Are you struggling to live the abundant life that Yeshua came to give us? Does the daily grind and the stress of life leave you feeling depleted? Do you long to feel closer to G-d and want to know him more? Jennifer Caracelo has given a teaching called Creating a Sanctuary: Setting Yourself Up for … Continue reading Creating a Sanctuary
We were all excited! Driving down to Ft. Lauderdale early in the morning, anticipating our cruise was making us all punchy! We pulled into the parking lot and were directed to a spot towards the back, when we saw them. Monkeys! Two adult monkeys and a baby were sitting there looking at us. At this … Continue reading Monkey Business by Diana Levine
Hello. My name is Jami, I’m about to turn 34, and I actually enjoy being single. I know that’s pretty much unheard of in this day and age, but it’s true. Save for the first few years of my teenage existence, I have pretty much always been totally fine being single. But I’ve also always … Continue reading Singleness by Jami Robins
We’ve all seen movies about Mashiaḥ. We’ve all seen paintings depicting Mashiaḥ. The actors and images seldom look Jewish and are always classically handsome. It’s all so subtle and pervasive that we don’t realize how these images affect the way we picture Yeshua – and how we relate to Him. Think of the portrayals of … Continue reading Beyond Recognition by Roni Bernstein
It’s time. I have been called out. I have been signaled. I have been awakened. It all started that first trip out of my homeland in May 2010. The Baptist Collegiate Ministry from UWF took a group of college kids out of their comfy, climate-controlled cubicles and plopped them into the sticky, buggy jungle of … Continue reading I Have Been Awakened by Catherine Currier
A friend of mine posted an article on Facebook the other day entitled, "Singled Out: How Churches Can Embrace Unmarried Adults." As a rebbitzen, I'm always trying to think outside my situation and looking to the needs within the congregational structure. Our synagogues are home to people of all walks and stages of life and … Continue reading Why Don’t We Revere Singleness?