Jamie writes, "Now, the self-proclaimed deal making president is about to launch another attempt. Unlike previous presidents, this one could actually do serious damage."
Jamie writes, "Being exceptional means exhibiting traits and treating others in ways that others desire to emulate. As followers of Yeshua, when we do these things, it brings glory to God. For nations that have been called by God, it means acting in ways that lead to a better world."
Jamie writes, "For the second year in a row I was invited to a reconciliation conference between Israeli Messianic Jews and Palestinian Christians... The purpose this year was to listen to one another’s stories with the hope of building relationships and even working together on projects."
Jamie writes, "The US has reliably, but not always, vetoed such UN resolutions critical of Israel. What happened this time? What are the repercussions? To begin we turn to the Bible."
Jamie gives a teaching "Conflict resolution" from the weekly Torah portion Vayishlach, Genesis 32:4-36:43.
Jamie gives a teaching "Everyone is born a character" on the weekly Torah reading "Toldot", Genesis 25:19-28:9.
Jamie writes, "Today, unverified accusations and information flood the internet, and sadly many people adopt such views simply because they buttress their own biases and predilections."
Jamie Cowen gives a teaching "Isaac's match" from the weekly Torah portion "Chayei Sarah", Genesis 23:1- 25:18.
Jamie writes, "Rather than endorsing political candidates, a religious leader should instruct his constituents to examine candidates’ characters, experience and policies and then seek the Lord for guidance as to how to vote."
Jamie Cowen gives a teaching from the weekly Torah portion "Lech L'cha" (Genesis 12:1-17:27).