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March 1, 2014

God’s Zeal and the Remnant of Zion

“For out of Jerusalem will go forth a remnant and out of Mount Zion survivors. The Zeal of the LORD of Hosts will perform this.” Is. 37:32 God’s self-assigned program…

Posted in Zealous Magazine | By Raymond L. Gannon, Ph.D Read more ›

SMT: Go Where The Eyes Are!

How does a relatively new and unknown online school get 388 students from 37 countries in a relatively short period of time, from a fairly small niche market, and with…

Posted in Zealous Magazine | By Frank Lugenheim Read more ›

It’s About Johnny

This is one of those stories that helped me grow-up, although I was an adult when I heard it. The famous queen of talk, Oprah Winfrey, tells a tale about…

Posted in Zealous Magazine | By Bonnie Saul Wilks Read more ›

For Zion’s Sake – Spring 2014

Unveiling Zealous Magazine I am excited to unveil the first issue of the MJBI quarterly update magazine, “Zealous.” After prayer and thought, the staff agreed, “Zealous” was the perfect title…

Posted in Zealous Magazine | By Wayne Wilks, Jr., Ph.D. Read more ›

Rekindle: An Evening To Remember

Approximately one thousand people gathered for MJBI’s most widely anticipated event to date at the beautiful Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas on November 14th, ready to see and hear…

Posted in Zealous Magazine | By Alisa Stephenson Read more ›
November 20, 2013

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Pineapple Upside-Down Noodle Kugel

The great aspect about Hanukkah is that it is celebrated for eight nights, so that means eight dinner menus and eight desserts! Why not go wild? When you have had your fill of sufganiyot (jellied-donuts), then try this amazing noodle kugel sweet treat!

Posted in Hanukkah | By Bonnie Saul Wilks, MJBI Staff Writer Read more ›
October 1, 2013

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Simple Israeli Salad

Bonya’s Israeli Salad with Feta and Pita Chips Israeli Salad is a staple in the Middle East and is perfect anytime. It is really great as an everyday basic dish…

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September 27, 2013

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Schnitzel

Schnitzel (meaning “cutlet” in German) is popular any time of the year in Israel, but especially good on a Jewish holiday like Sukkot. It is a deep-fried and breaded chicken breast. It can be eaten hot or cold, so it is perfect for eating outside under the Sukkah.

Posted in Jewish Holidays | By Mike Nicholson Read more ›
September 23, 2013

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Yom Kippur Break-Fast Menu

The holiest day on the Jewish calendar, Yom Kippur or Day of Atonement, is commemorated eight-days after Rosh HaShanah or the New Year. Fasting food and drink and not working from sundown to sundown is customary for observers. Below is a break-fast menu that is traditional for North American Jews for concluding this somber feast with a joyous and easy menu. No baking necessary, this meal is a breeze to have in the fridge and pull out and assemble. It is light and easy on the stomach after fasting.

Posted in Jewish Holidays | By Bonnie Saul Wilks, MJBI Staff Writer Read more ›
September 2, 2013

The Salsa Lady

After attending her very first MJBI banquet with husband, Carl, many years ago, Delma Hansen says she was changed. “I felt like I had stepped into a whole new realm…

Posted in Featured Articles | By Tara Kieschnick Read more ›