"The bible becomes visual while reading it in the Land of Israel. It is truly amazing and I hope you get to experience it. But, while visuals help, the really ‘coming alive’ is in our hearts, and that can happen anywhere."
"In this week’s Torah portion we continue reading in Exodus. It is the famous story of Moses and his brother Aaron who repeatedly kept asking the Pharaoh to let the people go."
"And while there continues to be traffic in the Holy city, my commute has become a whole lot better, because God used someone else to help change me."
"We want to bless these families by helping them with their very real needs. We want them to know that we care and reassure them that they are not alone. But most of all, we hope that we get to show them the love of the Messiah."
"One of my favorite things to do during Chanukah is taking a walk in the “older’ neighborhoods of Jerusalem. One of the customs is to put the Chanukah lights in a place where it is visible to those who pass by."
"Unlike most of the other prophets Obadiah doesn’t encourage the people to repent. He brings his message as a matter of fact."
"I don’t know about you but the part that caught my attention in this part of scripture was that we can not make one hair white or black."
"I was recently struggling with a situation that made me feel desperate to hear from the One who could see further down the road than I could. I felt like a soldier who needed specific instructions from the commander detailing what I should do and how I should do it."
"If you have swallowed the lies of the enemy about who you are, I encourage you to face that lie with God’s truth and trust Him to give you the courage to see yourself through His eyes."
"There are many different forms of leadership, and there are many motivations for wanting to become a leader."