Whether you are looking for books, tracts, or copies of our Quarterly Magazine, "The Messianic Outreach," you will find all that and more here!
who we are
MLO, founded in 1977, is a non-profit ministry that provides quality literature with the message that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah. Products include assorted tracts, booklets, books and music. The ministry produces a quarterly magazine, The Messianic Outreach, which contains articles of interest to messianic Jews and those interested in the Jewish origins and essence of Christianity.
The ministry has an Israel Outreach program that gives to needy Jewish believers in Israel; a scholarship program for students desiring to go into Jewish-oriented ministry; and several overseas programs, where literature is sent free to India, Nigeria, the former Soviet Union and other countries. You can also find our new "HaDerekh" Fund when you click on "Donations / Support."
what we offer:
PEOPLE LOVE OUR RESOURCES!
“We have had numerous members and visitors tell us how blessed they were to be able to read some of the testimonies that were offered in the M.L.O. tracts. There is virtually something for everyone. We are truly blessed to have access to such inspiring material from such a wonderful array of writers and believers."
“I have been enjoying the Messianic Outreach magazine for many years. The articles range from easy to understand and sometimes humorous to downright challenging but always spiritually edifying, uplifting and contributory to my understanding the Jewishness of my belief in the Lord. Thanks to the MLO staff for all your hard work.”
“My wife and I were introduced to MLO by a friend more than a decade ago through the study 'What the Rabbis Know About the Messiah.' Since that time, we have received the quarterly 'The Messianic Outreach' and purchased music and tracts. We appreciate both the sound theology and the heart of the ministry. More recently, we have been using the 'Messianic Jewish Passover Haggadah' at our seders and we have found none that meets our needs better."