Ron writes, "Last week was an amazing week. It all started several months ago when two Israeli believers were inspired by YouTube videos of Todd White."
Jamie writes, "Now, whether applying for immigration to Israel questions are asked whether the applicant is a Messianic Jew or attends a Messianic Jewish congregation. If they answer yes, they are blocked from immigrating... It is shocking discrimination."
Shimon writes, "Life in Israel is always filled with adventure: unexpected beauty, belly laughs, and the more than occasional sense of danger... War and rumors of wars are part of our daily life, but we are resilient in a way that refuses to let such chaos interfere too greatly."
Daniel writes, "For the last few years, I have been trying to grasp why it is that so many young people in the West are being lost from our faith. This is also happening in Messianic Judaism, and to a degree also in Israel."
Aaron writes, "If you forget everything else you read here, remember this one thing. If you spend more time talking about how you’re “not Christian” than you do talking about how the Lord died to redeem you from your sins, then you’re doing it wrong."
Tamar writes, "I would like to share with you what I've gleaned from that conversation. It is imperative to any Jewish believer in Yeshua to know the tactics that anti-missionaries use to plant seeds of doubt..."
Carolyn writes, "Recently I was led to read the story of Samson and Delilah so I was a bit on guard that day, since the message is one of betrayal. Later, while hitchhiking to Tsfat, an elderly Chabbad rabbi pulled over to pick me up..."
Baruch writes, "Did you know that the problem of pornography affects not only new or "weak" believers but also mature disciples and leaders in both the global and local body?"
K.J. writes, "It wasn't altogether surprising to discover that after having lived and worked as a teacher for sixteen years in this place, that I didn't actually have a license."
Lea writes, "Not a few Messianic Jews in Israel today have encountered discrimination and injustice from individuals in society, the media, or the government. For this article, Israeli newspaper articles from 1979 until 2016 were analyzed with the focus on the depiction of believers in the media."