Moti writes, "Both the Messianic community and our parents have an important role in designing the world’s perception of the child. There’s a culture war taking place. Messianic Israelis often feel trapped between the religious and secular systems."
Sandy writes, "Several feminist Knesset members have recently submitted a proposal to cancel the Committees. As a result, abortion has become an increasingly more popular topic in the media."
Cookie writes, "Bad habits seem to pass from generation to generation, and lack of patience and a calm spirit is right up there on the top of the list. How do we as parents and educators correct our children?"
Eric writes, "In these few words, we are introduced to the destructive power of words, the foundation for every murder that has ever been committed, and the reasoning behind the justification for all genocide, including the largely unrecognized genocide, known as abortion."
Sandy writes, "In order to obtain a government funded abortion in Israel, women must meet certain criteria. Yet, over 98% of those who apply for abortions are accepted."
Aaron writes, "I realized that I was making the same mistakes with my sons that my father had made with me, and I had to stop and think and pray about it. What I believe God was teaching me through these experiences was this."
"When sharing with others, we often have to make difficult decisions. One example that comes to mind this time of year is Christmas. Every year, we get tons of email asking about Christmas. People want to know if it is okay to celebrate this holiday with their families. After all, Christmas isn’t in the Bible."
K.J. writes, "How much are we like this? We think we need/want/must have something that is not so good, all the while missing the blessing that is right in front of us. When we remember to bless the LORD for what we have, our focus immediately shifts from wanting and coveting to blessing and thankfulness."
"I randomly came across the fact that yesterday Dec. 3, was International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Who knew there was such a day? I did not."
Eitan writes, "The influence of fathers (and mothers) on their children is incalculable... God's truth is incarnational. He became a man in order to convey to us who He is."