MJTI May Update

MJTI is continuing to grow as an organization. This month, we hired a new social media director to help us grow our online presence and disseminate a well-kept secret: that we are a Messianic Jewish center of education, where we train rabbis and others how to live in Jewish space with a Yeshua-centered mindedness. We have some of the best teachers the Messianic Jewish world offers and a high grade excellent curriculum managed by super-competent administrators. We have scholarship monies available. Help us spread the word via Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and look for our renewed activity on those platforms.

Please consider saving up for the Shavuot (Feast of Weeks) offering. If each one of us puts one dollar a day in a jar until Shavuot (50 days) and sends it to MJTI, it would go a long way to enhancing our programs. Click here to donate now. With your help we will balance the budget and move forward in faith for all the plenty that God has in store for us.

For more updates, read our 2019 Year-End Letter or about MJTI at the UMJC conference.

 

Explore our blog:

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?

Hanukkah Stories

Rabbi Dr. Vered Hillel has compiled a few of her favorite children’s Hanukkah stories to read each night—with accompanying videos!

Hanukkah: Celebrating the Light of Messiah

Hanukkah celebrates the miracle of the oil, where a day’s worth of oil lasted eight days. But how historically plausible is this narrative?

Hanukkah in Israel

Rabbi Dr. Vered Hillel reminisces on past Hanukkah celebrations in Israel and all their associated traditions.

Hanukkah 5781

Rabbi Michael Hillel discusses the significance of the brachot (blessings) we say during Hanukkah, and what that can tell us about the holiday.

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