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Messianic materials used in Israeli schools

Religious organizations in Israel are outraged that the Ministry of Education recommends the Bible Society’s YouTube videos as supplementary learning materials for high schoolers.

At Ease? Wake Up!

Eitan writes, "I don’t think God’s fooling around. Could it be that a plague blankets the world, yet has no spiritual, biblical meaning? I don’t think so. It looks to me like He wants to take advantage of this virus to get our attention."

[VIDEO] Go Out Of Her My People So That You Will Not Participate In...

A Bible teaching about Babylon The Great City: Revelation 18:1-5, 2 Corinthians 6:14-18, Hebrews 12:14

[LYRIC VIDEO] Illuminate

This song is a special one, it was one of the first times I truly felt I'd 'found my sound'! I'm a Brit, so I love Brit Pop, but I'm also so many more things, and for me, this helped me find that sweet spot!

How I Will Be Voting in This Year’s Election

Eric writes, "What is the Biblical way to vote? Before we answer that question, let’s look at the Bible."

Replacement Theology In Its Warp and Woof

Howard writes, "When we think of replacement theology, we tend to think of how the Church and Christians claim to have replaced the Jewish people as God’s chosen people, rather than to understand that Israel and the Jews are still God’s chosen people..."

Ein Gedi: A Place of Refuge – What Can We Learn from this Biblical...

There is so much more to En Gedi than simply a hidden refreshment during the harshness of life. 

[VIDEO] Seven Stars

In the last sermon in series, "Yeshua's Hardware", pastor Chad talks about the mystery of the sevens stars in Yeshua's right hand, its meaning...

[VIDEO] Kehilat HaCarmel – Shabbat Service – August 1, 2020

Kehilat HaCarmel ( Carmel Congregation) is a Messianic congregation located in Haifa on Mount Carmel, Israel.

The Call to Comfort Israel

Joseph writes, "The Lord is inviting the nations of the world to comfort Israel. The Torah portion starts with Moses pleading before the Lord to allow him to cross the Jordan River into the Promised Land."