Arts & Entertainment
The Messianic Times Director, Rabbi Eric Tokajer, has released his first novel, "Transient Singularity."
The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for October is Patrick Gabriel Lumbroso's "Under the Fig Tree."
The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for September is Larry Johnson's "I Had a Little Dreidel." Throughout the month of September, online subscribers of The Messianic Times can read the first chapter of Larry Johnson's book for free.
The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for August is Rabbi Joshua Brumbach's "A Messianic Commentary: Jude."
The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for July is Rabbi Joel Liberman's "The Acts of the Emissaries."
The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for June is Rabbi Dr. David Friedman's "At the Feet of Rabbi Gamaliel." Throughout the month of June, online subscribers of The Messianic Times can read the first chapter of Rabbi Friedman's book for free.
McDonald communicates the urgency for investing into a relationship with God
MAITLAND, Fla., May 21, 2014
The Messianic Times' Book of the Month for May is Judy Salisbury's "The Conversation: An Intimate Journal of the Emmaus Encounter."
Looking for that one artist who can take you to new heights and "Breathe In" fresh air? Do you feel like you're losing "The Battle" and need a hand? Or perhaps you're simply searching for alternative ways to rejoice in God's "Amazing Love?"
Meet Isaac Faraco and the songs that highlight his band's music. Born and raised in the United States, he became a first-generation American among his native Brazilian family. Isaac's parents immigrated to Cambridge, Mass., in 1991 and shortly thereafter delivered him into a new world. He grew up in New Jersey and lived much of his childhood as a preacher's kid, as his father, Julio, pastored churches until Isaac was nine years old. At that time, Julio began researching their Jewish heritage and became enlightened to the his roots in Torah and Yeshua as the Jewish Messiah.