Mazel tov, class of 2020—and a special mazel tov to our very own 2020 Master of Jewish Studies graduate Michael Eldred!
Did you know? The famous poem on the Statue of Liberty was written by Emma Lazarus, a Sephardic Jewish woman. Read more about her life here.
We're surrounded by uncertainty—how can we keep ourselves from drowning in fear? Rabbi Rich Nichol has some encouraging words of perspective.
Chag sameach—it's Shavuot! Rabbi Michael Hillel tackles the background of the holiday and how this year will be different.
Shavuot is traditionally celebrated with dairy foods, so Rabbi Vered Hillel has shared her own cheesecake recipe to help celebrate Shavuot right!
Just like our current situation, the Omer is a time of contradiction. We explore the paradoxes as we count to Shavuot—and a return to normal.
Mourning, haircuts, and bonfires. Rabbi Dr. Hillel explains the mysterious origins of Lag B'Omer—and whether Messianic Jews should celebrate it.
If eating blood is prohibited, why does Yeshua say "Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood lives in me"? Explore the symbolism of his words.
In this week's parasha, Rabbi Paul Saal examines God's commands around eating meat and what it means for our spiritual lives.
We are waiting for life to return to normal. It's a time of spiritual waiting as well: the Omer! Learn how looking ahead can be a source of joy.