Genesis 1:26-28; 3:22-23; 11:7-8
How the Messianic community is to properly keep Shabbat, is a mystery for many.
Observing and/or adopting kosher eating habits is admittedly one of the most difficult things for many Messianic Believers to do.
Some Bible readers unfortunately think that God’s Torah was something only temporary from the time of Moses to the Messiah.
Today in the mid-to-late 2010s, the broad Messianic movement has a dirty little secret: many people deny that Yeshua the Messiah is God.
What does this part of the early Genesis story tell us about animals for food, human beings, and the need to respect blood?
How significant an impact did the Maccabees leave on First Century Judaism?
The holiday of Chanukah, or the Festival of Dedication, is full of many customs and traditions that give our celebration great life and depth.
The Christmas season is a challenge to Messianic Believers, as we choose not to celebrate this holiday.
We should all choose to be a part of the holy and set-apart people that our Heavenly Father desires in Deuteronomy 28:9.
The Shema has an important place in religious history as it concerns monotheism.
Delivered live at the Messiah 2017 conference, Grantham, PA