Michael Campo Ministry Update

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April 2017

Shalom and Greetings in our Messiah!

Recently I found myself officiating at another Passover Seder. I suspect that I’ve conducted close to a thousand of these special presentations in my 34 years of ministry. No matter how many I do, I always encounter people who have experienced the Passover’s true meaning and purpose for the very first time.

Such people motivate me and prompt me to pray for the opportunity to present another thousand Seders. The Passover is, without question, the single most important of the seven Feasts. This is also why the Jewish religious New Year does not begin with Rosh Hashanah, but with Passover (Ex. 12:1-3). God begins His year with who He is—a saving God, a redeeming God, the God who is love, and the God who gave the world a Lamb. The Passover ends by looking forward to the coming year, and ultimately, to the day of our salvation.

At this year’s Seder, there were approximately 70 guests, 3 of whom were Jewish. They were surprised to learn that a Gentile would know about their faith. I always enjoy reminding both Jews and Gentiles that Christianity is supremely Jewish and that Jesus was a Jew. The Jewish guests’ eyes were really opened when they saw the unmistakable connection between Leviticus 23 and Exodus 12, and the New Testament.

Every Passover service ends by looking forward to next year, with a wish to celebrate “next year in Jerusalem.” That’s a good wish, but not always possible. Perhaps next year, however, we can celebrate the Passover at your church and together be reminded of the Scripture’s single most important truth: man is saved by blood—the blood of the Lamb!


  • The Gospel, that it would first spread rapidly and be glorified in the hearts of ‘’the lost sheep of the house of Israel,'' and also for the salvation of the Gentiles with whom I share the Gospel message;
  • Church meetings—to increase both in number and fruitfulness;
  • Praise God for my continued good health;
  • A young boy with autism;
  • Continued interest in finding the truth of Scripture;
  • My neighbor seeking salvation;
  • Comfort to a dear girl who lost her husband;
  • Jewish friends my wife and I continue to witness to; and,
  • One of our missionaries.


We are so grateful to you for being such a crucial part of the Lord’s work through us. Without your prayers and financial support, we would be unable to continue as the Lord’s ambassadors to the Jewish people. Thank you for your commitment to our ministry.

In Messiah’s love and ours,

Mike and Sandra Campo

P.O. Box 345
San Antonio, TX 78292
Phone: (800) 926-5397