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Netivah youth ministry has launched a new YouTube series called "Mamash Po" [Right Here]. In each episode, Joel Goldberg stands in a place where something significant in the Bible occurred, gives a teaching relevant to the site and then a short spiritual conclusion.
Elhanan writes, "The Creator creates reality. And for the same reason that our bodies in which we now live were created, that we may experience - touch, taste, smell, hear and feel, and to express love one for another in a real way, forever."
Rick writes, "The Lord Most High, the Lord God of the Bible, the Lord God of Israel is the only one who always wins at four dimensional chess. Here are some things I have received in prayer as we have been seeking to “discern the times” (Matthew 16:3)."
Crecí en un hogar latino en el que la comida era fundamental para nuestro hogar. Ninguna celebración se llevó a cabo sin grandes cantidades...
Eric writes, "As believers in Yeshua, it is our commission to spread the word of this Good News to every creature - to the Jew first and also to the Greek. The message of Yeshua’s perfect atonement is the reason that we, as G-D’s lambs, should never be silent."
Right on the heels of Rosh HaShana, and as we approach Judaism’s most solemn holiday, Yom Kippur, the day of atonement, when each of us are called upon to undergo personal soul searching, it is also incumbent upon Israel to collectively do some serious soul searching of her own.
In this new series, Pastor Chad talks about the feast of trumpets. The nature of this feast brings to the front the intention of...
Howard writes, "I have mixed and ambivalent feelings about that. On the one hand, most normal people want peaceful relations at every level of human interaction. And the longer the better. But there is also an enemy..."
In this episode we address two assumptions about brokenness that I come across all the time: 1. Brokenness is bad, 2. Brokenness should be avoided at all costs.
Kehilat HaCarmel (Carmel Congregation) is a Messianic congregation located in Haifa on Mount Carmel, Israel.