Shavuot & Redemption

Shavuot & Redemption by Moran Rosenblit This coming weekend, we are celebrating one of my favorite feasts in Israel, the Feast of Shavuot. Growing up in a Kibbutz (an Israeli agricultural commune), I have fond … Read More

Perspective

I just returned from a week in Uganda. One of the reasons we traveled to Uganda was to record three new chapters for our “Beyond the Headlines” series (click here to check it out) This … Read More

The Prophetic Passover Lamb

In honor of Passover, which begins Friday night at sundown, this week’s reading is the amazing story of Israel’s miraculous redemption from the hands of the Egyptians. There is so much I could write about … Read More

A Thought for Tu Bishvat

By: Netanel R. This week in Israel, we celebrate Tu Bishvat, a Jewish holiday that has its origins as the 4th of 4 new years that occur each year according to Jewish tradition—Tu Bishvat focuses … Read More

Sukkot: The Feast of Booths

Every year, at this time of the year, my family and I build a Sukkah (“booth”) on our patio. What is a Sukkah, you may ask? It is a small, boxy structure, built from either … Read More

Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement)

In this short article about Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement), I would like to share some thoughts about this special and important day. Yom Kippur is the most solemn day on the Hebrew calendar. … Read More

Yom Teru’ah: A Holy Convocation of Remembrance

M. Rosen The Lord’s appointed times, or mo’adim (מועדים), are unique commemorative gatherings that He gave to the children of Israel shortly after their exodus from Egypt.¹ Let’s review a few key points regarding the mo’adim … Read More