The President is (Legally) Blind, pt. 6

The President is (Legally) Blind, pt. 6

“Am I a successful person?” It’s probably not a good idea to ask this question of yourself too often. Obsessing over such matters demands a lot of inward-focused energy. Also, such self-assessment is inherently difficult because a worthwhile answer demands that you...
Meet Yahnatan Lasko, pt. 2

Meet Yahnatan Lasko, pt. 2

Yahnatan Lasko is a 2019 graduate of MJTI’s Rabbinic Studies program. Last week, we talked about his journey to MJTI. This week, we discuss his journey through MJTI and his perspective on the intersection between Judaism and different abilities. MJTI: While you were...
Meet Yahnatan Lasko, pt. 1

Meet Yahnatan Lasko, pt. 1

Yahnatan Lasko is a 2019 graduate of MJTI’s Rabbinic Studies program. He holds two engineering degrees from Johns Hopkins University, a Master of Jewish Studies from MJTI, and was ordained as a rabbi by the UMJC in 2018 and the MJRC in 2019. He currently works as a...
Israel, 1974 – A Personal Reflection

Israel, 1974 – A Personal Reflection

In 1974, I went to Israel to lead a Bible school / witnessing team of about 13 young kids who were on fire for the Lord. We spent six weeks living at Stella Carmel, a Messianic retreat center in Haifa—not far from the place where Elijah fought the prophets of Baal....
The President Is (Legally) Blind, pt. 5

The President Is (Legally) Blind, pt. 5

I love serving the Messianic Jewish Theological Institute as its second president. Our program for aspiring Messianic Jewish rabbis is challenging, but chock-full of intellectual and spiritual riches for men and women seeking to serve as leaders among Am Yisrael. Our...
The President is (Legally) Blind, pt. 4

The President is (Legally) Blind, pt. 4

Have you noticed that around town bike riding is coming back? I’ve observed that all over Boston, we now have bike lanes – narrow, clearly designated paths – along even major roads where bikers can ride. We also have strategically-placed racks of...

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