Podcast: Pentecost and the Connection to Jerusalem

Shavuot, also known as Pentecost, is a Jewish holiday that started at Mt. Sinai. Although more obscure than some of the other biblical holidays, Shavuot has a depth that should be known and celebrated by all Bible believers. On today’s podcast, we interview Moshe Kempinksi, a shop owner in the Old City of Jerusalem. You... Read MoreRead More

In One Accord in One Place

In One Accord in One Place by Luke Hilton  Many Christians are familiar with the feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot as it is more commonly known in Israel. Many of you have probably celebrated a Passover seder before as well, and are appreciative of the beautiful significance that it brought to your faith. Many, however,... Read MoreRead More

Don’t Ignore History, Relationships are On the Line

We can’t Ignore History. It Matters Relationally (updated May 20th, 2020) By Zac Waller An Apology In my recent article titled “We can’t ignore History. It Matters Relationally”, I made an effort to educate Christians about the sensitivities surrounding relationships with Orthodox Jews. We have worked with these precious people for over 15 years. I... Read MoreRead More

Rabbi Abba & the Vineyards of Israel

Israel declared statehood 72 years ago on May 14th, the very same day as the recording of this show. On this day, in 2020, the largest coalition government in Israel’s history is being sworn in. Rabbi Abba, who lived nearly 2,000 years ago, said that there is no more manifest sign of redemption than what... Read MoreRead More

Do you want to sing the hymns Yeshua sang?

Hallel Psalms Album Original Israel Inspired Music Have you noticed that in today’s world of music, there is a lack of modern Hebrew/English music that is written straight from the Scriptures? Have you had a hard time finding an effective method for memorizing Scripture? Introducing the Hallel Psalms album, Psalms 113 through 118. In an... Read MoreRead More