Jewish Voice Today Magazine

The Jewish Voice Today magazine offers you insightful, biblical perspectives on the Jewish roots of the Christian faith, current events in Israel, the Jewish people, Messianic Judaism, prophecy, End Times, and more. You’ll be encouraged and equipped by Rabbi Jonathan Bernis, members of our team, and respected authors theologians, and pastors.


Jewish Voice Connections Newsletter

Jewish Voice Connections is our quarterly newsletter focusing on outreach to the Jewish people. We highlight medical outreaches to the lost and scattered tribes of Israel living in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe, the Hear O’ Israel Festivals of Jewish Music & Dance in places like Ukraine, and ministry right here in the United States. The stories and testimonies of changed lives in each Connections spotlight some of the remarkable ways in which God is working among His chosen people today.


Jewish Voice Blog

Sukkot is the last of the three Fall Feasts and begins five days after Yom Kippur. The word Sukkot means “booths” or “tabernacles,” so the seven-day holiday is also known as the Feast of Booths and the Feast of Tabernacles. Sukkot is one of three pilgrimage feasts in which all physically able Jewish men traveled to Jerusalem to make their offerings. The holiday falls around the time of the year’s final harvest and is associated with the ingathering of crops and God’s provision for His people. Therefore, Sukkot is sometimes called the Feast of Ingathering. Sukkot is also a commemorative holiday in which God commanded the Jewish people to build and live in booths for seven days. These temporary structures consist of at least three side...


Messianic Writer's Contest

This collection of essays, articles and short stories represent the winners of Jewish Voice’s 2019 Writers Contest. With this contest, it was our hope to provide a platform for talented writers within the wider Messianic Jewish world to share their stories.