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.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss how many in the Body of Messiah have gotten somewhat impatient, regarding all of the difficult matters of 2020.
Messianic Judaism, as a first generation movement, is principally on the scene to see Jewish people presented with the good news of Israel’s Messiah, and not assimilated into Christianity. While many non-Jewish Believers have been led by the Lord into the Messianic movement, the independent Hebrew Roots movement is something that is broadly separate from Messianic Judaism. What are some of the main problems that today’s Messianic Judaism has with Hebrew Roots?
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss how tense things are right now in the world, in America, within the community of faith, and within extended families.
Mark and Margaret Huey, and John McKee discuss some of the challenges that arise for Messianic people in the month of December, involving Chanukah and Christmas. Also, update on current events, specifically involving Election 2020!
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!