Eitan writes, "That which today impresses us as innovative, groundbreaking, new and exciting—will tomorrow be obsolete and worn out. This wakes me up."
Eitan writes, "One line always gets me in God’s conversation with Moses: “So, I have come down.” Here’s Moses, freaking out at a bush that won’t stop burning. Why shouldn’t he be?"
Eitan writes, "On a roof top overlooking the city that will receive Yeshua, under a moonlit Jerusalem sky, cooled by a strong summer breeze, a bereaved family gave whole-hearted praise to God."
Eitan writes, "What is the place of Messianic Jews in Israeli society? When a Jewish believer in Yeshua applies to become an Israel citizen under the “Law of Return,” is he or she received as any other Jewish person returning to our biblical homeland?"
Eitan writes, "Regardless of what you think of former Israeli President Shimon Peres’ politics, his life story is a parable of the rebirth and the flourishing of modern Israel."
Eitan writes, "Deep down every one of us needs affirmation of who we are on the inside. If we are honest, there is an essential longing to be valued, esteemed, accepted, appreciated and loved."
Eitan writes, "Constantly in the news, grabbing headlines out of all proportion to her land mass or population, Israel seems to provoke an emotional response - either deep respect or deadly hatred."
Eitan writes, "The Scriptures are not silent on the meaning and value of our "sunset years". In fact, there are clear clues for living richly even as our physique might be sagging."
Eitan writes, "While the meteorological winds bring shifts in season, geopolitical winds bring shifts in the climate of nations. Without question, we are living in times of shifting relationship among countries. One example is the recent thaw between Israel and Saudi Arabia. 'Who'd a thunk it?'"
Eitan writes, "Knowing that an initial declaration of faith must be followed by a walk of devoted discipleship, we took as our theme Yeshua’s enduring invitation, "Follow me"."