What do Jesus and a 20th century rabbi have in common? Dr. Michael Brown joins Rabbi Jonathan Bernis to share his fascinating study presented in his latest book, “Resurrection.” You’ll hear the story of how a small, conservative Orthodox Jewish community birthed what today is referred to as the most influential Jewish movement in the world. Dr Brown discusses similarities and key differences between the movements ignited by Jesus and a rabbi from Brooklyn, NY
Do you ever feel exhausted, alone, or maybe stuck in a bad situation? This was precisely where Jacob found himself, and he trusted God to give him the strength that he needed to make it through. Ezra Benjamin joins Jonathan Bernis with this important story from Genesis 32 to offer you strength today. Discover the redemptive power than can only come from the God of the universe. Learn how, through your struggles, you can trust God and receive His strength to move beyond hopelessness to find victory.
You have a unique purpose that no one else can fulfill. Like in Abraham’s life, it will require dependence on God to accomplish it. Join Jonathan and Ezra as they share an inspiring message from Genesis chapter 12, where God posed a daunting challenge to Abraham. You’ll see how his life is a lesson on how to trust God day by day. You’ll also learn why Abraham is called the “father of the Jewish people” and where the term “children of Israel” came from. If you are a follower of Yeshua, you are a spiritual son or daughter of Abraham. You, through the Messiah, have a rich heritage and blessing that comes through this man of God.
January 03, 2020
Over the past 35 years, God has given me the opportunity to travel from one end of the globe to the other — to country after country, proclaiming the name of Yeshua (Jesus) to the Jewish people and their neighbors. And one thing I’ve learned in all my travels is … it’s critical to be prepared: whether it’s logistics and itineraries, what to pack or even spiritual preparation. Even our Jewish Voice Medical Outreach volunteers spend a great deal of time praying and fasting before their trip....Read More
August 28, 2018
“Search me, O God, and know my heart. Examine me, and know my anxious thoughts, and see if there be any offensive way within me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” ―Psalm 139:23‒24 At Rosh Hashanah (ROSHE Hah-SHAH-nah), Jewish people around the world spend time in reflection and repentance. The Jewish New Year offers the opportunity to examine our lives and our relationships with God. David laid his life open before God asking Him to search his heart and show him where he fell s...Read More
July 27, 2018
Prayers and blessings are fundamental to Jewish worship, and therefore to worship in Messianic Judaism as well. The Siddur (SID-dur), the Jewish prayer book, contains prayers and blessings used as liturgy in daily and special services at synagogue. Such liturgy is often misunderstood among Believers who may view standardized prayers as empty ritual. However, with any element of worship – whether prayer, song or Scripture reading – the liturgy is a tool to evoke worship. Worship occurs in the ...Read More
One of your favorite guests returns to inspire you about the treasures found in God’s Word. Daniah Greenberg, president of the Messianic Jewish Family Bible, discusses the Tree of Life Version of the Bible and what other translations leave out. Discover what you’ve been missing.
July 03, 2018
If you’re new to Messianic Judaism, you may be unfamiliar with many of the Hebrew words commonly used among Messianic Jews. We’ve put together a glossary of some words that will help you explore the beauty and richness that the Hebrew language and Jewish tradition can add to your New Testament faith. baruch (barr-OOKH) Baruch means “blessed.” Blessing God is an important part of Jewish and Messianic Jewish worship. Many blessings open with the phrase “Blessed are You, Lord our God, Ru...Read More
June 19, 2018
While the history of Jewish Believers in Yeshua (Jesus) is nearly 2,000 years old – dating to Yeshua’s first disciples – the modern Messianic Jewish movement (also commonly called Messianic Judaism) is relatively young. The modern Messianic movement has evolved through five specific periods of recent history.Read More