan Donkey Overturns the Golden Lamp

Rabbi Klayman draws on his decades as an attorney to examine this Talmudic narrative on bribery and its damaging effects on the judicial system.

For the Love of Shmitah Part 2

Part 2 of Rabbi Elliot Klayman’s article on shmitah. What happens to a community when people are afraid to lend near a year of release? Read on!

Jonathan Bernis Talks LLC

Jonathan Bernis, President & CEO of Jewish Voice Ministries International, talks about the importance of MJTI’s new Lifelong Learning Centre.

For the Love of Shmitah Part 1

MJTI CFO Rabbi Klayman writes on the importance of shmitah—periodic forgiveness, or “release.” What insights could this practice give us today?

Announcing the MJTI Lifelong Learning Center

The Lifelong Learning Centre celebrates learning from a Messianic Jewish perspective for all who wish to continue the pursuit of knowledge.

Spreading Peace During a Pandemic

We know that we should be nicer—but how? Rabbi Elliot Klayman looks at Psalm 120 for how to let our yetzer hatov shine through.

Nasso: Sixty-Three Years Later

This week is Parshat Nasso, Rabbi Klayman’s bar mitzvah portion. He reflects on the interim and the lessons he’s learned in the meantime.

Questions of Authority

COVID lockdowns have sparked debate: meet in person (Acts 2:42, Heb 10:24-25) or respect health & safety rules (Rom 13:1-8, 1 Pet 2:13-17)?

The Value of Procrastination

Could procrastination be a Biblical value? MJTI Registrar Michael Hillel dives into whether haste to do Adonai’s will is always a good thing.

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