Zachariah Karp

Growing up in Washington, D.C., Zachariah lived a comfortable life and felt confident in his own skin. But when his family moved to Israel, Zachariah was pushed outside of his comfort zone and had to adjust to a completely different culture.

As a believer in Yeshua and the son of a Jewish father and Gentile mother, Zachariah struggled to find his identity among Israelis. He tried to hide his faith for fear of offending the Jewish people around him—but he learned that it was not fair to God or others to keep his faith buried.