Are non-Jews who are embracing Torah like the prodigal son returning home? And if so, are the Jewish people like the older brother? On Today’s Leap of Faith, Penina speaks with Jim Barfield, Director of …Keep Reading!
Penina Taylor is a world renowned speaker and author and she hosts Israel News Talk Radio’s ‘Leap of Faith’. Leap of Faith is an inspirational program with personal stories from people who have embarked on a spiritual journey towards Torah.
Regardless of what topic Penina speaks on, her audiences always come away enlightened and inspired.
Born into a secular Jewish family, and faced with a traumatic childhood, Penina embraced Christianity while in High School. However, after 17 years in leadership in the Christian and Hebrew-Christian communities, Penina Taylor’s studies brought her to a revelation that turned her world upside down, and in 2000, Penina embraced the Faith of her forefathers by returning to Judaism.
Now, as a Jew who has “come home”, Penina shares her story as well as speaking on a wide variety of inspirational and engaging Jewish subjects, inspiring Jewish people across the religious spectrum towards a meaningful, deep and relevant relationship with G-d within the context of Judaism. Penina has written two books, “Coming Full Circle: A Jewish woman’s Journey through Christianity and Back” and “Scripture Twisting: A course in Jewish-Christian Polemics”. To invite Penina to speak to your community, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you feel like you would like to share your story with Penina Taylor, please email: Penina@IsraelNewsTalkRadio.com
Leap of Faith airs every Sunday at 5pm Israel time / 10am US eastern time.
Idolatry is forbidden in the Torah, and yet so many of us have idols in our lives. In today’s episode of Leap of Faith, Penina speaks with musician Yosef Daniel about his amazing journey to …Keep Reading!
Being a Torah Observant Jew is not easy. It’s a choice that requires sacrifices. It requires looking downright bizarre at times, to the rest of the world. Sometimes it means not only giving up everything …Keep Reading!
Unlike most cultures, Judaism encourages asking questions, because they help us grow. On today’s show I will be speaking with Yosef and Emunah Murray, authors of their memoir, “From Rose Bowl to Rashi.” In this …Keep Reading!
When the Sunday sermon blamed the delay of Jesus’ second coming on women wearing makeup, Angela Himsel began to wonder if God didn’t have more important things to worry about. This began her on a …Keep Reading!
There’s a saying that you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink. That’s not completely true. If you give the horse salt, he becomes thirsty enough to drink. On today’s …Keep Reading!
Something is happening in the world today – not only are Jews turning towards torah, but so are Christians, and Today’s guest, Dr. Rivkah Lambert Adler claims that this is in direct fulfillment of the …Keep Reading!
For most of us, the word “siddur” is synonymous with the word “liturgy”. It conjures up images of people mindlessly reading words from a book without any heart or passion. Most of us don’t think …Keep Reading!
When it comes to faith, we sometimes don’t realize we overstep the balance and push people away from our faith rather than drawing them towards it. Today on Leap of Faith, Penina will be speaking …Keep Reading!