Tzippe writes, "Of all the biblical feasts, Passover, or Pesach, is uniquely significant for Jews and non-Jews alike. God instructed the Jewish people to retell this story throughout their generations."
Orna writes, "We have deviated from God’s original command, and instead of meeting Him during this feast and learning more about Him, we turned it mostly into a social event. Why have we deviated so far from God’s original plan for this feast?"
K.J. writes, "The days of preparation are unlike like anything I have ever experienced. There is a national surge of joy, optimism, and frenzy."
Aaron writes, "It was just about the most fun I ever had, almost like a two-year working vacation. I learned a lot about all aspects of the history, culture, geography etc. of this country. But one of the most important lessons I learned was about the Church of Jesus Christ."
Tammy writes, "In 2015, I decided to do something different with my second Jerusalem half marathon: Not only pray for the city during my run, but also to take action. I opted to run for a cause..."
Eric writes, "You see, we must understand that sometimes the best thing that can happen to someone is what we in our humanity believe to be the worst possible thing for us."
Moti writes, "A few days ago, a friend of mine from the congregation called me up and said that he had spoken to an ultra-Orthodox Jew named Moses about Yeshua, and that he agreed to read from the New Testament. It sounded weird to me..."
Orna writes, "I know… there are end time prophecies. There are still difficult and painful days to come. But in the meantime, I will try and do with a bit of satisfaction."
Angela writes, "Hands down, one of my favorite Bible stories is of the Good Samaritan... Last month, I read an amazing story about some modern-day Good Samaritans."
Baruch writes, "I was praying with a brother. We often come together to pray, intercede, soak in the lovely presence of Yeshua... I felt the Lord say, 'Do you want to know what I have up my sleeve?'"