Monthly Archives: September 2012

Rethinking Jewish Prayer, Part III

Practical Suggestions A few days ago, in the first post, we discussed our re-engagement with Jewish prayer, describing how we are not just reciting meaningless words, or remembering something that happened in the past. Rather, Jewish prayer is a re-enactment of … Continue reading

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Rethinking Jewish Prayer, Part II

Yesterday we began discussing our re-engagement with Jewish prayer. As the High Holidays quickly approach, it is important to think deeper about prayer. We are not just reciting meaningless words, or remembering something that happened in the past. Jewish prayer … Continue reading

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Rethinking Jewish Prayer

*A Repost from 2010 What do you think about ‘prayer’? Do you envision prayer as participation in a Sacred Drama? Do you think of the Siddur as an instrument of holiness? As the High Holidays approach, it is appropriate to … Continue reading

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Remembering Jhan Moskowitz

Today we put ideological differences aside and remember fellow Jewish believer, Jhan Moskowitz, one of the founding members of Jews for Jesus. He was committed to our Messiah, Yeshua, and spent his life furthering the message of Yeshua to the … Continue reading

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