Welcome to 
Messianic Messages 

a ministry devoted to teaching the predominantly 
Gentile Church about her Jewish heritage and 
to instilling a love and concern for the land and 
the people of Israel through the scripture of Israel.

A Jewish Ministry to the Gentile Church

"I am talking to you Gentiles, inasmuch as I am the apostle to the Gentiles, I make much of my ministry in the hope that I may somehow arouse my own people to envy and save some of them." 
(Romans 11:13-14)

For over three decades, Messianic Messages has brought Jewish light to the Gentile church; through teaching Messiah in the Feasts of the L-rd, the Jewish roots of Christianity,
and the significance of the Torah to the Church.

Rabbi Marty Cohen, the principal teacher of Messianic Messages is a Jewish man. Like Jewish men have for centuries, he sought a relationship with the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. And, like thousands of Jewish men and women have, he found that relationship through a personal relationship with the promised Messiah of Israel--Y'shua Ha Moshiach, Jesus the Messiah.

Since 1984, 
Rabbi Marty has shared the Jewish roots of Christianity with Churches, Sunday School classes, and Home Fellowship groups across America and beyond. Revealing the Messiah in the Feast of Passover over 300 times, he eloquently sheds bright Jewish light on difficult to understand passages of scripture from both the
Old & the New Testaments of G-d’s Holy Word.

Through insightful teaching, Rabbi Marty will inspire your congregation to "provoke Israel to jealousy" in new and fascinating ways. You will gain a new or renewed fervor to pray for the peace of Jerusalem, and to bless the people and the nation of Israel.

Rabbi Marty is usually avialable to come minister in churches
and at conferences and seminars across America.

Please contact and invite him to bring 
a little Jewish light into your world

You can watch Rabbi Marty's teachings
and subscribe to his YouTube Channel.







The name of G-d

Ruach HaKodesh

Holy Spirit

The vowels are removed to honor the Name of G-d; 
as is the ancient custom among Jewish people.