Eitan writes, "On a vibrantly beautiful Shabbat spring morning I am greeted at Netzer HaGalil Congregation with warm smiles and loving hugs. This fellowship was planted in Nazareth in 2004 by our own daughter congregation in Haifa, Shavei Tzion (Return to Zion)."
Eitan writes, "Let's face it. We all want to see God move in miraculous ways... How can it happen today? How can it happen in Eretz Yisrael, where skepticism regarding the possibility of Yeshua being the Messiah is still the norm?"
Eitan writes, "This phase of life that we call “the teenage years” is challenging in any 21st century culture–with its waves of sewage instantly available on every smartphone – but especially now for youth trying to live as disciples of Yeshua."
Eitan writes, "Twenty years is the minimum benchmark duration of one generation. A twenty-one year process came to fruition on December 3, 2016. That process began with the founding of the Tents of Mercy congregation."
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."
Eitan writes, "While many young Messianic Jews have been called to the Torah, why did this lad and his family choose such an unusual setting for his bar mitzvah?"
Eitan writes, "We want to invite you to join us for a short stint at the central global battlefront, here in Israel, for a week and a half of spiritual warfare, while at the same time we can get a chance to know each other as 'comrades in arms'."
Eitan writes, "Deep friendships are an essential portion of God's design for us, and a major segment of His architectural plan to build an eternal kingdom on earth."
Eitan writes, "It feels weird to look down at someone when they're kneeling before you in abject humility. In a Jerusalem conference I found myself in this position before a highly respected veteran Korean church leader. He was repenting for his country's callousness toward Jewish suffering, and passive anti-Semitism during and after the Holocaust."
Eitan and Guy write, "The task of Gentile Christians is not to convert Jews to another religion but to bring Israel to jealousy so that she can fulfill Isaiah 60 for God's glory."