Dr. Mitch Glaser
came to faith in November of 1970 through what was then the West Coast branch of Chosen People Ministries
He comes from a traditional Jewish family in New York City, attended Orthodox Hebrew School, and became Bar Mitzvah at age 13.
currently resides in Brooklyn where he
focuses on developing Chosen People Ministries'
operations in the greater New York Metropolitan area - beginning in the same area of Brooklyn where the ministry began in 1894 - and overseeing the international vision for the organization.
With decades of experience in Jewish missions, Mitch
has been extensively involved in evangelism in several countries, and was instrumental in helping to establish a congregation among Russian Jewish immigrants in New York.
He is an alumnus of Northeastern Bible College, holds a Master of Divinity degree in Bible from Talbot Theological Seminary, and is a Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary School of World Mission.
has written, co-written or edited a number of books, including Isaiah 53
Explained, The Gospel According to Isaiah 53
and The Fall Feasts of Israel.
He has written many articles for Christian periodicals, including The Evangelical Missions Quarterly, and has taught at leading evangelical schools, such as Fuller Theological Seminary, Westminster Theological Seminary, Moody Bible Institute, and Columbia International University.
Mitch is also a musician and composer.
Mitch Glaser has been President of Chosen People Ministries since 1997.
was a plenary speaker at The People the Land and the Future of Israel during Session 2.