Moving and well written, Bobbie Ann Cole’s compelling personal story of going to live in Israel with her husband, Butch, combines history and Scripture with accounts of Messianic Jews and Christians living there from around the world. With open, heartfelt honesty, she shares vital insights on the courage and determination that Messianic believers require to sustain their calling in Israel.
• How Jesus used Jewish festivals to underscore His message.
• The story of Jesus’ Bar Mitzvah.
• Why Jewish atheists may move to Israel but not believer Jews.
• Why Judaism rejects Jesus as Messiah.
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My first book was “She Does Not Fear the Snow,” my story of coming to faith in a Jerusalem church where, as a Jew, I thought I wasn’t supposed to be. It was a Munce 2012 prizewinner and became an Amazon #1 bestseller. I came to faith in the Land of Israel and was blessed with a new husband of faith, like biblical Ruth. The title is inspired by Proverbs 31, a line from the description of the attributes of a good woman. It seemed an especially good fit for my title because my husband is a Canadian: actually, though, it’s a bit of a fib. I am afraid of the snow.
I also devised the “Disciples Indeed Workbook,” which helps people tell their faith stories.
“Love Triangles, Discovering Jesus the Jew in Today’s Israel” is kind of a sequel to “She Does Not Fear the Snow” since it deals with the two years Butch, my husband, and I spent in Israel, following our marriage. It was a time full of joys in meeting Jesus in every stunning landscape but also challenges, since Israel and its people do not like Jews who believe in Jesus.