Work Days at MNLT
Sunday October 13th: 8:00 am to 12:00 noon

Upcoming Events at MNLT:
Those that would like to come for the weekend to attend these events, MNLT has a campground with RV and tent sites, shower house, pavilion, and playground. Please call Mike Klopfenstein at 260-564-4321 or Shaun Klopfenstein at 260-564-2595 for details.

Sunday October 13th
Registration Sign-in: Begins at 1:00 PM
Welcome Service: 7:30 PM

Sukkot  - Monday October 14th to Monday October 21st
Guest Speakers include Dr. Darrell Carr and Author S.J. Hill of "Enjoying God"
Daily services during Sukkot will begin at

Register Below

RV Sites Sold Out. Please call 260-564-4321 for other options.

Messiahs New Life Tabernacle
"Learning Torah"
singular proper noun: Torah
  1. Instruction. Also the law of God as revealed to Moses and recorded in the first five books of the Hebrew scriptures (the Pentateuch).

  See the Law as Yahshua does.
Our Messiah Yahshua (Jesus) spreads His salvation to every kindred and tongue and people and nation. Halleluya! Alleluia! Hallelujah! HalleluYah!  And yet when we look into the Hebrew language we are finding 
so much richness and depth of meaning!  
Some of which has been lost in translation



Messiah’s New Life Tabernacle will be that light on a hill where children love to come, where visitors feel valued and respected, where the down trodden are lifted up, where members esteem each other better than themselves, where all are treated as family, and where truth is spoken in love and always seasoned with grace. Our success will be measured by how much our neighbors praise our Heavenly Father and His Son for the love Messiah’s New Life Tabernacle has shown them.     



Our primary goal as an assembly is to build the character of Messiah in the hearts and lives of individuals to be effective witnesses of his love at home and in our communities. Yahshua was perfect in every way. He commanded us to be followers of Him so this is our aim. The more we become like Yahshua, the more successful we will be in our relationships with family, friends, neighbors, and our Heavenly Father.

The importance of relationships in the bible is evident in the two great commandments to love Yahweh with all our heart, soul, and mind and to love our neighbor as ourselves.. Until we learn to love our fellow man as Yahshua did, we will fail in our love to Elohim (God). As believers, we are commanded to follow peace with all men, without such we shall not see Yahweh.

Our Heavenly Father’s desire is that we become like his Son Yahshua. Our goal is to help individuals develop Messiah-like character.