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New music: Misha Goetz - A Time for Everything

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Shalom fine Messianic music fans, I'm glad to report fresh new music streaming on the station: Misha Goetz - A Time for Everything This new album features 10 fresh songs by the talented Messianic Jewish singer and songwriter Misha Goetz Hoyt. She's joined on the album her famed father, Marty Goetz. Messianic artists Joshua Aaron also contributes to this album on "God Almighty Reigns." And Shae (Chernoff) Wilbur, daughter of Messianic music pioneer Joel Chernoff and daughter-in-law to Paul Wilbur, also contributes to this beautiful work for Messiah on the 4th song, Shema, as well as background vocals on the album. The album features a few beautiful new takes on songs you may have heard before: a choral version of the Aaronic Benediction, and a new twist on the Shema. Yet the bulk of this new rich album are brand new fresh songs, sure to be welcomed by the worldwide Messianic community. I think my favorite is Baruch Haba, a song that stirs our hearts and longs for the n

You donated $800 to Messiah's musicians in October

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Shalom fine Chavah listeners, As part of Messiah’s Music Fund , you fine folks have donated $800 to Messiah’s musicians last month. Thanks so much for your generous giving, fine Chavah folks! All the money goes to the Messianic artists you hear on Chavah. Thank you for making this good work possible. ♥ Here are the exact figures: $500 in monthly donations - from 49 individuals who donate monthly to Messiah’s Music Fund - thank you! $100 in one-time donation from Donald & Bonnie B. $200 from myself Since Messiah’s Music Fund began in August 2020, you fine listeners have donated $23,929 to Messiah’s musicians . Thank you for blessing Yeshua’s musicians, fine Chavah fans. ♥ As a reminder, we distribute funds to the artists based on the number of times an artist’s songs are played on Chavah. Artists whose songs play more often on Chavah receive more financial support. We distribute funds once they reach a total $10 threshold. Here are the raw numbers for October 2022, order

New music: Troy Mitchell - Tzion

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Fresh new Messianic music now playing on Chavah: Troy Mitchell - Tzion ציון Troy is a dear friend of mine and extraordinarily talented musician for the Lord. I’ve known him for many years; my parents led worship at his congregation many years ago when I was a teen. I’ve worshiped with Troy many times in person too – from joint congregational events to the Minnesota State Fair! 😎 This new album, Tzion, is Troy’s 4th album on the station. Previous albums include Light of the World , Yoke of the King , and Awake . He’s also produced a liturgical chanting album for Passover season in Se'udat Mashiach . Troy’s music has been well received thus far on Chavah, so I think ya’ll will enjoy this fresh new album. Tzion features 10 new songs, including 3 fresh takes on the psalms. He describes it like this: Troy Mitchell’s latest release brings all-new music focused on the future kingdom. From soul-searching melodies that yearn for HaShem’s presence, to joyful arrangements that impassi

You donated $793 to Messiah's musicians in September

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Shalom Chavah listeners, As part of Messiah’s Music Fund , you all have donated $793 to Messiah’s musicians in September. This is a huge amount of giving you all do each week, and it’s a great work for the Lord. Thank you! All the money goes to the Messianic artists you hear on Chavah. Thank you for making this good work possible. ♥ Here are the exact figures: $529 in monthly donations - from 51 individuals who donate monthly to Messiah’s Music Fund $66 in one-time donation from Donald & Bonnie B. $200 from myself Since Messiah’s Music Fund began in August 2020, you fine listeners have donated $23,129 to Messiah’s musicians . Thank you for blessing Yeshua’s musicians, fine Chavah fans. ♥ As a reminder, we distribute funds to the artists based on the number of times an artist’s songs are played on Chavah. Artists whose songs play more often on Chavah receive more financial support. We distribute funds once they reach a total $10 threshold. Here are the raw numbers for Se

New music: Joshua Aaron - Live from the Garden Tomb

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New music now playing on Chavah on this joyous Sukkot week. Joshua Aaron - Live at the Garden Tomb Joshua Aaron has become one of the biggest names in Messianic music. This new album is recorded live before a group of believers at the Garden Tomb, the traditional site of Yeshua’s burial. This new album features musical guests Aaron Shust, Shilo Ben Hod, Nizar Francis, Yaron Cherniak, and some of the finest musicians and holy worshipers from Israel. I’ve given a listen to several songs on this album and I know you fine folks will have your joy 10x’d by this beautiful work for the Lord. 😊 You can purchase this album over at worshipinisrael.com . You can also donate to all musicians on Chavah via Messiah’s Music Fund . Thanks for supporting Mesiah’s musicians. Enjoy this new album for Messiah, dear Chavah fans, and have a joyful Sukkot!

New music: Ian Michaels - Kingdom Come

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New music now playing on Chavah this beautiful Sukkot week: Ian Michaels - Kingdom Come   Ian describes this new album, Kingdom Come: This album was 2 years in the making containing post- “pandemic” material as well as some worship songs written over the years. It contains a variety of genres including somethings I’ve never done before on an album; a Klezmer style tune [The Shofar] and a song written in the style of a National Anthem [Farewell to Righteousness & Liberty]. My wife, Nava is featured as the female vocalist on Kingdom Come, Your Word, Zion’s Lamb, Maranatha, End of Days, and In the Light. The Bailey Family Ministry is featured as the choir at the opening and closing of Zion’s Lamb. Don’t Blame God was written by Barry Mcguire who gave me permission to record my version of this awesome tune and add it to this project. You can purchase this new album over at ianmichaelsmusic.com . You can also donate to all Messianic musicians on Chavah via Messiah’s Music Fund .

Atonement: A Yom Kippur Experience

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Shalom dear friends, Here's beautiful Yom Kippur a cappella liturgy for this special, holy day: Beth Hallel Cantorial Choir - Kol Nidre This entire album is focused on Yom Kippur and the atonement we have in the Lord, filled with traditional liturgy sung by dear friends who love Messiah. Read more about this album . Personally, I'm using this time to talk to my family about Yom Kippur, forgiveness, and the atonement we have in Yeshua. I'll be spending a good deal of time in prayer and in the Word. May you all have a holy and meaningful Yom Kippur, friends.

New music: Brayden & Tali Waller - Extravagant Love

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Shalom dear Chavah listeners, Fresh new Messianic music on the station for your enjoyment and edification: Brayden & Tali Waller - Extravagant Love I’ve worshiped with Brayden & Tali for a few years now over at Proclaim Hebraic Music Fest , and I’ve come to really love this family their beautiful music. Here’s a bit about this new album: This album has been in the making since Brayden was 18 years old and wrote “Love in your Eyes” a song featured in his family’s documentary “A Journey Home”. Drawing from the story of Mary of Bethany the title song “Extravagant Love” calls us to a life of complete devotion to God. This collaborative effort by Brayden and Tali Waller brings a message of purity of heart and clarity of purpose. Songs like “Noah, Daniel, and Job” speak to the desperate condition of the world today, while “It Is Good For A Man” and “Purity Of Heart” give words and melody to a desire to live out a life in stark contrast to the world. “Anna’s Song” reminds u

You donated $716 to Messiah's musicians in August

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Shalom Chavah listeners, As part of Messiah’s Music Fund , you all have donated $716 to Messiah’s musicians in August. Honestly, I’m just grateful every month seeing how much you all give. Thank you so much. All the money goes to the Messianic artists you hear on Chavah. Thank you for making this good work possible. ♥ Here are the exact figures: $536 in monthly donations - from 52 individuals who donate monthly to Messiah’s Music Fund $80 in one-time donation from Donald & Bonnie B. $100 from myself Since Messiah’s Music Fund began in August 2020, you fine listeners have donated $22,336 to Messiah’s musicians . Thank you for blessing Yeshua’s musicians, fine Chavah fans. ♥ As a reminder, we distribute funds to the artists based on the number of times an artist’s songs are played on Chavah. Artists whose songs play more often on Chavah receive more financial support. We distribute funds once they reach a total $10 threshold. Here are the raw numbers for August 2022, ord

New music: Sally Klein O'Connor - Grace

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Shalom fine Chavah fans, We’re pleased to announce fresh new music now playing on Chavah: Sally Klein O’Connor - Grace Sally is a Messianic music veteran: she’s produced 8 albums of worship, she’s lead music at Messianic congregations. Her songs have graced Chavah for several years, including piano-led hits like Clay and Until A little bit about Sally and her music: When we met in a songwriting class in November 1982 all we wanted was “to write songs that make a difference in people’s lives.” Over the years God has granted this great desire of our hearts many times over. Early on we assumed we would find a record company to produce and distribute our music. When this failed to materialize and the costs in producing demos began to interfere with things like eating and paying bills, we decided to quit our dream and become “responsible” citizens. So we gave our music to God. We told Him if anything was ever going to happen with our songs He would have to do it because we needed

New music: Avner & Rachel Boskey - Shtetl Dreams

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Shalom fine Chavah fans! We have something special for you today. 😊 New Israeli Messianic music on the station to brighten your shabbat: Avner & Rachel - Shtetl Dreams This new album is from our dear friends Avner & Rachel Boskey, Messianic music veterans whose music graces not only our station, but thousands of Messianic congregations around the world. This new album is something special: nearly every song speaks of the Jewish longing to return to Zion. Take "Un Israelite Errant" (A Wondering Israelite), which records Avner repurposing an old French-Canadian anthem, singing, "A wandering Israelite, banished from his hearth and home Roamed through strange countries Tears flowing down his cheeks On a sad and pensive day By the banks of the rivers of Babylon We sat and wept Reminding ourselves of our promised inheritance Zion If you see my beloved homeland Go tell all my friends That I am soon coming back! O charming days, you shall soon reappear!" Avner &