Showing posts from June, 2019

Messianic music group Mishkanim needs your help

Shalom Chavah friends, Would you help Mishkanim , the Messianic music group? They’re raising funds to produce a new album. I just donated myself – would you do the same? Even if you can chip in $5, it would help. Donate to Mishkanim – Rejoicing Donating $20 will get you a free copy of their new album. Donating $10 will get you an MP3 download of the new album. And there are other fun perks as well. Thanks for helping Yeshua’s musicians!

New music: The Lumbrosos – Go’aleinu

New Messianic Jewish music on Chavah to brighten your shabbat: The Lumbrosos - Go'aleinu Chai The Lumbrosos are good friends of the station, having visited and performed at my congregation several times over the years. Go'aleinu Chai is their 4th album on the station - I gave a listen to these songs, and I think you guys will love them - rich, beautiful sounds praising Mashiach! I believe it's their best album yet. Give their album a listen and support their service by purchasing the album over at And a big thank you to Rabbi Gabriel and Christine for contributing their music to to Chavah Messianic Radio - thanks guys!

New music: Sarah Benedick – Come Away

Shalom Chavah fans, New music rollout on Chavah, contributed by the artist herself: Sarah and her husband Andy live in Melbourne, Florida.  They have three children.  Sarah is a worship leader, singer/songwriter and musician.  She has always loved to sing and is a classically trained vocalist, as well as a piano / keyboard player. During college, she took a songwriting class and had a desire to write her own music.  It wasn't until years later that her songwriting developed.  The first song, You Are (Unfailing Love), began as a prayer for emotional and physical healing.   After walking through a long season of waiting and learning to surrender her gifts and talents to the Lord, Sarah began writing more songs.  Be Still was inspired by a friend who was battling cancer, and became a source of strength and encouragement for others who were facing similar struggles. Seeing how this music could impact lives, Sarah's desire was to record her music to share with others. Come Away is h