Michael Yaron was born in Israel. He was the first–born son of Jewish immigrants from Poland who had survived the horrors of WW2, but lost both his parents at a young age. After his army service he travelled to Italy in order to study medicine.
During a journey to Germany, land of his enemies, he encountered Yeshua through a young German, some 30 years ago. God called Michael back to his homeland to shepherd the people of Israel. He soon left medicine to serve the Lord in his calling. For the past nine years he has been pastoring a messianic congregation in Rishon Letzion (near Tel Aviv).
In their marriage, family and ministry, Michael and his wife pursue the vision of unity in Yeshua between Jews and Non–Jews, unity in diversity through the love of God and the healing and restoration power of Yeshua, as promised in Isaiah 61:1–3. As a charity, they support and love on Holocaust survivors.