A Portrait of Messianic Jews

Someone once perceptively said, “Statistics are human beings with the tears wiped off.”

Movie Review: Flipping Out

Review of a 2008 documentary about Israelis who travel to India, get involved with the drug scene, and “flip out.”

To whom does the Prophet Refer?

Aaron Trank’s conclusions may surprise some. But what does the text itself say? There are in fact valid reasons to see applications of Isaiah 53 to Israel as well as to the Messiah. First, Isaiah often identifies the servant as Israel, yet in some way as apart...

Marc Chagall and Jesus

Marc Chagall’s extensive repertoire of artwork, in which Jesus and the crucifixion is the central subject, assuredly begs the question: “What’s a nice Jewish boy like you doing painting a nice Jewish boy like him?” The artist’s...

Jesus and Jewish Suffering: a Perspective from Paris

If one were to give a hard and honest look at the heritage of Israel’s heroes, one would be forced to concede that it is not a triumphant past. Moses, at his apogee, came down from a holy mountain experience only to be “welcomed” by collective and...

Jesus and Jewish Suffering: an Israeli Perspective

Suffering is international and cross-cultural. It is something that unites all human beings, because we all experience it at one point or another. Therefore, suffering is not specifically Jewish—although in Jewish history there has been a great deal of suffering. My...

Bulletin Board

Check out this summer’s opportunities— To participate or for more information, contact: [email protected] The Americas New York City Campaign: June 29–July 26 — http://j4j.co/nyswc Brazil World Cup Outreach: June 13–July 12 Halutzim (ages 16-18): July 13–26 —...

The Innocent Victim

For Jews in some parts of the world, suffering has been an especially intimate part of life.Havurah asked three Jewish believers, from Eastern Europe, France, and Israel, to reflect on Jesus and Jewish suffering. Judit believes in the existence of sin. She’s...

Havurah Round Table

Havurah posed the following urgent questions to four individuals—three Jewish, one (Galen Peterson) gentile. All four have been involved in dialoguing with those whose positions on crucial issues sometimes differ greatly from their own, especially regarding...

Review: Through My Enemy’s Eyes

As its title suggests, Through My Enemy’s Eyes: Envisioning Reconciliation in Israel-Palestine, promotes empathy as the virtue necessary for peace. Called to love their enemy by their Messiah, Israeli Messianic Jews and Palestinian Christians are best suited to...

Bulletin Board

Reconcile Yourself to These! Camp Gilgal Wonderful Winter Weekend. It’s like summer camp without the mosquitoes! Southern California, Jan. 31–Feb. 2, 2014 Northern California, Feb. 14–16, 2014 And now’s the time to consider: New York City Summer Witnessing...

From Generation to Generation: A Tale of Two Kings

From Generation to Generation: A Tale of Two Kings
by Aaron Trank

Forty years ago the world of Jewish missions was altered forever. That was when Moishe Rosen incorporated Hineni Ministries in San Francisco and began reaching out to the Jewish community with the gospel under the slogan: "Jews for Jesus."

Havurah Interview: Rabbi Michael Robert Wolf

By now you may have heard about the full-length movie, The Sound of the Spirit, directed by Messianic Rabbi Michael Robert Wolf of Beth Messiah Congregation, Cincinnati, OH (www.bethmessiah.net). The film is an exploration of what happens when a bat-mitzvah age Messianic Jewish girl, having lost both parents, goes to live with non-believing Jewish relatives. Rivka, the protagonist, is played in a stunning performance by Anna Lasbury.

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