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Restoring Kol Israel: The Family (Introduction)

The restoration of Israel, all Israel: it occupies my every thought and is prominent in every prayer.  It is a factor in every major decision I make, and most minor decisions. I continually ask the Father, ‘What does it look … Continue reading

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Shabbat shalom from SC!!

We are staying at the location for tomorrow’s National Shabbat.   The site is a recreation center in a camp complex in central SC.  The beauty is that they have cabins, multiples of which are rented by friends.  We watched … Continue reading

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Finding Shabbat in Gi’vat Ye’arim

Last night, as I put together a quick post, fellow traveler, AL McCarn crafted a special accounting of our Shabbat experience here and, in his introspective manner, connected it with so many important pieces, both recent and historical.   You … Continue reading

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Traveling international with family

I was thinking yesterday how blessed we are to be taking three of our boys with us on this trip to Israel.  For them it is their first international trip and for one it is his first commercial flight/airport experience. … Continue reading

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Setting my face toward Jerusalem

After months of preparation and anticipation, the time has come.  I wrapped up things at work, cleaned my office and said a few ‘see you later’s, then walked out the door.  Tomorrow morning, we board a flight to Toronto and … Continue reading

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Why Individualism in Messianic Ministries is Hurting Us as a Movement and a QUESTION

Repost from fellow blogger, Peter Vest’s, site:   Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Why Individualism in Messianic Ministries is Hurting Us as a Movement and a QUESTION Not too long ago, there was a video put out by some Jewish Christians … Continue reading

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