Sarah Urbach

  Sarah Urbach was a pioneer, one of the first Israelis to follow Yeshua in the 1950s. She was resolute, unshakable in the insistence that “the stone the builders rejected has become the chief cornerstone.” No shrinking wallflower overshadowed by her dynamic husband, Eliezer, Sarah was a fearless and devoted evangelist in her own right…. Read more »


It’s Not The End of The World

The 24th chapter of Matthew opens with Yeshua shocking His disciples with the news that the magnificent Temple in Jerusalem that they admired so much would be utterly destroyed. If this centerpiece of Jewish faith were to disappear, surely it would be the end of the world. Therefore, their logical response was, “When will these… Read more »


Bearing Fruit

We were created to give God glory. Some have the wrong impression that to give God glory is to live passively and unproductively in this world, and then say, “To God be the glory.” One of the primary ways we can give glory in this life is by bearing fruit. Bearing fruit is to produce… Read more »


Out of the Boundaries: How a Moroccan Jew Found his Messiah

When the modern Jewish nation of Israel was born in 1948, the Jewish community of Morocco was 2,500 years old and numbered about 800,000 souls. In the next 20 years, 90% of them moved to Israel due to increasing harassment by their Muslim neighbors resentful of Israel’s rebirth. Tzachi’s parents had already come with their… Read more »


Asher’s Harvest

In the golden twilight of a May evening, under stately eucalyptus trees, the dream of Gamliel Asher—to establish a Hebrew-speaking Messianic congregation in the city of Akko—became a reality. The name of this new congregation is “Harvest of Asher” and the meaning of this name is two fold. Akko is in the territory allotted to… Read more »


Rabbinic Literature

Over the past 2,000 years a vast sea of literature has developed in traditional Judaism, starting with the Mishna (codified in the early 3rd century AD) and the Gemara (mid 5th century AD). (Note: The New Covenant was written by the end of the 1st century AD – which means that it far precedes these… Read more »


Hope Is Not Lost – Tikvah’s Testimony

Raised in a Traditional Orthodox Israeli Jewish family, Tikvah’s parents divorced when she was 5 years old, after many years of strife in the marriage. The youngest of 11 children, Tikvah was always praying for peace between her parents, always searching for spiritual truth, for as long as she can remember. Tikvah’s name means “hope”… Read more »


The Exodus Experience

                Recently I was meditating on how central the “baptism” experience is to New Covenant faith (Acts 2:38 -“Repent and be immersed everyone of you…”). It seemed as central as…as…and then it hit me: as central as crossing the Red Sea was for the people of ancient Israel…. Read more »


Best Wave of the Day

BEST WAVE OF THE DAY … Needing desperately to re-connect with God, I headed for the beach late Monday afternoon. An exhilarating variety of dark cloud formations moving to stately tempos, dwarfed the sizable port city of Haifa, perched atop Mt. Carmel. The Almighty riveted me with this scene, drawing me up and out of… Read more »


Yeshua’s Ministry Pattern

We look to the ministry of Yeshua and the apostles as a pattern upon which to build our ministries today. Here are some pointers: 1. PREACHING WITH ANOINTING Yeshua was first of all a preacher. He taught with anointing from the Holy Spirit. Yeshua often ministered from Isaiah 61:1, “The Spirit of the Lord is upon… Read more »


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