The Winter holiday season, involving Christmas and Chanukah, can be a very challenging time for those within the Messianic community. How are we supposed to best approach this time, in a way that reflects the love and salvation of Yeshua?
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss continuing uncertainty regarding Election 2020, and what a Trump or Biden presidency would mean for those in the Body of Messiah, and specifically the Messianic movement.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee reflect on some of the significant things that they are thankful for from the past year. Also, update on current events, specifically involving Election 2020!
Because of its unique focus on Israel, its significant mission of declaring Yeshua to the Jewish community, and even helping non-Jews coming to an appreciation of Torah—today’s Messianic movement has widely considered itself to be “the” end-time move of God. Because of current events throughout 2020, the need for Messianic people to have a realistic understanding of the end-times is quite apparent!
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss what has been taking place during the past week regarding Election 2020. Mark gives a special report from a rally he attended in downtown Dallas over the weekend.
Judah Himango and John McKee both agree that God’s Torah is essential instruction to be known, studied, and implemented by all of His people—yet there are challenges and problems which have to be navigated when one identifies the extremes of legalism and lawlessness.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss some of the major dilemmas that non-Jewish Believers have in the Messianic movement, the issue of Jewish and non-Jewish equality, and why things like the Two-House teaching have been so appealing to many non-Jews.
Judah Himango and John McKee address a number of key questions involving Paul’s letter to the Romans, which concern not only various Messianic difficulties, but also contemporary applications.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee offer some of their own opinions, as to why today’s Messianic movement tends to be attracting very few Jews into its congregations and assemblies.