Jonathan Bernis Talks LLC

Jonathan Bernis, President & CEO of Jewish Voice Ministries International, talks about the importance of MJTI’s new Lifelong Learning Centre. He will be the keynote speaker of the LLC’s inaugural webinar August 1 @ 8pm EST. Registration is free but donations are always appreciated. Register now and join us as we begin this exciting chapter in our institution’s history! Click here.

Explore our blog:

For the Love of Shmitah Part 2

Part 2 of Rabbi Elliot Klayman’s article on shmitah. What happens to a community when people are afraid to lend near a year of release? Read on!

For the Love of Shmitah Part 1

MJTI CFO Rabbi Klayman writes on the importance of shmitah—periodic forgiveness, or “release.” What insights could this practice give us today?

Announcing the MJTI Lifelong Learning Center

The Lifelong Learning Centre celebrates learning from a Messianic Jewish perspective for all who wish to continue the pursuit of knowledge.

Spreading Peace During a Pandemic

We know that we should be nicer—but how? Rabbi Elliot Klayman looks at Psalm 120 for how to let our yetzer hatov shine through.

Nasso: Sixty-Three Years Later

This week is Parshat Nasso, Rabbi Klayman’s bar mitzvah portion. He reflects on the interim and the lessons he’s learned in the meantime.

Questions of Authority

COVID lockdowns have sparked debate: meet in person (Acts 2:42, Heb 10:24-25) or respect health & safety rules (Rom 13:1-8, 1 Pet 2:13-17)?

The Value of Procrastination

Could procrastination be a Biblical value? MJTI Registrar Michael Hillel dives into whether haste to do Adonai’s will is always a good thing.

Like Pilate Said, “What is Truth?”

How do we as Yeshua-believers navigate a time where so much seems subjective? Rabbi Michael Hillel tackles the question.

The Light of the World

How do the similarities between Hanukkah and Christmas reflect on the relationship between Jews and Christians in this most festive season?

Christmas Without Hanukkah?

If you think about it, Christmas wouldn’t exist without Hanukkah. What does that say about God’s plan for Israel and for history?

Pin It on Pinterest