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Which Child, Mom?  
  Which Child, Mom?  
 
By Christal Carter
Publish date: 8/31/2012, 17:48
 
Her family was afraid to ask why she said "good-bye" to the church. But the down-home good sense of a Noahide woman in Texas burst the bubble of the hellfire theology...  


The Magic Elves  
  The Magic Elves  
 
By Alice Jonsson
Publish date: 7/2/2012, 17:55
 
It's not easy, especially for a Noahide, to find one's spiritual niche; But maybe Alice's imaginary dream community will someday become a reality...  


Righteous Warriors  
  Righteous Warriors  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 8/5/2011, 16:08
 
Imagine how much courage it required for the head military chaplain of a major US Army base to request that the cross be removed from his uniform…  


A Special Calling  
  A Special Calling  
 
By Wanda Jones
Publish date: 7/29/2011, 16:52
 
Wanda’s amazing spiritual journey took her from a child prodigy Gospel singer in a Southern Baptist church to a dream where Noah himself beckoned her to board his ark…  


Shark Fins and Shabbat  
  Shark Fins and Shabbat  
 
By Lee Siew Hua
Publish date: 7/21/2011, 15:45
 
A unique Chinese group embraces spiritual movement steeped in Jewish ways, adopting the Noahide commandments while observing their own cultural practices…  


Fakebook  
  Fakebook  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 5/21/2011, 21:56
 
The dishes stack up in the sink; the kids go berserk trying to get 3 minutes of our attention; our husbands despair of ever having a home-cooked meal again, and what for?  


Reflections from the Nile  
  Reflections from the Nile  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 4/30/2011, 21:12
 
Malia, a European grad student of Islamic studies in Egypt, was married to a Gazan and wanted nothing to do with Jews; that is, until she read “The Garden of Emuna” in English...  


Ginger’s Story  
  Ginger’s Story  
 
By A. “Ginger”
Publish date: 12/21/2010, 21:12
 
Ginger, devastated by a personal disappointment, attempts suicide; in the hospital, she meets Marti – a non-Jewish girl wearing a Star of David...  


A Voice from Afar  
  A Voice from Afar  
 
By Rabbi Avi Shafran
Publish date: 9/6/2010, 15:17
 
Tehilla is not only a Noahide; she’s an observer of history and the world around her but an example of commitment to self-betterment on a personal level.  


The Yacht  
  The Yacht  
 
By the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Publish date: 7/22/2010, 13:32
 
Our mission in life is to make this world a dwelling place for G-d. The world, which seems to run according to its own natural laws, is not independent...  


Activism – Yes or No?  
  Activism – Yes or No?  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 5/3/2010, 19:16
 
Do we sit back and let the government do to us whatever it wants to? Do we hit the streets or lobby our leaders? Is there a better way?  


Aristotle’s Confession  
  Aristotle’s Confession  
 
By Dr. Yehuda Frischman
Publish date: 3/8/2010, 15:08
 
In a candid and amazing letter from the great Greek philosopher Aristotle to his pupil Alexander the Great of Macedonia, he advises where to go in order to seek the truth…  


Cherokee Moon  
  Cherokee Moon  
 
By Maggid ben Yoseif
Publish date: 2/24/2010, 14:35
 
The ‘Sliver Moon’ in the Cherokee Council House shows that the Cherokee nation keeps months in sacred manner of Hebrews, yet more evidence of their Israelite roots…  


Kabbala and the Cherokees  
  Kabbala and the Cherokees  
 
By Maggid ben Yoseif
Publish date: 2/13/2010, 22:52
 
A walk into the Cherokee Council House is a walk into Kabbalah – the arrangement of the Council seats, seven feathers and orbs all allude to mystical paths and Hebrew roots.  


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