My Conversion Journey: Christianity to Judaism

I hope you guys get something from my own conversion journey story from Christianity to Judaism! Feel free to ask any questions. Shalom!

One thought on “My Conversion Journey: Christianity to Judaism

  1. Hey Ken
    I enjoyed watching your conversion journey video. Thanks because I know it must have been tough to relive all of that.

    I am Christian. Was brought up Christian my whole life. Never ever did I think that there might be a possibility that Jesus was not the way, the truth and the life and there was no other way to the Father except by Him.

    That is until the last 2 years or so. I have always been searching for truth but within my own Christianity. In fact I moved my whole family from a nice brand new home I bought in California in 1993- 94, to move to Tulsa (Broken Arrow) just to go to Rhema Bible training Center.

    I returned to California because I could not afford to live in Tulsa any longer. I worked as a male surgical nurse at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa.

    To this day I am not sure what I received from that experience.

    Lately I have had this unquechable thirst for the knowledge of Israel. The culture, the Old Testament. I have lived on Youtube watching video after video of Orthodox Rabbis explain how God gave the Torah and how through oral traditions things were passed down from Rabbi to Rabbi.

    I don’t know what is wrong with me except I have this longing for more. I have started learning Hebrew and been trying to read Genesis in the original language.

    I haven’t been to my Christian church with any regularity because it leaves me empty.

    I am being drawn to Judaism even though my head says “Wait, Jesus fulfilled all of that”.

    For the first time in my life ( I am 60 years old now) I am not sure what I believe anymore except that the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob IS God.

    I feel like you did when you were unsure of some things.

    I have no Orthodox Synagogue where I live to even go and check it out. There nearest to me would be in San Francisco about a hundred miles from me.

    I appreciate you openess and thank you again.
    Still searching

    Regards,
    Kim Shindler

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