Go you therefore, and teach all the Goyim,and immerse them in the name of the Father,and the Son, and the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spitit)and teach them to observe all that I have commanded you,and here I am with you all the days, to the end of the world.

Matt. 28:19-20

Yeshua was instructing his Jewish Talmidim (Disciples) to make converts of the goyim (nations) and to teach the goyim to observe all that Yeshua had commanded his Jewish talmidim to observe. Our sage Yochanan writes to us concerning Messiah "He who says, I am in him, ought to conduct himself according to his conduct." (1Jn. 2:6) that is, as a Jew, not as a Noachide. For questions: Email CTOMC

The Great CTOMC Essay Contest

CTOMC is hosting an essay-writing contest! We are inviting submissions from all members of CTOMC congregations. Write about the unity of Jew and Gentile in one common community, all serving the same G-d, following the same Torah. Show us the Biblical support, the historical reality, or the eschatological vision of the prophets! What does Scripture really say about the "One New Man"?

CTOMC holds to the belief that the Messianic community is intended to be composed of Jews and Gentiles, working together towards a common goal, living out HaShem's Torah as one. But some in the Messianic world would prefer to maintain segregated communities, with Jews and Gentiles living according to different rules, with completely separate identities. They have even been creating yeshiva classes and websites to promote this segregation amongst young Messianic believers. Many of us have been encountering this segregationist mentality in a variety of settings, even finding that our children have been affected by it!

Now it is your turn to respond in a significant way! CTOMC is announcing a new essay contest! Put your thoughts on paper, and submit them to essaycontest@ctomc.ca

Membership has its rewards; not only is there support at the organizational level but at the local level as well. We will assist local cell groups, fellowships, and congregations in their search for leaders.

Contest Rules

Tell us anything you'd like the world to know about Jewish/Gentile integration—your experiences, Torah foundations, Prophetic guidance, the eschatological implications—ANYTHING! The rules are as follows:

  • Must relate to the topic, "The unity of Jew and Gentile in forming one new community";
  • Keep the length to 3-5 pages. We want to make this accessible to everyone;
  • Scholarly footnotes are optional, but having a few would be nice;
  • Deadline for submissions is June 15, 2014
  • Submit your essay to essaycontest@ctomc.ca

NOTE: Members of the CTOMC Beit Din and their families may not submit entries. Judging will be performed by CTOMC Beit Din and any delegates they may appoint.

Prizes

The prizes will be awarded as follows:

  • First Prize Winner:
    • Conference Registration Fee (Value $75) for the 2014 CTOMC Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, August 1 to 3, 2014
    • A copy of "Ephesians: The View from the Mishkan"
    • Opportunity to present the essay to the attendees at the 2014 Conference
    • Special placement on the CTOMC website
  • Three Follow-up Winners
    • A copy of "Ephesians: The View from the Mishkan"
    • Opportunity to present the essay to the attendees at the 2014 Conference
    • Special placement on the CTOMC website
  • Up to Ten Follow-up Winners
    • Will have their essays posted on the CTOMC website

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