We are so happy to tell you that our “I Met Messiah” video project, made in conjunction with Chosen People Ministries, has won an international award!
National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) present awards for excellence in Christian media each year, and it was a great honor to be recognized at that level. However, NRB rightly point out that this recognition is not a priority for us serving God through media, but an encouragement to aspire to greater excellence, for His glory. It’s amazing how far God’s message can travel through today’s media, and we are delighted to be able to take His word from Zion to all the people of Israel, and beyond.
Here’s one of the latest testimonies in our I MET MESSIAH video project:
As a Jew, Mr. Gabizon struggled between Judaism and Christianity, until he took it to his rabbi only to realize the most shocking truth!
The rabbi told me,
“There are mysteries that I don’t understand.”
His silence spoke volumes to me… I knew I was into something really deep.
The Psychological Power Of Tradition Over The Jewish People (In Rejecting Christ)
Even when flying in the face of fact, well-established tradition can still have an incredible psychological power over the individual, influencing him so far as to deny the truth in order to protect himself from being labeled as “different” from the rest of the flock.
Researchers who were faced with the issue of the individual against ancient traditions found that the individual can become “a sort of slave to frozen traditions, customs, opinions and faiths that were acceptable since long ago, but their meaning, in many cases, isn’t clear or understood by him.” Continue reading…
The Feast of Shavuot / Pentecost
What do a harvest festival, 49 days, and a passionate love story have in common? They are all major components of the Feast of Weeks, which, like Pentecost, fell on Sunday this year (Shavuot means ‘weeks’).
God said: “Count off seven weeks from the time you begin to put the sickle to the standing grain. Then celebrate the Festival of Weeks to the LORD your God by giving a freewill offering in proportion to the blessings the LORD your God has given you”(Deuteronomy 16:9-10).Continue reading…