Community Blogs

Blog articles written by Israeli believers, and sometimes guest contributors from other countries, related to a variety of topics such as world events, Israeli politics, life in Israel, family and children, tourism, and biblical teachings.

Saved by the Law

Eric writes, "Yeshua followed the Torah to the letter in his actions. The truth is that this woman was saved by the Law."

New Year’s resolutions worth making

Aaron writes, "There’s two resolutions I’d like to suggest that we all make in the new calendar year, the first being to spend more time becoming familiar with the Word of God and the second to becoming more physically healthy and fit."

Living in the Holy City

"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."

Messiah has come!

Howard writes, " Praise God for the truth of Messiah being Jesus/Yeshus, and His plan and victory will prevail! Nations will continue to slide toward “coming against Jerusalem” — even if for now some governments are demonstrating support..."

My story of overcoming rejection

Ron writes, "This was my experience for a year and half. It began about two years after I came to Yeshua. And I needed it because I did not understand His gospel."

Unmerited grace

Moran writes, "In this week’s reading, Joseph reveals who he is to his brothers in a very moving account, which is recorded in Chapter 45. I would like to address two important points in this portion."

The greatest miracle of all happened during the Chanukkah – Christmas season

Richard writes, "Why is the Chanukkah and Christmas time a most wonderful time of the year?"

Whatever you did for one of the least of these

"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-ness in God’s lovestyle

Guy writes, "In 2 Timothy 4:1-8 Paul, knowing he was nearing the end of his life, spoke his last words to Timothy. This was his final instruction to his beloved disciple."

When out of order is really in order

Eric writes, "There are times when we are reading the Bible that we come a place where, in the middle of an event, it seems as if an unrelated story or series of verses appears within the text."