Measure of a Man

Measure of a Man

– By: Corry Bell-Keeler – “The measure of a man is not so much how tall he stands but how low he kneels.” Paul Liberman is the past president of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA), the co-founder of Beth Messiah Messianic Congregation in...
Israel and COVID-19. A Microcosm of the World

Israel and COVID-19. A Microcosm of the World

– By: Dvorah Elisheva – Israel is recognized worldwide as the Start-up Nation. Hence, her accomplishments in science and medicine are better known than her needs, particularly with regard to healthcare. However, despite Israel’s growing population, the...
A Time to Be Silent

A Time to Be Silent

– By Avner Bosky – Three thousand years ago King David’s son spoke these words in Jerusalem: “There is a time to be silent and a time to speak” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8). The recent murder of George Floyd in the U.S. catalyzed sobering results. It is time to...
New Media, Ancient Libels

New Media, Ancient Libels

– By Cliff Keller –  On an otherwise ordinary day at a railroad station in Baltimore, Maryland, over one hundred fifty years before anyone had laid eyes on an iPhone, American inventor, Alfred Vail, sat beside a device he had developed with his partner,...
Fall Feasts Bornstein

Fall Feasts Bornstein

– By Fanny Bornstein –  Celebrating the fall festivals in the Land of Israel, beginning with Rosh HaShanah and ending with Sukkot, is like no other experience in life. The stores exhibit beautifully decorated window displays that include large gift baskets...
A Brand New Normal

A Brand New Normal

A Brand New Normal  By Suzy Linett Countless conversations are occurring from people around the globe during this unusual season of the Covid-19 pandemic and most recently the unrest occurring around the world. A longing is expressed and questions are being asked,...