If There Are No Serious Attacks, We Can’t Talk

If There Are No Serious Attacks, We Can’t Talk

As the date and time was set for an interview, the text from Yuriy Bereza from Kyiv was received, “Shalom! If there are no serious attacks, we can talk!” Scheduling an interview with someone in a different country, especially one that is in the middle of a war...
Happy New Year! Happy Passover!  Uh…What? Which is it?

Happy New Year! Happy Passover! Uh…What? Which is it?

For most Jewish people, the first day of Tishri on the Biblical calendar is “The Jewish New Year.” We celebrate Rosh Hashanah or the “Head of the Year,” and the numeric designation changes, just as it did a few months ago from 5781 to 5782. Yet, this is the “first day...
Finding a Jewish Messiah

Finding a Jewish Messiah

When one meets Michelle Beadle, it makes sense to ask, “What’s a nice Jewish woman like you doing in a place like this?” A woman of faith and action, the daughter and granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, Michelle travels across the nation and throughout the world...
Is Pentecost Shavuot?

Is Pentecost Shavuot?

“I looked, and behold, a storm wind came from the north, a great cloud with flashing fire and brightness all around it, and something like a glowing alloy out of the fire.” Imagine thousands of Jewish worshipers left the Temple following their Shavuot service, having...
Feed My Lambs

Feed My Lambs

Every Wednesday morning before dawn, a group of dedicated and hard-working people arise from their sleep, dress, and make their way to seven different locations. Using forklifts, hand trucks, and muscle power, they lift, hoist, and pack boxes, bags, and crates of food...