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Dr. Barri Cae Mallin Interviewed by Lloyd Hildebrand

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Dr. Barri Cae Mallin is an online adjunct professor for Grand Canyon University, Crown College and Ashford University. In addition, she is an adult Sunday School teacher at Mount Paran Church of God, Atlanta, Georgia, focusing on the Jewish roots of our faith in Yeshua, Jesus the Messiah. She is also the President of Maasay Yahdav, the Works of His Hands, Inc., a humanitarian organization established to support the work of God in Israel. Dr. Mallin earned a B.A. in Psychology from Stephens College, Columbia, MO, an M.B.A. from Amberton University, Garland, TX, and a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Trinity Theological Seminary, Newburgh, IN. Theological persuasion: Jewish believer/Church of God Pentecostal. Personal Testimony of Dr. Barri Cae Mallin I was raised in a traditional Jewish home. My father was raised Orthodox, my mother was reform so they raised us children reform. I was raised with moral values and the importance of our Jewish traditions, but there was no emphasis on prayer to God. I was taught that Yeshua was not the Messiah, that He was not born of a virgin and that He was not resurrected. In 1980, at lunch with two business associates in my cousins' deli in Dallas, TX, the president of the firm told me that he was a Messianic Jew. I said, " A what?" as I had never heard that term. He called himself a born again Jew. I asked if that had similarity to the place that had a cross, a Star of David and a fish thing out in front (I later found out that was Zola Levitt's office.) They said yes and I asked them to tell me about it. Over lunch, Larry, the business owner shared his testimony, and recited Isaiah 53:6 “All of us like sheep have gone astray, Each of us has turned to his own way; But the LORD has caused the iniquity of us all To fall on Him.” Immediately, in my spirit, I knew that Larry was referring to Yeshua. He also recited Ps. 22:1 when Yeshua said, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” At that moment, I was born again.

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