Saturday, November 28, 2020

Avi Snyder Interview

Should Jews believe in Jesus?   Why are some non-Jews hesitant to share the good news with their Jewish friends and neighbors?   We discussed these and more interesting questions today!  Avi Snyder grew up in a Jewish home and eventually discovered Yeshua the Messiah.  He shares his story in this wonderful interview.

 Enjoy both the interview and also the great music!





Saturday, November 21, 2020

Hope Egan Interview

Do you ever think about keeping Kosher?  I admit that growing up I ate ham, but after I became a believer in Yeshua I decided to keep Biblically Kosher and I stopped eating pork and shellfish.   Should all believers keep Kosher or just Jews?

Hope Egan wrote an interesting book, "Holy Cow, Does God Really Care What We Eat?"  We discussed it during this fun interview today!  Hope shared her story of faith and we had a great talk!

Enjoy great music, including a NEW song from Aaron Shust and Joshua Aaron!

Saturday, November 14, 2020

Shmuel Oppenheim Interview

He's 77 years young and on fire for the Lord!   Shmuel Oppenheim shared his testimony on this pre-recorded interview.  In his own words:  "I was Rabbi of Lev HaShem Messianic Jewish Synagogue for 11 years. Retired, August 2015 from Congregational Leadership and I am still in full time ministry. Have been filling in at Messianic Synagogues and in Churches. Some are referring to me as, "The Wondering Jew." I was born in El Paso, TEXAS raised in Ysleta and spent growing up years on the Fort Quitman Land and Cattle Company Ranch. I'm a real live honest to goodness Texas Jewish Cowboy!"

Enjoy some great music too!!

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Jay Axtell Interview

Yay!  I found another interesting person to interview!   I love hearing everyone's story.  Here is a bio of Jay Axtell.  Hope you enjoy the music and the interview!

"The impetus for my involvement in the Jewish ministry paradigm began at Shady Grove Church in 1992. The son of a preacher and Christian educator, I had been familiar with Paul’s proclamation,

“For I am not ashamed of the Good News, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who trusts—to the Jew first and also to the Greek.” Romans 1:16 (TLV)
It was not until I began going to Shady Grove and listening to the teaching of Pastor Olen Griffing, Elder Robert Morris and Dr. Wayne Wilks, Jr. that I began to realize the importance of the connection of the church with Jewish people and Jewish ministry. 
        After moving away, but visiting Shady Grove in 2009, and learning of Chancellor Jack Hayford’s The King’s Seminary (TKS) in Van Nuys, CA, I took a leap of faith and restarted my journey of education to take a Master of Divinity in Messianic Jewish Studies. The Seminary became a university and moved its main campus to the previous campus of Gateway Church on Southlake Boulevard (TKUG). I was blessed to participate in TKUG’s first graduation in 2015. 
         I reconnected with Dr. Jeffrey Seif, and becoming his associate pastor at Sar Shalom (Prince of Peace) Messianic Jewish Congregation in 2011, I still felt the push to continue my education at Southwestern Assemblies of God University, which was located three blocks from our house. I counselled with Professor Jon Huntzinger from TKUG on whether I should continue at TKUG for the DMin Messianic Jewish Leadership or go to the newly developed DMin Leadership and Creative Communication at SAGU, he told me a story of one of his professors. Dr. Huntzinger asked him about discerning the will of God. The wise professor told Huntzinger, “Often, when seeking the will of God, one has to look no further than the back yard.” I knew he was encouraging me to go to SAGU. Dr. Seif encouraged the same. My DMin project, however, is called, SALVIFIC OUTREACH TO JEWISH PEOPLE: STRATEGIES FOR PRESENTING JESUS AS MESSIAH AND SAVIOR. I believe ministerial credibility in both Messianic Jewish and Christian camps is helpful. My doctoral project was signed Tuesday October 27, 2020 and I graduate in December 2020. May all Israel see perfectly in 2020!"


Sunday, November 1, 2020

Chatting with Chadwick

Today was a fun day!   I played a LOT of great music, and took calls.   It makes me so happy when people call!  

Today you will hear music from Jonathan Settel, Craig Taubman, Lamb, Deborah Kline Iantorno, Zemer Levav, Marty Goetz, The Schleps, Joshua Aaron & Aaron Shust, Paul Wilbur, Miqedem, and Elana Watson!

There is excitement in the air as our congregation is getting ready to move into our new building.   Stay tuned for more info about that!

By this time next week we will probably know the election results.   May God's man win!



Thursday, October 29, 2020

Rabbi Ron Goldberg (Repeat)

You can never have too much of Rabbi Ron!   Today is a repeat of our show together last summer (2019).  Here is his bio:

Rabbi Ron Goldberg was raised in a Jewish family in New York City.  He began sneaking out to church during his senior year of High School. A friend then gave him the "forbidden" New Testament to read and he soon discovered that Yeshua (Jesus) really is the Jewish Messiah. "After coming to faith in Messiah Yeshua my parents thought about having a funeral for me," Ron stated. "Instead, they sent me to a rabbi for deprogramming and intensive counseling!"

His relationship with his parents was very difficult for several years but giving them grandchildren helped restore it. Rabbi Goldberg's wife, Vinu and he, are an inter-faith couple with 5 children.

Since 1989 he has served at Messianic Congregations and spoken at churches and Bible studies. "God has called me to raise my voice like a shofar (Isa. 58). I teach about Israel, the Messiah of Israel and the Feasts of Israel (God's Appointments with His children)." 

Enjoy the music too!!



Saturday, October 17, 2020

Daniel Chadwick

There was a VERY handsome man in the studio today!  OK, I am a tiny bit biased.   You see my husband, Daniel, decided to join me today and I was thrilled!  Daniel teaches Religion, Ethics and Philosophy online for 5 colleges and has a unique understanding of the scriptures!  He was raised in a Lutheran home and began reading the Bible as a literary work long before he knew the Lord.

He studied Hebrew, Greek (and other languages too) and is able to understand scripture in a scholarly way.

Today we discussed similarities and differences between the Jewish Bible, or Tanakh, and the Christian Old Testament, which is slightly different (the books are in a different order, etc.)

It was a stimulating discussion and I am inspired to spend more time in the Word of God!