Another One-On-One

The walks closed and I found myself in the room with only one other gentleman, the guy who I had first met two weeks ago. No one in our group is ethnically Jewish – until now, that is. This man told me of his childhood experiences in the Synagogue.


This week our meeting in the prison Chapel room was a bit of a challenge. With some of the men being transferred to another facility, we are now down to just four guys, and they are not always regular in attendance. How many of them will come today, and how long will we be allowed to continue?

Change Is In The Air

I pulled up to the correctional facility this morning with great anticipation. The first week was a chance to regroup with the guys, find out who was still interested in having a service, and see what resources were available for us there. But I wasn’t prepared for what I would find this week.

Back On Track

After more than 16 months absence, today was my first time back inside the correctional facility since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Mid-March, 2020, was the last time we had been able to meet.

Following Yeshua

Footsteps of Jesus

What does it really mean to be a believer, a follower of Yeshua? Most of us who claim Yeshua as our Master think we know what it is to be a believer. Here are some thoughts from my friend Tom on putting that into practice.

Coming Together In Worship

Last week I received a letter from my friend Tom. Because of where he is, there are a lot of ups and downs in the times we share with each other. I was delighted when I opened the letter and, after a few brief opening comments, he wrote, “How would you feel about our having … Read more

Tom on Vayikra

From time to time I am blessed by a letter from my friend Tom that includes a summary of something he has been studying. Tom is a Messianic Jewish believer in Yeshua and is currently incarcerated. This week I received something from him about Torah Portion Vayikra. We don’t always agree on everything, but it … Read more