Justice for All

Justice for All

Justice, equal justice for all, is supposed to be one of the key characteristics of the Jewish people. Deuteronomy 16:18 You shall appoint magistrates and officials for your tribes, in all the settlements that the L-RD your G-d is giving you, and they shall govern the people with due justice. (NJPS) Every town is to…
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Beit Ezra

The first followers of Yeshua were Jews, proselytes and gentile God fearers. They were ‘Jew and Gentile together’. We do not see any division in the body, specifically noting Yeshua’s prayer in John’s account ‘that they may be one (John 17:1). When Shaul/Paul wrote ‘All scripture is inspired by God and profitable …’ [2Ti 3:16…
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Arvids and Oksana Gursuis

Arvids was born in January of 1962 in the city of Klaipeda in Lithuania to a mixed Lithuanian/Latvian family. He speaks Russian, in addition to his home languages. His mother always did prayed for all of her family and he knew that the Lord God existed and He is real, independently of the communistic ideology…
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David and Jennie Wright

David was born during the London blitz to believing parents. Brought up in a Congregational church, he came to faith in a Methodist church, was water baptised in a Baptist church, active in the Open Brethren movement and a founder member of one of the first house churches. In the armed forces he became a…
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What’s in a Name Some serious conversation about days and dates

— by Dr George Byron Koch, New Jerusalem House of Prayer — When I was sixteen I worked in a small clothing store. When we closed up, one of my jobs was to stretch a couple of tripwires from wall to wall about 6 inches above the floor. They were dark in color – invisible…
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Church in Decline

A week or so ago, this piece of statistical data landed in my in-box. I have been trying to think of a way to communicate its significance ever since. See what you think. Nearly two-thirds of U.S. 18-29-year-olds who grew up in church tell Barna they have withdrawn from church involvement. And that was before…
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Leadership Recordings IV #Restore20

One of Tikkun’s distinctives is and always has been discipleship. The call of the kingdom that Yeshua gave us is to make disciples. How can we do that? And have we lost our drive and initiative a bit? Matthew Rudolph, in this incisive session, “Creating a Culture of Mission and Disciple Making”, addresses these questions…
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Leadership Recordings III #Restore20

This next session is important. Given by our president, Ben Juster, who is moving back to the United States from Israel just as soon as he and his family can get a flight, this session – “Old Wells and New Wells” – looks to the future of our network while building on the strengths of…
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Leadership Recordings II #Restore20

It takes a lot to follow Asher, but our Shaliach Dan Juster picked up the challenge. What is it that makes Tikkun different from other ministries or networks? In this mesage, “Our Foundations and Distinctives”, Dan answers these questions and more. You won’t want to miss watching this from our founding father who has been…
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Leadership Recordings I #Restore20

As many of you will know, in the few days before the Tikkun America Family Conference held each year over the Memorial Day weekend, the Tikkun America leaders meet for a leadership conference. There are sessions for the senior leaders only, a business meeting and a number of sessions for all leaders: senior, elders, deacons,…
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