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It’s Time for a Change

Approximately, two million Christians visit Israel each year. They tour the areas where Jesus ministered. They bring hundreds of millions of dollars into Israel every year. Many significant Christian leaders are welcomed with open arms by the government. Some even receive a private reception with the Prime Minister. There’s actually…

Past, Present and Future

Have you ever done something so awful that it stings when you remember it? The memory of it brings your head down low and it becomes a wave of shame. When I think of Rahab, that is what I imagine she must have felt. In this month’s Torah portions, we…

Miracle Nation

The modern state of Israel is a young country born merely 69 years ago. It is a small nation with approximately 8.5 million people in an area the size of New Jersey that has been plagued with conflict, war and terrorism even prior to becoming a state, and certainly since…

Remembering The Future

    Abraham had this awesome habit. Whenever God gave him a promise or did something remarkable in his life, Abraham made sure he would remember it. He did this several times throughout the Biblical narrative. We can even see this habit carried on as we make our way through the…

Messianic Matchmaking

As I write this blogpost, I am in the middle of a day our congregation has dedicated to pray for marriages—and potential marriages. It’s part of a week of focused prayer. Don’t get me wrong. We’re not spending the whole week praying for marriages, although it wouldn’t hurt. Other days…

Joy in Nurturing

Summer is finally here. What better way to spend your summer than going outside!  For our family, this means barbeques, riding bikes and tending to our garden. However, the focus of our outdoor time is to finally be able to live without any interruptions. When there are no interruptions (ipads,…

Maiyim Chaim - Living Water

During Sukkot and in particular on Hoshanah Rabbah (1) - (Hoshanah Rabbah being the final day of Sukkot and according to tradition the day when we cry out to HaShem to pour out rain upon Eretz Yisrael) -  Yeshua made the following declaration:37 Now on the last day of the…

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