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What Am I?

November 10, 2022

Bible Reading is More Exciting than Ever with the New Jewish Voice Study Bible

August 15, 2022

Have you ever been reading your Bible when questions about the text pop into your mind?  What does an ephah of grain amount to? What was life like in Bible times for a widow without means? What about for a shepherd in the desert or a midwife in Egypt? What does a shekel equal in dollars? What went on in the centuries between the Old and New Testaments? Where is Jericho in relation to Jerusalem?

Read, Reflect, Repeat

August 15, 2022

Gil Kaplan – At Home with the Lord

June 13, 2022
Profound. Mature. Thorough and challenging. Those words describe the faithful and diligent teaching of Gil Kaplan. Perhaps even more moving are the words used to recount the nature of this man of truth: Humble. Genuine. Encouraging.

You Asked: Is there a place for Gentile Believers in Messianic Judaism? Should we be observing Jewish Feast days?

March 07, 2022

In answering this question, it’s appropriate to first point out that, while some Christians view the Old Testament as obsolete and irrelevant to their faith in Jesus, it is still the Word of God – and Paul tells us in 2 Timothy 3:16 that all Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for us. In addition, the New Testament’s account of Messiah’s coming, teachings, redemptive work, and future return rest essentially on the foundation God laid in the Old Testament.

Putting Feet to Your Heart: Practical Ways Believers Can Support the Jewish People

March 07, 2022

Passover Day 8 – Saved to Glorify God

April 03, 2021
The word glorify has several related meanings. One indicates that when we glorify God, we worship or praise Him. Another meaning is to reveal God as glorious. Yet another definition of glorifying is to light up or shine.

Passover Day 7 – Saved to a New Life

April 02, 2021

Passover Day 6 – Saved to Follow

April 01, 2021

Passover Day 5 – Saved to be God’s Own

March 31, 2021
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