About Daniah Greenberg
Daniah Greenberg is a spark plug for community activism. She energizes catalytic change wherever she goes. Today, she is the President of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Project (MJFB). She effectively gathered leaders from throughout the national Messianic Jewish community to birth a brand new translation of the New Testament called the Tree of Life Version (TLV). She leads a diverse team of 24 professionals representing Messianic ministries nationwide and affiliates in Israel. Daniah, a wayward catholic, came to faith after a single visit to the Midtown Bible Baptist Church. Graduating with a degree in Communication, she married a “nice Jewish boy,” an Electrical Engineering graduate named, Mark Greenberg, in 1989. They married and immediately joined Congregation Shema Yisrael under the leadership of Rabbi Jonathan Bernis of Jewish Voice Ministries International. In 1994, the Greenbergs were commissioned to begin Messianic services in Syracuse, New York. They founded New Beth Israel Messianic Jewish Synagogue and shared Messiah there for 14 years, leading many people to the Lord. In 2005, Daniah began writing the popular Golden Apples Messianic Jewish Children’s Curriculum currently used in over 80 Messianic congregations in America. This led to her traveling to more than 50 Messianic synagogues and 35 Messianic conferences over the last few years as her message of “a Messianic Family Bible” for the children turned into a rallying cry for the needs of the next generation of Messianic Youth in America to have a future and a hope of their own. She is the spokesperson and chief fundraiser for the TLV project and shares about it everywhere possible.
Now, Daniah’s vision to spotlight the need of this project -to finish its course- is at hand. The great value of bridging their unique Messianic community within the larger body of both Christianity and Judaism seems imminently doable. What began with the first half of the project being funded by the Messianic Jewish community she now sees as ending with the second half of the funding being raised by the Christian community. Together, “One in Messiah,” the combined testimony of the Body of Messiah will propel forward the message with the Good news of Yeshua’s resurrection beyond cultural differences. “The fact is that, in a world paralyzed by fear and terrorism, all followers of Jesus need to shine even brighter. Forgiveness, love and unity still triumph over hate speech and violence,” she adds, “The message of the Good News still changes lives for the better.”