A series of three seminars delivered at the 2014 Feast of Tabernacles by leading theologians which discuss the issues of replacement and fulfillment theology and provide a solid scriptural foundation for Christian support of Israel.
Dan Juster – Dr. Daniel Juster is an accomplished author and a featured speaker at many national and international conferences. He received his B.A. from Wheaton College, his M.D. Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and McCormick Theological Seminary; and his Th.D. from New Covenant International Seminary. Since 1972, Dan has been involved in the Messianic Jewish movement and served as the founding president and general secretary of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations for nine years and the senior pastor of Beth Messiah Congregation, Rockville, MD for 22 years. Dr. Juster is the Senior Apostle and Director of Tikkun International Ministries. Presently, Dan and his wife, Patty, spend most of their time in Israel near Jerusalem. They have three married children and eight grandchildren living in Israel and the United States.
Rev. Malcolm Hedding – Rev. Malcolm Hedding is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God of Southern Africa and the former Executive Director of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem. Malcolm continues to serve as an international speaker for the Christian Embassy, as well as a member of its Board of Trustees. Malcolm, together with his wife Cheryl, now lives in Murfreesboro Tennessee, where he is an associate minister of World Outreach Church. They have three grown children and five grandchildren.
Dr. David Elms – Dr. David Elms is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God and serves as national director for ICEJ – United Kingdom and a member of the governing Association of the ICEJ. He holds a doctorate in theology from Liverpool University and his Master’s degree was awarded in Wesleyan studies from Manchester University. In addition, he holds a Doctor of Ministry degree. David is married to Gwyneth and they have three children and nine grandchildren.