“I’ll shout it out from the housetops!” she announces between forkfuls of organic greens. “Jesus is my Lord and Savior!”
Oy vey! What have I gotten myself into? Here is the most beautiful girl I have ever been near, but she’s a Christian, whatever that is. Still, those bright eyes, that perfect complexion, tanned olive by the summer sun, and her genuine sweetness are disarming. No! I couldn’t let myself fall for a committed, cross-waving Christian. My grandmother would roll over in her grave—surely an uncomfortable turn of events in the congested Long Island cemetery where we laid her to rest.
“Do you even know who Jesus is?” she asks.
It all started with a simple conversation between an unlikely pair—a wandering Jewish boy and a passionate Christian girl. But, over thirty years later, it has turned into a beautiful marriage representing Yeshua, unity, and peace.
Myles and Katharine Weiss have been in ministry for over 30 years, while Myles has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for nearly that long. After serving around the world, from the Congo to Russia, they were called to proclaim the relationship between Israel and world revival.
That call lead them to Zola Levitt Presents, a television program broadcast weekly around the world, that they hosted for six years. While there, they shared Israel’s destiny with the church and the world.
Their emphasis on relationships and marriage has been a constant throughout their ministry, encouraging and counseling countless couples about God’s vision, plan, and hope for their marriage. Part of this has been in presenting marriage enrichment seminars from Hawaii to Siberia. In March 2019, they released their first book, When Heaven Hits Home: Ancient Wisdom for Today’s Couples.
Their message is one of hope and fulfilled destiny for individuals, couples, the Jewish people, Arabs, and the nations of the world. Today, they serve as the pastors of Jewish Ministries at The Father’s House (tfh.org) and lead the Messianic gathering House of Peace/Beth Shalom (mkhop.org). Periodically, they also lead tours to Israel. To find out more, click here.