How Could I Be Lost When You Have Called Me Found? By Jami Robins

If you’re reading this, you may know me as funny, but you don’t know me as sad, lost, listless. In the last year and a half I’ve been busy making myself known as a comedian in the Messianic world, but like most comedians and more than three million American adults, I struggle with depression and … Continue reading How Could I Be Lost When You Have Called Me Found? By Jami Robins

The Tradition of Chanukah by Jennifer Caracelo

Last night was the first night of Chanukah and Jewish people around the world lit the first candles in their menorahs.  We cannot say exactly when the tradition of lighting a menorah at Chanukah started, but the holiday itself was instituted by the Maccabees in 138 BCE and is referenced in many ancient writings.  It … Continue reading The Tradition of Chanukah by Jennifer Caracelo