Moshe is of European and South American descent. He grew up in South America and later discipled Jewish believers for more than 10 years in the United States. Both sets of his grandparents were Jews from Europe who escaped to South America during World War I (maternal) and World War II (paternal).
Just before his bar mitzvah (when a 13-year-old boy becomes responsible spiritually in the Jewish community), Moshe became a Messianic believer. At that time, he understood that God would use his life for God’s kingdom. He received his call to serve in Israel while in seminary, more than 20 years ago. But after many years of doors closing, today, Moshe lives in Israel with his wife and four children, where they serve the Lord in a messianic congregation.
While living in the United States, Moshe earned a bachelor of arts degree in biblical studies from International School of Theology in Maryland.
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