February: The Ruach Hakodesh in Messianic Jewish Life

Tuesdays, February 7, 14, 21, and 28 at 1 PM Eastern

Over the years, our Messianic Jewish community has sought to integrate Jewish life in Yeshua. We’ve discovered what our early Messianic Jewish predecessors knew from the beginning; Yeshua is the heart of our Jewish experience. When the presence of the Ruach HaKodesh fell on the disciples on Shavuot in the first century it was confirmation of the greatest Jewish hope.

Early Jewish followers of Yeshua were known for interacting in the Ruach as Jews. Yet complicated history, corruption, and disappointment have led some Messianic Jews to shy away from interacting with the Ruach. In this class, we will work to bring balance and reclaim God’s gift of the Ruach in Jewish space.

Meet Your Instructor

Rabbi Nathan Joiner

Rabbi Nathan is the Senior Rabbi at Congregation Ruach Israel in Needham, MA. He completed his rabbinical studies at the Messianic Jewish Theological Institute (2007 — 2012) and was ordained by the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations (UMJC) and the Messianic Jewish Rabbinical Council (MJRC) in 2012. Rabbi Nathan is co-founder and director of Camp Or L’Dor, a Messianic Jewish summer youth camp. He also serves as a member of the Messianic Jewish Rabbinical Council (MJRC). In the area of healing prayer, Rabbi Nathan has trained extensively with the ministries of Judith and Francis MacNutt and feels compelled to speak and teach about a vision for a Jewish healing reawakening within the Messianic Jewish community. Rabbi Nathan and his wife Raina have seven lively young children.

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