Saturday, August 31, 2013

Rabbi Itzhak Shapira Interview

Wow, interesting interview!!!   Great music on this program:  Barry & Batya Segal, Ted Pearce and Sue Samuel.   I had the privilege of interviewing Rabbi Itzhak Shapira (also known as "Tzachi"). 

Rabbi Shapira has a teaching series on God's Learning Channel titled "What is God's Love Language?" The show airs on Sundays at 7:30 PM CST. He is also producing a new Web-TV program called "Yoshvim" where he will have different guests from the Jewish world who share their testimony for Yeshua.

Rabbi Shapira is the founder of Ahavat Ammi Ministries which translates from Hebrew as "For the Love of my People." Their goal is to reconcile Yeshua as Messiah to the Jewish people and train others to do the same. Ahavat Ammi does this by revealing Yeshua, not just through the Hebrew Scriptures but through ancient Jewish writings.

Tzachi's teachings often deal with the issue of the Deity of the Messiah. There has not been a single name that is more offensive to the Jewish people than that of Yeshua. He addresses the reasons Yeshua has been denied and rectifies them with ancient Jewish understanding of the promised Messiah.
In June 2013, Rabbi Shapira released his new book, The Return of the Kosher Pig. The book takes the setting of a court of law where evidence is presented for and against the claims of a divine Messiah.
For more information on Ahavat Ammi, please visit  For more information on "The Return of the Kosher Pig," please visit

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Mark and Pam Herman Interview

In 2009, Mark and Pam Herman moved to Israel and will be sharing what it has been like for them to learn the language and customs and to become acclimated to a foreign land. Mark and Pam love living in the land of milk and honey! They attend a wonderful congregation and spend time with their children and grandchildren.   You enjoy learning about how they became citizens and how God is blessing them in Holy Land.   Plus you'll enjoy the music of Beckah Shae, Ted Pearce, Joshua Aaron, Natasha Kraus-Reynolds and Karen Davis!

Monday, August 19, 2013

Eric Tokajer Interview #3

In this broadcast Rabbi Eric talks about his wonderful new book, "Oy, How Did I Get Here?"   We chatted a bit at the Messiah Conference and really enjoyed hearing about the book.   You'll love the music of Sue Samuel, Shani Ferguson, Debbie Chernoff, Rivka Whitten, Sharon Wilbur, Corry Bell, Deborah Kline Iantorno, Misha Goetz and Greg Silverman!

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Ron Cantor-Part 2

This week's program continues a fascinating interview with Messianic Broadcaster and author Ron Cantor.   Last week he shared how he came to know Yeshua as his Messiah and learned that you can still be Jewish when believing in Yeshua.   He started to share how he was inspired to write "Identity Theft."   In today's program we learn more about this wonderful book and we learn how to pray for his family.  Plus wonderful music from Beckah Shae, Joshua Aaron, Eli Ben Moshe, Karen Davis, Carlos Perdomo, Deborah Kline Iantorno and Misha & Marty Goetz.   Enjoy!  For more info how Ron Cantor, please visit

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Ron Cantor Interview-Part 1

Today's program features the fabulous music of Corry Bell & Lev Shelo, Misha Goetz, Avner & Rachel Boskey and Barry & Batya Segal, and of course "Gimme Bagels" by The Schleps!   You'll love my interview with Ron Cantor.  Ron  is a Jewish believer who lives and ministers in Israel. He is part of the leadership eam at Tiferet Yeshua Messianic Congregation in Tel Aviv, Israel. He also directs a ministry based in Tel Aviv called Messiah's Mandate.

Messiah's Mandate is a ministry whose goal is to raise up young Israeli Messianic Jews into leadership. They also strive to open the eyes of believers around the world to the Jewish roots of the New Covenant.
Indentity Theft is the story of a Jewish man's desire for truth. An angel visits him and shows him how Jesus the Messiah has been a victim of identity theft. The protagonist wonders, "Is There a God?" Then, suddenly seized by the weight of not knowing for sure if there is a God–– and if there is, having no idea what He expects from him. David, a Jewish writer, begins a desperate search to find the truth. After looking into several religions and philosophies, he finds himself intrigued by the message of Yeshua (Jesus); yet, he is plagued by guilt. How can a Jewish person believe in Jesus after so many horrific acts have been done to Jews in His name? Just as he realizes that he could never reconcile his Jewishness and Jesus, an angel, Ariel, comes to take him on a Scrooge-like journey through time, where he witnesses major historic events. He is outraged as unsuspecting Jews are persecuted without mercy, even killed, by so-called Christians. He feels the torment of being cursed as a "Christ Killer" by Nazi guards and the terror of being pursued by murderous Crusaders. When it seems that he has every reason not to believe, he finds himself in ancient Jerusalem, where he meets some of the very first Jewish followers of Yeshua and discovers the Messiah Himself, has been the greatest victim yet of ... IDENTITY THEFT!
For more information on Ron Cantor and Messiah's Mandate, please visit

Next week:  Part 2.   Stay tuned!