Meet the Coaches

All Jewish Gentile Couples coaches are extensively knowledgeably on complicated interfaith issues. As Jewish people who believe in Jesus, our coaches have had to navigate multiple faith cultures and balance dual identities in their own lives. In addition, each coach has received specialized training in cross-cultural relationships and the unique challenges they pose. Meet a few of our coaches below:

Coach Profile: Dr. Tuvya Zaretsky

Tuvya holds an MA in Missiology with a concentration in Judaic Studies from Fuller Seminary's School of Intercultural Studies and a Doctorate of Missiology from the Division of Intercultural Studies at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. He is the founder of, a free coaching service for interfaith couples. Tuvya and his wife, Ellen, have three children and two grandchildren.

Coach Profile: Jacqui Meyer

Jacqui was born and raised in a Reform Jewish household in Los Angeles, California. She holds an MA in Social Work from California State University, Long Beach. Jacqui is a licensed clinical social worker and spent many years working in the field. In 2016, she shifted the concentration of her work to spiritual coaching and mentoring. Jaqui now lives in Phoenix with her Jewish husband, Stan, and their Chinese American daughter, Carrie Fu.

Coach Profile: David Randle

David was raised by an African American father and a Jewish mother in St. Louis, Missouri. He worked as a Children and Youth Ministry Director for five years, helping children and families navigate the unique issues related to dual-faith identities. David's wife, Arielle, was also raised in an intermarried, Jewish Gentile household and today, the two live in San Francisco with their daughter, Yael.