Jacqui Meyer was born and raised in Los Angeles in a Reform Jewish home. She embraced Yeshua as her Messiah in high school. After graduating from a secular college, she decided to go to a Bible college to be equipped for ministry. While in Bible college, she served with the Foursquare Missions International. It was during that time she encountered and volunteered with Jews for Jesus. Jacqui went on to earn a Masters of Social Work and worked as a clinical social worker. In 2012, Jacqui reconnected with Stan, a single dad with Jews for Jesus who had just lost his wife. They began dating and married in 2014. Jacqui has a B.A. from UCSC, B.Th. from Pacific L.I.F.E. Bible College, an MSW from Cal State Long Beach, and began as a missionary with Jews for Jesus in the August of 2016.
Interacting with a personal God who listens to our prayers and cares about our daily affairs feels foreign to many Jewish people. Thus the Jewish healing movement is an opportunity to explore one’s spiritual beliefs and develop new ways of relating to God.