Hineni, Adonai

Wednesday, 01 February 2017 by

Shalom, Beloved in Yeshua, Avraham Avinu We entered 2017 with a report on our 2016 Mercy Mission to Israel. The timing of our trip was God-ordained, since we were able to bring love, comfort, and living water to Israel right before the fires of anti-Semitism, both natural (arson) and supernatural (UN Resolution 2334) were demonically kindled


Thursday, 01 December 2016 by

Dear Children of Light! The Lights Converge in 2016 The holiday season for Jews and Christians is special this year. The first night of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is December 24th, 2016: Christmas Eve. Each year as we light the middle of nine candles (the shammash or servant candle), we reaffirm our dedication to

Giving Thanks in Zion

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 by

Dear Mishpocha (Family) in Yeshua, Giving Thanks in Zion We deeply appreciate your prayers for us as we go up to Zion this month (Nov. 6-17, 2016) on Mercy Mission 2016. We are thankful for the privilege and blessing of being your representatives in the Holy Land. Your love gifts go with us. Your prayers

Moedim מועדים

Saturday, 01 October 2016 by

High Holy Day Greetings in Yeshua, A Holy Month All three fall feasts, appointed times or moedim (mow-eh-DEEM), given by God to His People, occur this year in the month of October. That makes the month of October an especially “holy” month, according to God’s calendar. We see it as a month of three R’s: Repentance, Redemption,


Thursday, 01 September 2016 by

“For You are my hope, O Lord GOD… By You I have been upheld from birth; You are He who took me out of my mother’s womb. My praise shall be continually of You.” (Ps. 71:5-6)   Introducing our first grandchild, Liam Jacob Lash. Liam means “Strong Protector.” 8 lbs; 19 inches Born on Aug. 4, 2016 at 1:27

Parables pt. 2

Monday, 01 August 2016 by

Shalom Mishpocha (Family) in Yeshua, Parables (משלים) of Messiah Last month we discussed the parables of the Tanach (Old Covenant Scriptures). We mentioned that the parable, mah-SHAAL in Hebrew, was a method of teaching very common among the rabbis of Yeshua’s day. While the Messiah did not invent the mashal, He is the only teacher of parables

Parables pt. 1

Friday, 01 July 2016 by

Shalom Mishpocha (Family) in Yeshua, Parables משלים :Old and New Our topic this month is fascinating, but somewhat complex: Parables. The use of parables in teaching is unique to rabbinic literature and the New Testament. Jewish literature at the time of Yeshua contains nearly five thousand rabbinic parables. When Yeshua spoke in parables (meshalim, meh-shah-LEEM

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