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“Todah Judah!”

Todah Judah! 

Thank you for adding Christopher Mann’s new album.  It is awesome!  We will actually be having him lead us in a time of worship during our upcoming 2014 UMJA Conference. 

Thank you for your music awesome ministry to the Messianic community.  You make a difference in this world.  Keep up the good mitzvah!

…where can we donate to help you…?

L’chaim b’Yeshua!
-Rabbi Reuel Dillon

My pleasure, Reuel! So glad to hear this. It’s an honor to serve Messiah through Chavah. God gave me the gift of technology twiddling, using these talents for his purposes is hopefully some divine Return on Investment, a way to generate some interest for my Investor. :-)

Regarding donations, I’d rather you just donate directly to the artists. Chavah exists only to amplify Messiah’s music and help the Messianic musicians, many of whom rely on (e.g. for housing, food, essentials) donations and music sales by you, the Messianic listener, so just donate to them or buy their music: see how can I purchase music on Chavah?


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