Branson Tabernacle hosts concert this weekend
BRANSON, Mo. -- International Messianic singer and recording artist Jonathan Settel will be in concert Friday, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 24, at 11 a.m. at The Tabernacle, 256 Church Road, Branson, Mo.
Settel was born in Berlin, Germany, and grew up in a traditional Jewish family in Washington, D.C. He studied music at the Inter American University of San German, Puerto Rico. For 20 years he was a vocalist in nightclubs, hotels, bars and cruise ships in the United States. In February 1984, while employed by Walt Disney World, Jonathan had an "encounter with eternity." He became a Believer in Yeshua Ha Mashiach. (Jesus, the Messiah).
For six years Settel was one of the worship leaders for Erev Shabbat Service in a small church in Florida. In 1990, Jonathan responded to the Lord's call to return to his homeland, Israel, and moved his family to Jerusalem where he came to love and identify completely with the Israeli culture, and was fired up to "bring the Word forth from Zion." After a tremendous growth in his ministry he, his wife Sharon, and their children returned to the U.S. in June of 1996 to fulfill the next part of God's plan for them.
Settel International Ministries is a ministry of reconciliation. For too many years, Jews and non-Jews have been looking through the glass of mistrust and suspicion. Settel's vision is that the time to live the unity of the scriptures has arrived. Through the music of Settel International Ministries, both Gentiles and Jews can touch the Heart of God and feel the arms of Messiah Yeshua surround them.
For further information, telephone The Tabernacle at (417) 334-7373