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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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“The Most Ambitious Book I’ve Ever Read”

I’m really looking forward to the Orthodox Messianic‘s grappling with Al McCarn’s book, Give Me A Place Where I May Dwell.  Here is his teaser:  The Most Ambitious Book I’ve Ever Read

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Community and the Regathering of Ephraim

Some would call it synchronicity, I would point to the Ruach (Spirit).  This week has pulled together several very interesting threads that I’d like to share. For years, we have desired to live in community with like-minded Torah pursuant followers … Continue reading

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The Triple-Locked Door in the Basement of Christianity

[Reposted with permission, by Peter Vest of Orthodox Messianic Judaism] I can still remember the moment when the locked door was opened.  Though the book was imperfect, David Stern’s “Restoring the Jewishness of the Gospel” contained a very simple idea–an … Continue reading

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