Yom Kippur: Atonement for a People

By: Moran Rosenblit We are in a season of some very special appointed times, which God appointed for the children of Israel. Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is the most solemn day on the Hebrew … Read More

Blow A Shofar in Zion

By Mali Rozen September 2022 Blow the shofar in Zion! Sound an alarm on My holy mountain! Let all living in the land tremble— for the day of Adonai is coming— surely it is near! Joel 2:1 (TLV) Wait…isn’t … Read More

Let Your Light Shine

By: Mali Rozen What significance does the Hanukkah holiday hold for followers of Messiah Yeshua? Surely, it is more than lighting candles for eight nights on a beautiful menorah (hanukkiah), and eating jelly-filled doughnuts! While … Read More

#Arab_Lives_Matter

by Mali Rozen Sukkot 5782 Sukkot is a time to remember our fellow person. During this season, we pause to remember not only God’s provision for the children of Israel after their redemption from Egypt, … Read More

Tabernacles Today; Tabernacles in the Future

by Bill Katz On September 20th, 2021, at sundown, the Jewish world will celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles, also known as Sukkot. Of all the Fall Feasts, this is the first one in which we … Read More

Why Does Yom Kippur Matter?

Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is the most solemn day on the Hebrew calendar.  It exists as a direct fulfillment of God’s command to the ancient, wandering Israelites after they were freed from slavery in … Read More

Rosh Hashanah and Repentance

By: Bill Katz For most people, the New Year is an opportunity for celebration.  Personally, I have always wondered if all the hoopla about this celebration has to do more with an opportunity to look … Read More

Esau’s Lineage of Hatred

by Mali Rozen The hatred of the Jewish people goes way back to a time when two brothers fought for a blessing. The history of Jacob and Esau’s troubled relationship has had ripple effects over … Read More

Hanukkah is not the Jewish Christmas

By: Bill Katz I must confess that I was not quite aware of Hanukkah until I came to the United States in 1985. Growing up in Argentina, the holidays I was mostly familiar with were … Read More