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Helsinki Press Release: Jewish Believers in Jesus

Ground-Breaking News: The FIRST ecumenical conference of Jewish believers in Jesus in modern times met in Helsinki, Finland June 14-15, 2010 to affirm their Jewish identity, their faith in Yeshua, and their desire for unity. The term “Jewish Believers in … Continue reading

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A Renaissance of a different kind

Vine of David (a publishing arm of FFOZ) recently re-published a historic title, Love and the Messianic Age, by the great Jewish believer Paul Philip Levertoff. This publication represents a renewed interest in the great works of Jewish believers from … Continue reading

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New Vine of David Haggadot

Vine of David, a publishing arm of First Fruits of Zion (FFOZ) has recently published two different Haggadot in time for Pesach. (However, I just heard that they have already sold-out of all the Pesach Haggadahs). FFOZ has an excellent … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

Actually, more like several quotes of the day. What started as one quote turned into a few extras thrown in. So here are some of my favorite quotes from a friend and colleague, Dr. David H. Stern: “It is not … Continue reading

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Roman and Alaina Release New Album

Our friends, Roman and Alaina, are a couple with a big future in music. They recently released a new album, titled “Sounds of Prayer.” Tim Layne at The Emergent Observer calls the album: kitschy cool. The sound is definitely folk…but … Continue reading

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"Why be … ?"

There is an elephant in the room that many of us either don’t recognize or choose to ignore. We live in a day and age when cultural and religious identification are no longer a given. Being raised in a particular … Continue reading

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Drumroll Please . . .

As of today, we’re officially launching our brainchild. It’s been our plan since moving from Los Angeles to cultivate the fertile soil of “Yinon the blog” into Yinon … the living, breathing, DC-area spiritual community. Et voila!Here’s a brief primer: … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

The reason we seem to be talking past one another is an inverse view of our values. Christian values focus on Beliefs, then Belonging, and finally Behavior. You first want to make sure you believe the same things and go … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

[F]or the most part the Messianic community in Israel is made of upstanding citizens (most of whom were born Jewish) who go into the army (unlike most of their haredi antagonists), pay their taxes, vote, are peaceful, and lead a … Continue reading

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A Hungarian Contribution

This last Shobbos, after speaking at a congregation in Las Vegas, I found myself engrossed in one of the most encouraging conversations with an elderly holocaust survivor named Yosef. Our conversation began in Hebrew, drifted into broken Hungarian, and concluded … Continue reading

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