John & Judah review an inventory of what has characterized the Messianic movement that has been passed down from the Baby Boomer generation, to the Millennial generation.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss some of the challenges and debates present in the Messianic community over ecclesiology, and how it is absolutely imperative that one have an Israel-centric reading of the Holy Scriptures.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss some of the distinct blessings of the Passover season, but also a number of challenges that arise for Messianic people during this season.
John & Judah discuss Passover as a defining moment in God’s redemptive story. The Passover event ripples throughout history: it changed Israel’s identity, it helped shaped the commandments in Torah, and its themes of deliverance are repeated throughout Scripture. We discuss how Passover contains additional meaning for Messianic believers, as Messiah himself imbued the feast with new meaning and symbolism. We also discuss how Messianics ought to handle the delicate subject of Easter and how it relates to Passover.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss the difficulties that many contemporary Messianic people are facing, as they contemplate what it means to live in the “end-times.”
Judah and John discuss the pervasive problem of misinformation in the Messianic movement. Whether it’s laypeople sharing misleading videos from non-credible sources, or Messianic and Hebrew Roots teachers putting out sensational, misleading, or outright false teachings, the Messianic movement is struggling with misinformation in the information age. This leads to the secular world discrediting individuals – subverting their witness – and even discrediting the Messianic movement and our message about the Messiah. How can laypeople and non-experts in the Messianic movement know what’s real and what’s fake, what’s Biblical and what’s opinion? We discuss how to be better, wiser, discerning disciples in the age of misinformation.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss what has taken place in the past short year, as at the close of February 2020, people were just hearing about some unknown “Coronavirus.” How has the presence of this apparent pandemic changed our lives, and what is its possible relationship to the end-times?
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss the significant generational gap between Baby Boomers and Millennials, that is beginning to make itself manifest within today’s Messianic movement.
Judah Himago and John McKee review the “Mission Statement for Messianic Judaism” recently put together as a part of John’s Messianic Teacher certification for the IAMCS.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee review the “Mission Statement for Messianic Judaism” recently put together as a part of John’s Messianic Teacher certification for the IAMCS.