Rosh Hashanah today observes both Rosh Hashanah (New Year's) and Yom Teruah (blowing the shofar). Dr. Vered explores the history of the practice.
To celebrate 5781, Rabbi Klayman composed "This Rosh Hashanah Day of Old" praising the cycle of Jewish holidays and the grace of Messiah Yeshua.
Why do we seek forgiveness during the Days of Awe? Rabbi Hillel explores the parallels between our relationships with others and with HaShem.
How do we parent little children to help them understand big truths of life & religion without being too strict? Rabbi Rich Nichol shares.
Rabbi Michael Hillel explores a liturgical tradition (nusach) he uses in his havurah and a common nusach we often use in Messianic communities.
As our children grow, our relationships mature. But we will always be their parents—how do we parent them without inspiring bitterness? Read on!
Dr. Vered shares Ellen's strong faith—and a reminder that it is often those closest to us who inspire us to become our best selves.
During Elul, we traditionally seek to repair broken relationships. Rabbi Michael Hillel examines what that looks like in a year of quarantine.
The extreme nature the COVID-19 pandemic begs the question: could this be a part of the End Times? Rabbi Klayman examines the claims.
Michael Eldred discusses meaningful interactions he had with MJTI faculty and how his MJTI graduation has empowered him for the future.