Paul Liberman became a believer in the Messiah in 1971. He was instrumental in founding two Messianic Congregations; Beth Messiah Messianic Congregation in Washington, D.C. and Tree of Life in San Diego, California. He also served as a congregational leader at Beit Asaph in Netanya, Israel, when he resided in the Land for nine years.
There, he was a founder of The Joseph Project, Ltd. (humanitarian aid importer), and was elected Chairman of the Messianic Political Action Committee. For five years, he served as the Executive Director of the International Messianic Alliance. Paul was also the publisher of “The Messianic Times” newspaper for six years, a founding board member of MAOZ, Inc. (Israel) and is President of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America.
In addition to leader of Ohav Shalom Messianic Congregation in Palm Springs, California, Paul is currently active in the Alliance for Israel Advocacy (AIA).
Messianic Rabbi Liberman received his ordination from the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues in 1987.