The uniqueness of Hineni Hebraic Fellowship is not in our doctrinal views. Rather, it is in the way that we apply our convictions to the world in which we live. Hineni is missional , evangelicalistic, outward-focused, technology savvy and involved. These areas of practical emphases give Hineni its distinct character.
When we say that Hineni is a missiologist and evangelical ministry, we convey that we are a biblical Judaism movement that orients its ministry around the revealed truth of the Bible. Hineni strives to be faithful to the Bible’s mandate that the congregation carry out the message of grace to all people.
We strongly believe that the heart of our ministry is content-rich biblical teaching. We use technology, we have a online publishing division. We are convinced that the Word of God is, as Hebrews 4:12 says, “living and active.” “faith and works”. Because we have a high view of those we influence through our ministry, we believe that they want to be challenged by a reasonable, applicable presentation of the Bible. Furthermore, it is our conviction that spiritual growth and authentic biblical service must be based upon a strong foundation of knowledge of the Scriptures.
We believe that God works differently in the life of each believer, but always with his forgiveness and transforming love as the foundation. We all come to a relationship with Messiah with different sins, habits, burdens and concerns. At Hineni, we are committed to cooperating with God as he works in people’s lives over time.
We believe that a plurality and cross cultural of accountable leaders best reflects the New Testament’s or Good News design for the congregation. We also believe that public reporting of congregation activities and financial matters is important.
Paul (Saul) says the goal of his ministry is to “present each man complete in Messiah” (Colossians 1:28). The goal of Jewish believers instruction is to help believers develop a self-motivated spiritual life. We want to provide the tools and the opportunity for people to establish their own convictions aboutTorah-based life and biblical service.
Technology savvy, modern and Outward-focused
We are a congregation with a clear, outward focus. We recognize and affirm our biblical position as “ambassadors for Messiah” (2 Corinthians 5:20).
Hineni has always been a goal-centered, zealous ministry. We are deeply motivated to share with others the message of reconciliation with God.
We believe that the believers community needs to reach out the culture it serves.
Progressive and comtemporary
Over the years, Hinenis has demonstrated flexibility in its organizational structure. To be successfully pro-cultural, cross cultural Hineni has recognized the need to change as the times change.
We are willing to try and use new things and to take risks in order to remain effective in ministry.
Burdened for Students
We have a special burden for children and young people. In the “post-bible” West, most children grow up facing tough decisions without a strong Torah-based foundation. We believe people who are student-aged are uniquely open to the gospel.
The Bible envisions the believers groups and movements as a new community of people reconciled to Messiah and, in turn, reconciled to each other. Our organizational structure is intended to facilitate this process.
We are convinced that a crucial need for care from believers is encouragement in a complex, indifferent world.
The foundation for healthy individuals, society and the congregation is the family. We are unequivocally committed to equipping families who are interested in forming Messiah-centered environments in their homes.
Appreciative of Diversity
God has given the work of the congregation to all believers, not just the “clergy.” We highly value diversity, and welcome the unique abilities and experiences that each individual brings to the congregation. We are committed to helping those who want to serve, find roles where they can contribute.
We are a group blessed by God with tremendous resources. Our fellowship has always responded to the needs presented. Our pledge and goal is $5 million in three years for “Our Commitment to the Future” building fund. Another significant indication is that Hineni members volunteer an estimated 25,000 hours per year in vital biblical service.
Our ministry is rooted in the profound awareness that God has delivered us from the destructive course of the world and is continuing to restore us to wholeness through His Spirit. We seek to express our appreciation and
gratitude corporately and individually.