Five-Fold Ministry Within A Network of Messianic Jewish Congregations
Dr William and Regina Hepfner
Yeshua ha'Mashiach

  • 1993 Ministerial Theology, Sweetwater Bible College, Phx., AZ
  • 1998 B.A. in Theology, Sweetwater Bible College, Phx., AZ
  • 2004 M.A in Theology, Phoenix Bible College & Seminary, Phx, AZ
  • 2009 Th.D. Phoenix University of Theology, Phx, AZ

Dr. H was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon, in 1948 of Jewish parents. When he was one month, his parents enrolled him in day-care at the Hepfner household, a very nice Christian family. His birth parents sadly fell into financial trouble, so at the tender age of three months, the boy was placed in a wicker basket and left on the doorstep of the Hepfner family with a note pinned to his clothing, requesting them to raise the child.

The Hepfner family carefully manouvered the note through the proper legal channels and by the time Dr. H was nine months old he was adopted into the family who raised him in the Christian faith. With this unusual history, people often call Dr. H, "Little Moses".

Dr. H continuously thanks God for blessing him with a lovely and Godly wife, Regina (Gina), six grown children, and 13 grandchildren.

As a pastor, the Lord called Dr. H to break down the walls of misunderstanding between the Christian Churches and the Messianic Jewish Communities. After having successfully planted 5 Christian Churches in the Phoenix Valley and assisted them in training their leadership teams, Dr. H is now - more than ever - thoroughly convinced that the Lord is equipping him to raise up leaders in the Messianic community, while financially assisting them in opening their own Messianic congregations.

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