What are some of the things that we have to reckon with, which saw interest in either the Messianic movement or Hebrew Roots grow—which are now turning out to be of little substantial value in light of present challenges?
How much time and energy have been wasted, by various Messianic people, by doing Torah study—with little or no emphasis on the significant ethical and moral matters that face us today?
Our Bible studies and spiritual discussions cannot be business as usual anymore. It is easier now than ever, to be exposed to things, which can cause people to severely doubt God and the Bible.
Having constructive dialogue, and sorting through various complementarian and egalitarian perspectives of men and women—will only be possible when both sides can recognize the risks that both sides need to keep under control.
With all of the different Christian denominations out there, a classic question is: “Which one is the right one?” Will things even out in the future, or get more complicated?
We live in an increasingly complicated world. The mission of the Body of Messiah is to declare the good news of His salvation and make disciples. How do we make sure that we are not unnecessarily turning anyone away from the Kingdom?
Shavuot, the Day of Pentecost, witnessed people from all over the worldwide Jewish community, be poured out with the Holy Spirit. They took the good news of Israel’s Messiah back to their local towns and synagogues.
Every man or woman of faith operates within some kind of paradigm. How important is it that we become conscious of the various bubbles we have placed ourselves in?
How many of us realize that perhaps more people will be convinced by a testimonial of someone’s spiritual or theological experience—than being force fed some kind of religious dogma?