Each year, two deserving students are awarded the Paul Liberman Messianic Jewish Studies Scholarship who are enrolled in an approved Messianic Jewish Studies (MJS) program. In our last issue, we profiled the first recipient Matthew Temple. This is a profile of Jared Eaton, the second of the two winners this year. Eaton grew up in […]
The Alliance for Israel Advocacy (AIA) suffered two major setbacks this November in their ongoing efforts to support and publicize Israel’s Biblical claim to inhabit the Land. First, the Democratic Party—widely considered to be much less supportive of Israeli causes—regained the U.S. House majority after the November midterm elections. The second setback, and perhaps the […]
Raised in a Jewish home, within the Washington, D.C. area, Dennis Karp knew the meaning of the Sabbath and the reverent time set apart to honor that almost 25 hour holy-day. Each Friday night and Saturday morning Dennis and his family became involved in their Synagogue. Dennis also attended the Jewish holy-day services and was […]
Sar Shalom Center, home to Sar Shalom Messianic Congregation in North Central Ohio, hosted Israeli Knesset Deputy Speaker Hilik Bar on October 6, 2018, for a “Stand with Israel” event in honor of the 70th anniversary of Israel’s rebirth. Knesset Deputy Speaker Lauds Ohio. As second in charge of the 120-member Israeli parliament, Deputy Speaker […]
The MJBI banquet commenced with the blast of the shofar, followed by Israeli believer, Ron Cantor, wel- coming the guests and ushering in the evening celebrating the work of MJBI through ministry updates and showcasing the educational work accomplished throughout the world. Guests were also treated to an extraordinary evening of fellowship with like-minded supporters […]
It was Yom Kippur day October 6, 1973, and I was on my way to the municipal synagogue in Herzliya, Israel when I noticed the buzz of small private planes flying over my head. This was very strange as no one drove on this most sacred day of the year in Israel let alone flew […]
Happy New Year! We are about to celebrate the Jewish year of 5779, which is believed to be the time since
the creation of the earth, calculated by rabbis who added up the ages of everybody mentioned in the Old Testament. As mentioned above the holiday which begins on the first day of Tishre occurs at the beginning of the seventh month of the year as ordained by G-d through Moses, and not the first, which is Nisan. The date changes each year on the Gregorian or Civil calendar because of the vagaries of the Jewish religious calendar which operates both according to the phases of the moon and to the movement of the sun around the earth.
This summer, Jerusalem was the universal focus of activity as it celebrated its 70th Anniversary. The U.S. Embassy also moved its
headquarters to Jerusalem, and therefore numerous festivities took place in Jerusalem and throughout the nation of Israel. As these joyful celebrations occurred, the forty-five year old ministry, Jews for Jesus made sure it was not left out of these historical occasions as it culminated its eighteen year old “Behold Your G-d Campaign” in Jerusalem, the city Yeshua lamented over and loved.
Jewish entrepreneurs first arrived in The City by the Bay in the midst of the Gold Rush and they continue to impact the development of many cultural and philanthropic institutions. Take a visit to The Contemporary Jewish Museum, located in the Mission, and enjoy a delicious pastrami sandwich in Wise Sons Deli on your way out…
f you care deeply about Israel, you’ll want to know the latest that the Alliance for Israel Advocacy (AIA) has been doing to promote legislation that would award funds to West Bank Palestinians to voluntarily emigrate for better economic opportunities in other countries.