With events like the ARCH Leadership Summit and youth-led conferences, we’re in a season in which young adults are being prepared to step into leadership positions across the Messianic movement. Four of these young people share their visions for the upcoming year.
1) What are the top two resolutions that the Messianic community as a whole should aim to achieve in 2016?
2) Why do you think these are important issues to address?
3) How will the Messianic Movement look different once these goals are accomplished?
4) How can the youth play an active role in achieving these goals?
For any believer, going to Israel is an amazing experience. For a young Jewish believer, it is a homecoming––to a place their eyes have never seen but that their heart belong to.
www.charismanews.com May 8, 2015 Maoz Israel Staff
Twenty-year-old Shai has a very unusual and wistful sound. And the songs she writes are top of the line! Bottom line, she appeals to youth!
Shoresh David Messianic Synagogue in Tampa, Florida will be holding a youth-led service on Saturday, January 31 beginning at 11 a.m. with special musical guest Hazakim.
www.charismanews.com January 13, 2015 Ron Cantor from Messiah's Mandate
The symbolism is powerful. For eight days in December, we take one candle called the servant candle and light eight other candles. In the same way, Yeshua came as a servant and gave us light.
It has changed my life forever! That's how I would describe the feeling of the presence of HaShem. Despite all the thousands of prayers I had prayed or the countless times I had read the same few chapters of the Bible. Despite the fact that I had grown up reading the Bible and knowing that God was indeed real! Despite all this, I feel that I did not truly know, trust and believe in God until this year. How is it that you didn't know Him even though for eighteen years you had learned about Him?
On Friday, April 19, the youth from Kiev Jewish Messianic Congregation (KJMC) was invited to Irpen Bible Church to perform a Pesach Seder.
Much of the modern Messianic movement came together through the organic gatherings of Jewish believers in the 1970s. The relationships that began in fields with a few guitars by a generation of hippies eventually blossomed into the outreach, mission and fellowship organizations that many of us know today. These gatherings grew into organized conferences, where Jewish believers from all over the country could interact.
Presently, conferences are held all over the world to further cultivate a global community. The programs at these events usually include teachings, dance lessons, music concerts and social activities. But most importantly, these conferences become a premium destination for young people looking to meet others with similar lifestyles and interests.