Passover for Messianic Lite

Passover for Messianic Lite

What is Passover? The book of Exodus tells us that four hundred years after the time of Joseph the Hebrew people had multiplied greatly, filling the land of Egypt. The Egyptians resented all the Hebrews. They made them slaves and forced them to do back-breaking work...
Tale of two embassies

Tale of two embassies

By Shelley Neese It’s 1979. Iran’s monarchy lay somewhere between impotency and total collapse. The Islamic Revolution rolls full steam ahead as one of the largest protest movements in history. Millions take to the streets in anti-Shah demonstrations throughout Iran....
Yom Ha’atzmaut for Kids

Yom Ha’atzmaut for Kids

What is Yom Ha’atzmaut? Israeli Independence Day (known in Hebrew as Yom Ha’atzmaut) celebrates the creation of the Jewish State. Most countries have a birthday, a day each year that they remember their country’s start. In America, we celebrate our...
Hebrew for the Goyim

Hebrew for the Goyim

Hebrew for the Goyim is one of the Jerusalem Connections most popular, and completely original, series of articles.  Researched by Dr. Pat Mercer Hutchens, Hebrew for the Goyim combines her intimate knowledge of Hebrew with the study of art theory.  Dr. Hutchens has...