Growing up in rural Minnesota, January was always one of my least favorite months. The days were short, the temperatures below freezing, and the snow seemed to fall endlessly. As the oldest son, I was tasked to brave those freezing temperatures and shovel the snow! As I have aged, my appreciation for January has grown.
Hanukkah menus are famous for fried foods such as latkes or pancakes made from various grated ingredients from regular potatoes and onions, sweet potatoes, zucchini, butternut squash, or pumpkin. They are delicious topped with sour cream and applesauce and served with sufganiyot or jellied donuts. This spicy apple cider makes a lovely warm drink to compliment the traditional Hanukkah
Jewish Days of Distinction A Messianic Study of the Jewish Feasts and Holidays By Mark Anthony, Ministry Coordinator in Equipping at Gateway Church, Southlake Campus Feast – Hanukkah, The Feast of Dedication, The Festival of Lights Biblical References For nothing will be impossible with God (Luke 1:37, TLV). Then came Hanukkah; it was winter in Jerusalem.
Early last October, my wife, daughter, and I had just arrived in Jerusalem for one year. On our first day in the Eternal City, we enjoyed meandering around the confusing corridors and narrow cobbled streets of the Old City. We took time to explore and soak in the beauty of the ancient heart of
The four species—willow, myrtle, and palm branches woven together to make lulav and etrog, a citron that looks like an odd lemon and smells heavenly—are symbols of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Eating, however, on this grand holiday still remains the main event. Enjoying leisurely meals under the open canopy of the sukkah makes menu-planning fun. Here is a main-course that
by Dr. Greg Stone, Associate Pastor of Jewish Ministries at Gateway Church What’s the biggest holiday of your year? Your anniversary? A birthday? In the Bible, it is Tabernacles (Sukkot) which is often just called “The Feast.” How big is it? More animals were sacrificed on Sukkot than on all the other Feasts combined and tripled!
The MJBI prayer shield is an active way for you to be involved with the ministry of MJBI. It is a monthly e-prayer shield of intercessory prayer on behalf of MJBI. MJBI is an international outreach ministry that establishes and supports messianic ministry in 10 countries, and trains the next generation of messianic leaders.
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Jacob Wallace, Media Coordinator Parents experience that inevitable moment of reality when they face the bittersweet fact that their child has outgrown his clothes. That once-small kid can no longer squeeze into his size-small shirt, and the tiny pair of Wranglers won’t stretch any wider. It’s time for new clothes! As a media team, we