Ron writes, "As we get closer to the next Christ at the Checkpoint conference, a conference dedicated to convincing people that Israel is an illegitimate, oppressive and unbiblical nation, it is important to take a fresh look at their claims, that the New Testament changes the land promises to Israel."
Ron writes, "Now the competition begins. But Tslil’s focus is not on winning fame and fortune, but spreading the name of Yeshua. Keep her protected in your prayers."
Ron writes, "Recently, it was announced that Hamas and the Palestinian Authority are back together…again! They’ve buried the (blood-stained) hatchet. But can this really work?"
This week the Israeli Judo team traveled to hostile territory in the United Arab Emirates. The UAE is considered to be more modern and moderate than other Arab nations, but make no mistake—there is rabid anti-Semitism.
Ron writes, "You must forgive me for the title of this blog, but I am just keeping it real! I mean, when your Israeli taxi driver has a revelation and exclaims biblical truth with joy that he has never known, it doesn’t always come out the way you might expect."
Did you know that the Talmud, one of Judaism’s most sacred documents, indirectly proves that Yeshua was the final sacrifice for sins? Quick note: In...
Ron writes, "One of my mentors often says he does not like armchair prophets. An armchair prophet is somebody who prophesies after the fact. What do I mean? It’s too easy to say after a tragedy that it was judgment from God."
Ron interviews Wayne Hilsden, co-founder of King of Kings Community Jerusalem.
Ron writes, "Last week, a lot of folks asked me if it was true that Israel refused to allow two fully Jewish, Messianic Jewish Israelis to get married because of their faith. There was a news report out of the Jerusalem Post that mentioned the two went to our congregation, Tiferet Yeshua. Is it true? Yes…and no."
Ron writes, "Against all odds, Donald Trump became President. He won big in the electoral college. Which caused me to wonder, Does God have a plan here?"