Haverim on the Air & in Your Midst
What’s in a broadcast?
Words. Plenty of words! Heaven knows I’ve spoken plenty of them over the years.
At first, on a local Christian radio station. Next, on my radio program, Haverim airing on numerous radio stations. Currently, some words on this blog will go from print to podcast; others with interviews produced for my podcast will link here.
It all stems from my commitment to the words in the Holy Bible. The call to Christian/Jewish understanding began with a journey to understand my “family tree” in the Old Testament after pondering over the words of Paul in his Letter to the Romans.
For if the firstfruit is holy, the lump is also holy;
and if the root is holy, so are the branches.
And if some of the branches were broken off,
and you, being a wild olive tree,
were grafted in among them,
and with them became a partaker
of the root and fatness of the olive tree…
I realized I am called to follow God’s heart concerning the Jewish people, and He it when with an unexpected request from my Bishop for help with Jewish relations and then another unexpected call from the Jewish community for help statewide in finding Christian friends! The call expanded from Christian/Jewish Relations to include Christian radio when a local station asked me to host a live program weekly and encouraged a focus on Israel and my interest in Jewish/Christian friendship. It seemed I had a double ministry, birthed so close that I dubbed them twins. After my radio work became producing a program to air on many radio stations, I used to tell folks the twins’ names were “On the Air” and “In Your Midst” Haverim, the name of my ministry.
About the time Israel celebrated her 70th Birthday in 2020, some interesting activity began happening among the Jewish people in the Land, the Messianic community began to grow. God spoke to my heart about His heart for today’s Israel one year ago and included the Messianic Believers. Could it be that the time for Israel’s salvation is upon us?
Blessed be the Holy One of Israel,
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