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MJTI is Looking For You!

The future of our Messianic Jewish movement stands on our shoulders!  Let’s get involved— get educated — and take some sweet classes! In addition to Graduate classes which go toward a Master’s Degree in Jewish Studies, UMJC Madrikh certificate and UMJC Ordination, MJTI also has Foundation classes. These classes are designed to be inexpensive and […]
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AMF

*Aaron Kasdan is part of the core group that has conceived and been planning the Asheville Music Festival.  In addition he is an intern at Congregation Sha’arei Shalom in Cary, NC. A Conversation about the Asheville Music Festival Aaron, I first heard about the Asheville Music Festival at last year’s Kabbetz HaEsrim conference in Chicago. […]
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Camp Or L’Dor

“From generation to generation we will declare Your greatness, and we will proclaim Your holiness for evermore. Your praise, our God, shall not leave our mouth forever, for You, God, are great and holy King. Blessed are you, Lord, the holy God” Excerpt from the Kedusha, Koren Siddur If I had to explain my experience […]
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Another kind of beginning

B’reishit… well, maybe not the beginning, but another kind of beginning… I began attending a Messianic Congregation for the first time in my twenties. In the beginning, I was only looking for and curious about the Jewish roots of my faith. There wasn’t a twenties ministry at the time; however, it didn’t take long for it […]
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Growtivation!

Can you say “growtivation”?… But seriously, Kabbetz Haesrim in Chicago was an amazingly fun and inspirational weekend. Making a new word to describe it might not be a bad idea. This was the first year that the annual UMJC conference for 20s was held as one national shabbaton rather than 3 regional events. These conferences […]
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A Challenge

The settlement of Itamar, nestled at the heart of the West Bank, has been quiet for nearly six years. Surrounded by rolling green and golden Samarian hills and immersed in the traditions of the Orthodox, a peace-loving and optimistic community, Itamar stood as a threat to those who hate peace. And so, on March 11, […]
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