We want to have honest conversations with open-minded Jewish people about issues that deeply affect our people and how these issues relate to Jesus.
What Is Shalom: The True Meaning
What is that very elusive quality we call shalom? For it means different things to different people. The ancient Hebrew concept of peace, is rooted in the word "shalom," meant wholeness, completeness, soundness, health, safety and prosperity, carrying with it the implication of permanence.Read ›
This Orthodox Jewish Psychotherapist Couldn’t Believe His Eyes…
Hans handed Rich the Bible. “In that millisecond,” Rich recalls, “my life was shattered. The name that I saw at the top of the page was Isaiah! Hans had been reading to me from MY Bible, from my Hebrew Scriptures, and I felt as though someone had taken a sword and cut me to pieces.”Read ›
Truth is the Most Important Thing You’ll Do
Hearing the truth can hurt. We admit it jestingly, but the old axiom has more meaning than most people want to know. When the truth hurts, one must choose either to endure pain or avoid truth—a distressing choice. What does this mean when we apply it to a spiritual reality?Read ›
A Jewish View of the Trinity Based on the Hebrew Scriptures
It is an all-too-common assumption that the concept of the Trinity is a purely Christian idea. But the idea of a God being a three-in-one unity actually has its roots in foundational Judaism and in the Hebrew Scriptures. This article will reveal how the Hebrew language and scriptural evidence point to a triune Godhead.Read ›
True, Trustworthy and Relevant: Does the Bible Prove Itself?
The Bible is not only interesting, helpful and relevant: it is true. Keep reading to see the proof - historical, geological, and more!Read ›
The Messianic Time Table According to Daniel the Prophet
More than any other book of the Hebrew Scriptures, the writings of the prophet Daniel confront us with evidence of the time of Messiah's coming.Read ›
Who's the Subject of Isaiah 53? You Decide!
Isaiah 53 has been a controversial passage within the Jewish community for centuries—some think it speaks of the Messiah, others think it’s about Israel, and some ignore it altogether. But, there are still Jewish people who see Yeshua as the Messiah prophesied in this passage.Read ›
Why Aren't Messianic Jews Accepted by the Jewish Community?
For 2000 years, Jewish community leaders have continued this tradition of excluding Messianic Jews. Despite the celebrated pluralism of today's Jewish community, there remain tens of thousands of men and women, born of Jewish parents, who are being excluded from the rest.Read ›
The Healing: Jeff and Lisa’s Story
The doctor had already come in that morning to tell me about the cancer. I got emotional and cried. But I was already prepared by the time Jeff came in. Then Jeff told me that he had received Jesus as his Messiah, and that God told him I was going to be okay. And I felt pretty confident that I would be.Read ›
Why Are the Jewish People Called the "Chosen People?"
When God in the Hebrew Scriptures refers to the Jewish people as chosen, he's saying that he selected them to serve a specific purpose and to carry out a particular task. So what is it we were set apart to do?Read ›
Spiritual Secrets? A Messianic Jew Reflects on Kabbalah
When the crowd asked Jesus one day, “What must we do, to be doing the works of God?” he answered, “This is the work of God, that you believe in him whom he has sent” (John 6:28–29). And who is the one God has sent? Yeshua.Read ›