Month: May 2014

On the third day in Moscow, we convered many subjects relating to Torah/Holy Instruction and Avodah/Jewish Prayer, as well as G’milut Hasadim [Deeds of Lovingkiness], and Ritual Life. These are four panels of our Cube of Messianic Jewish Spirituality, which I taught on earlier in the week, and which constituted the integrating center of our course. […]

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The day of teaching went well, and I added to the curriculum the following material about the world’s largest Messianic Jewish congregation, the one led by Ya’akov, Yeshua’s brother. I first developed this material for an address I gave to the Union of Messianic Jewish Congreations national conference in 2001.  In Russia this week I examined […]

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Yesterday I took about thirty minutes or so to watch the long and emotional acceptance speech delivered by Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma Thunder (basketball team), on the occasion of his receiving this year’s National Basket Association Most Valuable Player Award.  The young man is 25, a believer in Yeshua, an extraordinary athlete and an […]

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