Jonathan Settel

  • The theme of this issue of Kaleidoscope is Foundations and New Beginnings. As I pondered what this meant to me and what I could share with you this month, I found myself thinking about Moses. Specific

  • Reading the news headlines these days can be disconcerting and more than a little irritating. Unfortunately, it is murder, mayhem, and negativity that sells. We read of wars, rumors of wars, and the a

  • Worried wrinkles creased the face of the young emergency room doctor. His eyes betrayed the emotions he tried to suppress as he cleared his throat. The sound of my heart was loud in my ears, and my mo

  • “The Fear of God is the Beginning of Wisdom” Proverbs 1:7 I was deep in thought as I stood in front of the luggage carousel waiting for my bags. Surrounding me were hundreds of people also waiting, so

  • Being Jewish and traveling worldwide over many years has played a large role in shaping my Jewish identity. Likewise, my Jewish identity has shaped my life experiences over what I estimate to be some

  • “God killed my mother!”  Those are the words I spoke when my mom passed away, just three months after Yeshua claimed my heart on February 21, 1984—the date I asked our Jewish King to “save me.”    I t

  • The phone rang early breaking the silence with it’s piercing sound. The voice on the other end was young, pleasant and very proud of what she was about to say. “Do you need a copy machine?” I could he

  • August in England was cool and believe me – a welcome relief. The Florida sun and humidity had been dancing together, creating a symphony of 96 degrees in perfect harmony with 96 percent humidity. I g

  • The last few years have been memorable for my family. Sharon and I have been blessed by two thundering little toddlers, and a very special eight-year-old grandson. The eight-year-old is very smart, ev

  • To the Jews, arriving at the sea of Reeds (The Red Sea), all of creation became a symphony, a song, because they, “in the blink of an eye” understood how every unrelated and incomprehensible event in

  • Those of us attending a recent Shabbat service at the Bethany Center witnessed a unique and vivid demonstration of life and the difference between illuminating a thought or idea with extensive life ex

  • Something heavenly happens when one hears the music of Yeshua (Jesus), as He must have heard it when He was a boy—in the Hebrew language of His people. The liturgy of the Jewish people has a life unto



The marches were birthed in Tübingen, Germany by Jobst Bitner, a theologian and activist, as a German-Christian response to the Holocaust. The marches have grown to a worldwide movement led by Christian leaders and universities partnering with the Jewish community.


Date: Sunday, April 19th (Yom HaShoa)
Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: SMU Mack Ballroom - Dallas, TX

The march will be on the SMU campus concluding with a short remembrance ceremony on the lawn.


**CORONA VIRUS UPDATE** Texas marches preparations are in full swing. We are closely monitoring the developments and are in constant contact with the local government requirements for everyone's safety. We will keep you updated as the situation develops.