Path 2 Restoration Ministries' vision: Preach the Full Gospel to those of Paragould and greater Northeast Arkansas. Acts 21:8 says, "He will send Jesus Christ, who before was proclaimed to you, who must remain in heaven until the restoration of all things." Our call is to teach the church of the things which have been lost from our churches and God is now restoring before the return of Jesus Christ to earth. We teach our Jewish roots so our Heavenly Father can "create in Himself one new man from the two (Jew and Gentile), thus making peace." Ephesians 2:15
Meeting Times: Shabot 6:00pm, Tuesday prayer and Torah Study 5:30pm
4301 W Kingshighway, Paragould, Arkansas
Mailing Address: Path 2 Restoration Ministries
PO Box 4, Paragould, Arkansas 72451
What would it be like to journey back to the first century and learn as did the Jewish disciples of Yeshua/Jesus? How would your understanding of the gospel have been shaped by the customs, beliefs, and traditions of the Jewish culture in which you lived?
Phone: (479) 248-1511
We welcome and embrace all those who wish to learn more about the Hebrew roots of Christianity. We encourage you to join us in learning to worship our Savior in the manner in which He most likely worshipped. We hope you will explore with us while we focus on the way of life portrayed in the Holy Scriptures, bringing us ever closer to our Savior as we begin to understand Him better in the context of the Jewish Rabbi that He personified.
Phone: (479) 967-5433
Tikvah b'Yeshua is a non-aligned messianic congregation that serves the central Arkansas area. We believe that Yeshua (Jesus) is the prophesied Messiah sent into the world by the heavenly Father. We also believe that the Eternal's will for mankind is found in both the Old and New Testaments. Therefore, we obey and teach the Torah as well as the New Testament.
Phone: (501) 983-0041
Fort Smith, AR
House of Jacob is a Yeshiva (Hebrew name for a school of deeper learning of the Scriptures) for fellowship, worship and Scripture study. Can you prove that the Messiah of the New Testament is the One who presented Himself to Israel in the Old Testament? If you want to learn more, come and join us for weekly Shabbat meetings! We assembly on the weekly 7th day Sabbath, as well as the yearly Appointed times.