Peter Tsukahira is an Asian-American, now an Israeli citizen. The son of an American diplomat, Peter was born in the U.S. and raised in Japan. Peter became a believer in 1973 and attended Christ for the Nations Institute (Dallas, Texas). He completed a Bachelor's degree in economics at Tufts University (Medford, Massachusetts) and enrolled in the American Christian Theological School (Anaheim, California) where he earned a Masters of Divinity degree.
Peter and his wife, a Messianic Jew, moved to Tokyo, Japan in 1982 where they led a growing international fellowship. Peter also worked in the Japanese computer industry. In 1987, they became immigrants and moved to Haifa, Israel. After the Gulf War in 1991, Peter was instrumental in establishing the congregation of Kehilat HaCarmel (Carmel Congregation) on Mount Carmel and became one of the pastors. He now directs the Or HaCarmel (Light of Carmel) Ministry Center and the Mount Carmel School of Ministry, a two-week intensive school and study tour focused on the prophetic significance of Israel. Aside from his local ministry responsibilities, Peter writes books and teaches in various countries.
Peter Tsukahira is the author of My Father's Business, God's Tsunami and Culture of the Kingdom.
Lawrence and his foundation, Celebrate Messiah Australia, are on a mission to bring the message of the gospel to the original messengers, the Jews.
A Jewish believer, Lawrence Hirsch co-founded Celebrate Messiah Australia with his wife Louise in 1995 and serves as the Executive Director. Lawrence and Louise also run a church called Beit HaMashiach in Melbourne, one of the largest Messianic Jewish congregations in Australia.
Lawrence was born in South Africa and had a traditional Jewish upbringing culminating with his Barmitzvah at age 13. He moved to Melbourne in 1983 and it was here that Lawrence came to faith in Jesus, the Messiah. Incredibly, at the same time, while still in South Africa, Louise, Lawrence’s childhood sweetheart, also came to faith in Jesus. They married one year later and took up residence in Melbourne.
Lawrence and Louise have been involved in the planting of several messianic congregations and have lead many Jewish people to faith in Messiah.
Sarah Liberman is an Israeli worship leader and songwriter who has devoted her life to blessing God’s heart and lifting Him up. Sarah’s passionate worship, birthed in the unseen place, inspires believers of all ages to pursue the heart of God in a deeper way. She has personally experienced God’s miraculous power and believes in the transformation that comes from encountering the true presence of the living God. Sarah regularly leads worship in several congregations in the north of Israel, together with a team of young Israelis, and travels to other countries bringing the unique sound of Israeli worship to the nations.
Sarah has just released her first worship project called – ‘Lefanecha’ – I Am Before You. This much awaited CD, captured the sound of corporate Israeli worship and Mt. Carmel worship watches as well as her personal worship times.
42 Church St,, Ryde NSW 2112
42 Church St,, Ryde NSW 2112
Friday 18th August 2017, Commences at 07.30pm - 09.30pm
Saturday 19th August 2017, Commences at 9.30am - 3.30pm
EARLY BIRD $40 (CLOSES AFTER 30TH JULY)
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St Anne's Ryde Anglican Church, 42 Church St, Ryde NSW 2112
Limited 2 hours Street Public Parking is available around the venue.
$30 All day - Paid Parking is located inside Top Ryde Shopping Centre.
Delegates to cater for their own Lunch.
Wide range of Western, Asian Fusion Food and Cafe is located at Top Ryde Shopping Centre, within 5 minutes walking distanceCafes .
Lunch boxes will be available for purchase at the conference.
An offering will be received during the conference for ministry at Or Ha Carmel.