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How We’re Caring for Holocaust Survivors
Growing up with her mother, a Holocaust survivor, Kata saw firsthand the deep needs of this population. Kata was determined to befriend, love, and serve this population in Budapest, where she lives. Read more about how Kata and her team are caring for survivors.Read ›
The Passover Symbols and Their Messianic Significance
At every Seder, the Passover symbols help to retell the story of liberation from Egypt and point to God’s long-term redemption plan. But a closer look at the symbols is an opportunity to see Yeshua's death, resurrection, and return in light of this age-old celebration.Read ›
I'm a Gentile Christian. Should I Keep the Torah?
The more Christians come to understand the Jewish context of their faith, the more aware they become of how much Christianity has evolved. In an effort to reconcile this, some begin to wonder if they should be keeping the Torah. But what does the Bible have to say about this?Read ›
I’m a Messianic Jew. Should I Keep the Torah?
Not only do we reject the stereotype that Jewish people cannot be followers of Yeshua,, but we believe that both identities be embraced and enhance one another in a beautiful spiritual harmony. What does it look like to be a Jewish follower of Jesus and also value your rituals and heritage?Read ›
Why Many Jewish People Think Christianity Is Anti-Semitic
The church and the Jewish people have history together has caused Jesus to be misrepresented to his own people for a long time. This causes many Jewish people today to believe that being Christian means being anti-Semitic. But Jewish faith in Jesus is not a stripping of our identity; rather, it is a affirmation of it.Read ›
Jews for Jesus Takeaways: a Companion to Barna’s Jewish Millennials —The Beliefs & Behaviors Shaping Young Jews in America
Introduction This bonus chapter to Jewish Millennials: The Beliefs and Behaviors Shaping Young Jews in America is written for practitioners…Read ›
Last Supper a Passover Seder?
The Last Supper has resulted in a growing number of Christians interested in the Passover Seder, generating controversy within the Jewish community. However, we find a key fulfillment of Jewish hope in the way both Jesus and his followers celebrate Passover.Read ›
Lag BaOmer – A great day for a Messianic wedding!
Growing up in a Messianic Jewish family, I knew all about Passover, Hanukkah, Purim and Sukkot. But I didn’t hear about Lag B’Omer until I moved to New York City and took a Hebrew class. There I learned that for many religious Jews this holiday holds deep significance.Read ›