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Our Mission Statement

Beth El Gibor endeavors to reach the lost sheep of the house of Israel, and the nations in the
Lehigh Valley and the surrounding areas, with the Good News of Messiah Yeshua. Our vision is
the restoration of the people of Israel and the Nations to the one true God by the re-grafting of
Israel, and the grafting in of the nations to the olive tree (Romans 11). We seek to broaden the
Messianic vision and experience, offering tangible proof of the Kingdom of God, which is in
harmony with a biblical messianic heritage, and calling. To live and love one another, as Jews and
Gentiles we enter into a relationship with the living God through the life, death and resurrection
of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus).

Beth El Gibor endeavors to experience the heritage God has called His elect to, as Jewish and
Gentile brothers in everyday life, and through the “seasons of our joy” (z’man
simchate’nu). Shabbat is embraced and the biblical feasts (moedim) ordained by God in perpetuity
are celebrated at their appointed times, always in the context of the revelation and teachings of
Yeshua the Messiah. Discipleship, training, and teachings are grounded in the truth of all of
Scripture, from the book of Genesis to Revelation (The Hebrew Covenant & The New Covenant)
which are inspired by the Ruach Ha-Kodesh (Holy Spirit). The bible contains instruction relevant
to our everyday walk together as mispocha (family). Worship embraces a traditional liturgical
expression of praise and adoration to Adonai (The LORD); focused on lifting God up in prayer,
praise, and song

Children are our future at Beth El Gibor. Children are raised in the truths of the Messiah with
a rich Messianic heritage. We live out the Jewish life cycles from Brit Milah (circumcision),
Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Marriage and going home to be with the Lord. In our community, Jews and
Gentiles learn to embrace each other in our unique callings, and are discipled in sound Messianic
culture, which reflects the lives of the first-century messianic communities. Messianic culture is
expressed and implemented within congregation life, and home settings. We are commanded to
love one another as God loves us, devoted to one another in brotherly love, and bearing one
another’s burdens. We share with God's people, and our neighbors in need, walking in
hospitality. Our desire is to build true covenant relationships with all who are called to our

We are called to be connected to the Jewish community, and the Church, for we are part of
both. We will be a light to the Jewish and Gentile communities by living and encouraging the
unity of Jew and Gentile to a relationship with Yeshua. The scriptures, through a literal reading of
the Word, in its original context is foundational to our faith.

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