Rabbi Kirt Schneider: Kidnapped & Called Clinically Insane

~ Kidnapped and deemed clinically insane for his faith in Jesus, Rabbi Kirt Schneider now leading powerful ministry that reaches millions ~

As a young Jewish man struggling to find direction and hope, Rabbi Kirt Schneider was awakened from his sleep by a profound vision of Jesus on the cross. It was at that moment Rabbi Schneider realized that God revealed himself and showed him that Jesus was the way to Him. Unfortunately, Schneider’s newfound love for Christ was not well received by his family and friends.

“They hired the most famous deprogrammer in the country to kidnap and deprogram me,” Schneider said. “They took me to the rehabilitation house and forced me to stay there for two weeks. The deprogrammers and my parents had hoped that by getting me away from the environment that they believed was programming me to follow Jesus, I would snap out of it and come back to my senses. When that didn’t happen, my parents hired a psychiatrist to come to the house to evaluate me when I got home. After I told him about my vision of Yeshua, he diagnosed me as delusional and had me committed to a psychiatric ward for two months. Since receiving the supernatural vision of Yeshua from God in 1978, I have withstood tremendous rejection and hostility from the Jewish community for my faith, but my faith has never wavered.”

Rabbi Schneider’s startling vision and dedication to Christ inspired personal revelation and a now global ministry. For the past forty-plus years, Rabbi Schneider has dedicated his life to a passionate pursuit of Jesus and being used by God for His purpose. Rabbi Schneider’s ministry is now available in over one hundred million homes in the U.S. and nearly two hundred nations worldwide. 

To interview Rabbi Kirt A. Schneider, contact Media@HamiltonStrategies.com, or Jeff Tolson, 610.584.1096, ext. 108.

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