messianic unity

The Language of Prayer, Proclamation and Praise
February 27, 2017

Diverse languages, once a curse, are now a blessing. Read this month’s reflections by David Brickner, executive director of Jews for Jesus.

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Havurah Interview: Paul Liberman
July 8, 2013

Paul Liberman has been a Jewish believer in Yeshua since 1971. He has had extensive leadership involvement with the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America, for which he currently serves as president, the International Messianic Jewish Alliance, and Messianic congregations in the U.S. and Israel. He has served as publisher of The Messianic Times and is […]

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Jews in the Grass

Grassroots 2013 was an event that almost was not. A self-proclaimed “nonference” (“it’s not a conference”), Grassroots curates interaction between 80–100 young Jewish believers, with an emphasis on Messianic leadership. I attended my first nonference in August 2012 after the Asheville Music Festival, Grassroots’ auditory offspring. Grassroots was to conclude at that concert, yet it […]

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Messianic Unity-Is It Finally Happening?
Author: Aaron Trank

This past April, thirty-one key leaders in the Messianic movement convened in an upper room in Dallas, Texas. Each of us, representing a broad spectrum of congregations and missions, had taken time out of our busy schedules to attend a “Fireside Chat” that would last less than eight hours. Most of those in the room […]

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It Takes a Branch
August 1, 2007
Author: Lynn McCoy

Rachel is a college student at a local university here in D.C. She called our office to explain that she had decided to write about Jews for Jesus for her journalism course. She wanted to attend one of our events that week to observe us as research for her paper. Rachel didn’t have a car, […]

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Irreconcilable Differences? part 1
April 1, 2005

Given the polar opinions regarding Some Messianic Jews Say Messianic Judaism is Not Christianity: A Loving Call to Unity” we thought we’d present two reviews of Stan Telchin’s new book from two of our staff members. part 1 by Jhan Moskowitz | part 2 by Rich Robinson The adage, “You can’t judge a book by its cover” may […]

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Irreconcilable Differences? part 2
Author: Rich Robinson

Given the polar opinions regarding Some Messianic Jews Say Messianic Judaism is Not Christianity: A Loving Call to Unity” we thought we’d present two reviews of Stan Telchin’s new book from two of our staff members. part 1 by Jhan Moskowitz | part 2 by Rich Robinson Stan Telchin—in his usual pastorly fashion—is responding to what he sees […]

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Generations and Generations and Generations
August 1, 2000
Author: Josh Sofaer

It’s 3:00 a.m. I’m sitting in a Jewish deli in New York City, eating blintzes with three high school-aged, second-generation Jewish believers. They are all on Halutzim, a teen mission trip I lead each summer, and we are in one of the most compelling conversations I’ve ever had. We’d been talking since 10:00 p.m. about […]

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An Old Command
January 1, 1998
Author: Stephen Katz

Havurah. It’s a good title for a messianic publication, don’t you think? After all, the word means company, band or group.” In fact, in Hebrew, the root of the word is used to make other words like “join together, friend, member, society, partner and gang.” We who are Jewish and believe in Yeshua belong to […]

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Mishpochah Matters: Speaking Frankly to God’s People
September 1, 1997
Author: Murray Tilles

David Brickner. San Francisco: Purple Pomegranate Productions, 1996. 159 pages. $6.95, paper. Purchase this book online. “Who am I?” “What am I?” “Where do I go from here?” These are questions common to new Christians who are seeking to understand the implications of their life of faith. For Jewish followers of Jesus, the questions are […]

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A Messianic Progress Report
March 1, 1988
Author: Mitch Glaser

These are exciting days for Jewish believers in Jesus…perhaps the most exciting since the first century! The Messianic movement has made tremendous headway in dispelling the myth that developed—the myth that Jews cannot believe in Jesus. The dynamic growth which has taken place in the last twenty years is not merely the work of gifted […]

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