This past fall we experienced a thirty percent growth in the formation of new Torah Clubs, and that trend continues. We now have more than 700 clubs representing thousands of students. Servicing these clubs stretches our small staff to the limit. That’s why we need your help.
Torah Club is where disciples learn. It’s about understanding the Bible and finding fellowship. We want to spread the revelation of Messiah and His kingdom to the world. Torah Club accomplishes this by creating serious and intentional small-group studies where disciples of Jesus study the Bible from a Jewish perspective.
If God had said, take your son, your other son, Ishmael, whom you love, Abraham would have found the trial just as heartbreaking and difficult. The real test was not about Abraham’s affection for Isaac as much as it was a test of his faith in the promises of God.
Hareini Mekasher is a prayer we have composed from passages in the books of John, 2 Chronicles, 1 John, and Hebrews. Toby Janicki discusses the value and use of traditional Jewish prayer in the life of a believer and elaborates on the meaning of this declaration of connection to Yeshua the Messiah.
Paul Philip Levertoff, a Jewish believer from a Chasidic family with a classical, Yeshivah education, summarizes the complex, esoteric teachings of Chasidic Judaism for the purpose of comparison and contrast with apostolic theology. Pervaded by real spiritual beauty!
This book tells the story of one woman on a heroic mission in the Holy Land during the dangerous days of Israel’s War for Independence. Pauline Rose, a mother of the Messianic Jewish movement in Israel, tells the dramatic story of how she came to the holy city to ignite the Sabbath light of Messiah.
This issue of Messiah Journal contains the 2020 Malchut Conference lectures. In addition, we have published two other important articles titled “The Believer and Idol Foods” and an article titled “The Hope”, discusses eschatology and its importance in our path of discipleship.
As a disciple of Yeshua, I often wonder, what it is that makes a person a disciple. Is it going to a congregation regularly? Is it singing certain songs? Is it having certain friends or reading certain books? Isn’t there also stuff to avoid? What is it that makes a disciple, well, a disciple?
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