Dick Reuben

Being Jewish is not an easy task in an anti-Semitic world, especially if you are a born-again Christian or Messianic Jew. The Ruach Elohim (Spirit of the Living God) overcame all the odds of a Jew ever becoming a believer when Brother Reuben became a believer in Yeshua, the promised Messiah of Israel, on the evening of March 1st 1971. In giving his heart to the Lord at a Rex Humbard crusade in Norfolk Virginia, that night an outlaw biker that society had written off as a habitual loser, was radically saved and called by the grace and mercy of the Almighty God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

Dick ReubenDick Reuben entered full time ministry in 1985 and was a pastor of a small church in Indiana for several years before becoming a traveling Evangelist. Having studied under a noted Messianic Rabbi for 6 years Brother Reuben attended the Institute of Ministry in Bradenton, Florida and Christ for the Nations in Dallas, Texas. Joining the staff of Rock of Israel in January of 1990 as a field representative with the Assembles of God home missions in Southern California. While living in southern California Brother Reuben received his DD. Degree from, and for a short time taught at, the Southern California Theological Seminary as a professor of Old Testament theology.

Dick Reuben is now an international speaker and teacher with a heart to bring the gentile church into a better understanding of Biblical patterns from a Jewish perspective. Dick carries a special anointing of unity and understanding to the modern church. As a Messianic Jewish minister he is often called the foundational teacher, instrumental in bringing the pattern for revival to Brownsville Assembly of God in Pensacola, Florida. The Brownsville Revival has been accepted as one of the mightiest outpourings of the Holy Spirit power in America in the last one hundred years.

Dick Reuben is a refreshing, gifted teacher of the word of God, ministering in the prophetic gift as well. He and his wife Deanne have a twofold vision for their ministry focusing on worship and revelation of the word. His call, he feels, is to equip the saints for the work of the ministry. Dick approaches this call through his vast knowledge of the word and by explaining a Jewish book from the Jewish perspective. Many Christians today ponder how the Old Testament and New Testament patterns tie together and
how God’s covenant with Israel still stands established for believers. Answering these questions in a foundational and practical manner is the lifeblood of Dick Reuben Evangelistic Association.