IBJM provides individuals, missionaries, pastors, and congregations with a variety of evangelistic training resources, tools, and skills so that they might be better equipped to carry the gospel of Jesus Christ to both the Jew and the Gentile (Romans 1:16).

Evangelistic training and educational events are held at IBJM’s Gartenhaus Training Center in Hixson, Tennessee. However, many of our seminars and conferences are available in a shorter format for local church and school presentations. Please contact IBJM to learn more about hosting Jewish Evangelism Seminars, Passover demonstrations, and more in your area.

IBJM hosts or runs several events each year. Some of these include:

    On-site conferences
    Tours of the Israel, the Holy Land
    Short-Term Missions Trips to foreign countries

Jewish Evangelism Seminar

God’s chosen people must be reached with the gospel through your personal witness. Individual Christians and churches have neglected Jewish evangelism for too long. This motivational one-day seminar will teach you how to have an effective witness to your Jewish friends. Sessions will also address how churches can establish an on-going outreach to Jewish people within their communities.

Holy Land Tour

Since 1971, IBJM has sponsored an annual tour to the Holy Land. These trips are hosted by Dr. Ed Frampton, General Director of IBJM. Tour costs are competitive and include airfare, fine hotel accommodations, delicious Israeli meals, modern air-conditioned motor coaches and the daily services of a competent, Israeli driver and a English-speaking, Israeli guide.

Many pastors and Christian workers have returned from these tours with a deepened love for the land of Israel and its people, the Jews, and with a better working knowledge of the Bible and the Bible lands, as well as prophecy and current events.

Holocaust Education Day

These public presentations are geared toward educating young people, in particular, regarding persecution of the Jew before, during and after the World War II years.

Both Christian and public schools alike use this program to help students understand the dangers of anti-Semitism and appreciate the sacrifice of many to restore freedom of religion and person.

Event Date: 
Friday, March 17, 2017

Evangelize New York City

Now the "safest big city in America," approximately nine million people make their homes within the city limits of the "concrete jungle." During the 19th and 20th centuries, millions of Jewish immigrants escaping pogroms, persecution, and the Holocaust found a safe haven in New York. They established strong religious and social centers to secure their traditions and customs. Today, the New York metro area is home to approximately 1.6 million Jewish people, at present the second largest Jewish population in the world. Tragically, this city has been grossly neglected as a 21st century mission field.

Event Date: 
Monday, June 5, 2017 to Monday, June 12, 2017

Four-Day Focus

Do you sense the Lord calling you into service among God's chosen people, the Jews? If so, this is your personal invitation to come and discover the exciting possibilities in Jewish missions today! As the Lord's return draws closer, many Jewish people are coming to the Messiah.

In order to prepare you for a future ministry in leading more Jewish souls to Jesus Christ, IBJM has created the Four-Day Focus. During these four action packed days at the Gartenhaus Training Center in Hixson, Tennessee, you will learn all about what it takes to become a missionary to the Jews.

Event Date: 
Monday, June 19, 2017 to Thursday, June 22, 2017