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I gotta be me Aaron Allsbrook

Many people in New York go apple picking in the fall. It is a wonderful time to get outside, get into nature, and enjoy some of the last of the nice weather. People arrive at a farm, get their baskets, and head to the trees to find the best, juiciest apples. Imagine, however, when they…
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Let Your Light Shine … part 1 of 3 Rabbi Michael Weiner

Matthew 5:16 In the same way, let your light shine before men so they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven. Darkness belongs to the underworld. Evil is called “the works of darkness.” Light is of God, Who wants everything exposed in the light. Yeshua stated this early and often during…
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Happy New Year Jackie Santoro

The summer season is over and the kids are back in school. Happily, the familiar rhythm of life has once again returned following the two-year pandemic hiatus. Now it’s hard for the younger ones to remember that there was a moment in time when they actually had to wear masks in school! Here in Israel,…
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Dazzling and Dazzled Hallel Schell

When we worship the LORD with other people, there is a powerful potential for a give-and-take between beings; a sort of inherent “kinetic” energy; a tangible exchange of life. God uses worship, and He often does so to minister directly to us through others. God also truly delights in ministering to people through people. As…
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Matthew 5:13 Part 1 – The Sermon Continues … Rabbi Michael Weiner

Matthew 5:13a “You are the salt of the earth;” Need we go any further than that? Of course, Yeshua goes on to explain his own statement. But, before we study His explanation, let me offer a few thoughts. This is a metaphor. What does “salt” represent in this metaphor? When salt is added to any…
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The King is in the Field Mark Rantz

Defining moments! We all have them, and for those of us who know Yeshua, these seasons in our lives can become  times and seasons of fulfillment, where God sets for us a spiritual trajectory over our hearts and finds our calling in His  loving embrace. These foundational moments are holy seasons of visitation where God…
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Experiencing Reconciliation Bob Neal

As a Christian Gentile pastor, my life, ministry and walk with the Lord has been greatly enhanced since becoming  relationally connected with many Messianic Jewish believers. I am fortunate and blessed to live in an area where many  wonderful people such as Paul and Luanne Wilbur, Nathan and Malki Wilbur, and Ben and Lorena Juster…
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Matthew 5:10 The Last Beatitude Rabbi Michael Weiner

Matthew 5:10 Blessed are those who have been persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Do you remember why this verse is in quotes? These are the words of Yeshua, as quoted in the book of Matthew. From Matthew 5:3 to this verse, there are eight Beatitudes. But, I…
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Rebuilding Love and unity in the Church – Part 2 Grant Berry

“Build up, build up, prepare the road! Remove the obstacles out of the way of my people.” (Isaiah‬ 62:10) As you have read part one of this article last month and are now reading part two, please continue to be prayerful as we focus on some delicate and sensitive issues which we need to face…
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Who is the Greatest Ben Juster

I’m competitive. I like to win. Even when playing sports games like “Horse” or family games like “Rumikub” or “Uno”, it never occurs to me to let someone else win because they happen to be younger or less-experienced. And, yes, even my own kids. If they are going to win, they have to earn it.…
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