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Evangelist Ted R Weiland of Mission to Israel

Ted R. Weiland pastors Christian Covenant Fellowship in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, and is the evangelical head of Mission to Israel Ministries.  He has a national and international audio tape ministry and lectures frequently throughout the United States.  He also appears as a guest speaker on television and radio programs.  He and his wife have four children.

 

Evangelist Weiland was reared in Colorado, and after graduating from high school, he hit the Professional Rodeo Circuit, focusing on the rough stock events, particularly bull riding.  Upon his conversion to Christ in 1975, he ďhung up his spursĒ in exchange for a Bible and dedicated his life to the study of the Scriptures and to preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom of Christ.

 

During 1975-1978 he attended Christian Leadership Bible College in Denver, Colorado.  In 1984, he was nominated one of 1983ís Outstanding Young Men of America for his professional achievement and exceptional service while serving four years as an evangelist and youth leader at a church in Aurora, Colorado. 

 

Pastor Ted R. Weiland is the author of the nationally and internationally acclaimed Godís Covenant People:  Yesterday, Today and Forever.  He has also written The Mystery of the Gentiles: Who are They and Where Are They Now?, Eve: Did She or Didnít She? The Seedline Hypothesis Under Scrutiny, Spiritual Israel: Out of All Nations or Out of National Israel?;  Christian Duty Under Corrupt Government:  A Revolutionary Commentary on Romans 13:1-7;  The Phinehas Hoods: A Biblical Examination of Unscriptural Vigilantism;  Capital Punishment:  Deterrent or Catalyst?; and Prisons:  Shut Them All Down!, Israelís Identity: It Matters!, Marriage, Divorce & Remarriage.

 

The Ten Commandments Series:

Thou shalt have no other gods before

Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image

Thou shalt  not take the name of Yahweh thy God in vain

Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy

Honor thy father and thy mother

Thou shalt not kill