AndreyAndrey Teplinsky is the founder of Carmel Streams, a ministry located on Mount Carmel, Israel. He lives in the city of Haifa in the northern Israel, and serves the Lord at Kehilat HaCarmel (Carmel Congregation), a Messianic congregation on top of Mount Carmel. Andrey is an author and speaker. He also regularly leads study and intercessory tours to Israel. Andrey is married and a father of three children.


Andrey is one of the spiritual sons of the ministry we built on Mt. Carmel. His calling is to participate with his family in God’s modern restoration of Israel and the Messianic Jewish body in the Land. God has gifted him as a teacher of the Bible and through Carmel Streams, he connects Israel and the nations by bringing the light of God’s word “out of Zion.”  My hope is that God will bless and anoint Andrey’s ministry to equip many for end time service to the Lord.

Peter Tsukahira

Co-founding Pastor,
Carmel Congregation

Brother Andrey and the Carmel Streams ministry team does important work. One such work is bringing an understanding of God’s reconciliation plan for the whole Middle East. Another work is showing how Christians abroad can stand with Christian Arabs in Israel to fulfil God’s redemptive plan for this strategic area.

Pastor Joseph Haddad

River of God Lebanese Church
Nahariya, Israel

I’m so glad to see Christians coming to Israel to see God’s Promised Land. Andrey and the Carmel Streams team are taking you much further, they are bringing you to see the Living Stones, the Body of Messiah in Israel! I would like to recommend this ministry to you if you want to know what God is doing here.

Pastor Zechariah Arni

Retzon HaEl Congregation
Haifa, Israel

Andrey Teplinsky has been a great blessing in Finland; teaching about God’s plan and promises for His people. We are immensely grateful for his good, constructive and very timely teachings. His prophetic proclamation is fresh and what our people need today.

Let our cooperation continue!

Mari Palomaki

Fida International

Andrey Teplinsky proposes to see the destiny of the Jewish people not through the prism of our human perspective, but through the light of the loving heart of the Sovereign and Unchanging God.

Vitaly Arkhipkin

Bishop of the Moscow Region
of the Church of God, Russia