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Sunday, May 17, 2015

New music: Hebron – For Such A Time As This

Fine Chavah fans, we’ve got some brand new music. It’s about time, isn’t it?

We have a special treat for you all. Helen Shapiro – the Jewish Christian artist who once opened for the Beatles – teamed up with Chrissy Rodgers and Simon Elman to form a new group, Hebron. They’ve released their first album entitled For Such A Time As This.

Hebron – For Such A Time As This

Helen Shapiro has 2 albums played on Chavah today, and Chrissy Rodgers was an early member of the 1970s Messianic music group, The Star of David Singers.

These seasoned Messianic musicians produced something really beautiful for the Lord.

You can purchase the new album over at MannaMusic. It’s also available on iTunes. (Thanks for supporting Messiah’s musicians!)

Monday, April 6, 2015

New music: The Olive Green – Breaking Ground

Shalom, Chavah fans. It’s about time for some brand new music, wouldn’t you say? Consider it a gift to increase your Pesach joy. :-)

The Olive Green – Breaking Ground

Album art for The Olive Green - Breaking Ground

We’ve long had their hit single on the station – King Yeshua – with a net ranking of +112 at the time of this writing; super well-liked by the international Messianic community on Chavah. I think you fine Messianic music lovers will likewise enjoy the rest of their album.

Shalom, and chag sameach!

Friday, February 27, 2015

New feature: lyrics, genre, tags, and more

It's almost shabbat! And Chavah's got a fun new feature to show you:

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You can now view lyrics, genre, tags, thumbs -up and -down, community rank standing, and more, for any song on Chavah!

To do this, click the currently-playing song name:

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Instantly, Chavah will tell you everything she knows about this song:

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Enjoy!

Monday, February 23, 2015

Vintage Messianic albums on Chavah

Looking for some vintage Messianic songs from the early days? Here are some classic albums produced by the early pioneers of Messianic music:

1973: Lamb - Lamb I
lamb - lamb i

1974: The Star of David Singers - Shout for Joy
the star of david singers - shout for joy (partial)

1974: Lamb - Lamb II
lamb - lamb ii

1976: Lamb - Lamb III
lamb - lamb iii

1978: Lamb - Songs for the Flock
lamb - songs for the flock

1979: Kol Simcha - Sound of Joy
kol simcha - sound of joy

Enjoy these vintage tunes for Messiah, fine Messianic music lover!

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

New music: B’nai Shalom – Return of the King

Roll out the tunes for Messiah! Now playing on Chavah Messianic Radio:

B'nai Shalom Praise Team - Return of the King

This is a nice album with some classic familiar songs and some new ones. Recorded live during the Feast of Tabernacles!

Enjoy, fine Chavah fans!

Give it a listen: http://messianicradio.com/?album=return+of+the+king
I hope you fine Chavah fans enjoy this album created live during one of the feasts of the Lord. Enjoy!

Friday, January 23, 2015

New music: Sha’arei Hashamayim – The Olive Tree

A pre-shabbat treat for you, fine Messiah music lovers: a brand new album from our friends, Sha'arei Hashamayim - The Olive Tree.

These guys have had 2 of their songs on Chavah for years -- and they're well ranked. Particularly, their hit song Mashiach Ben Yosef has been highly ranked by the listeners. So we think you'll enjoy the album!

Enjoy, fine Chavah fans! And an early shabbat shalom to you.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Giving thanks: Lori S.

Chavah listener Lori S. wrote something really encouraging today, friends, a true story inspired by Messiah’s music. Here’s what she had to say:

I love listening to Chavah Messianic Radio. Today your station blessed a nursing home in Florida. A Jewish lady comes to the nursing home service that I attend on Wednesday. Today, she was feeling sad, and the chaplain spoke to her about the importance of her Jewish heritage. Then I suggested that we sing the Sh'ma. I knew it because I listen to it all the time via your station. Next week we are going to learn how to sing it so we can sing it regularly.

After the service we encountered a new patient. I asked her if she would like to come to church next week. She said, "I don't go to church, I go to temple." I told her that I LOVED Jewish things. Then I asked her if she knew the Sh'ma. She sang it with me. Then the chaplain came by and she sang it to him too. That opened the door to a wonderful conversation between the two of them.

Shalom!

Hallelu!