about christene jackman

it's not about me

What's really important

"It's not about me, really. Who I am is just not that important.
What's imperative is that you seek intimacy with our Creator
 and His Messiah, Yeshua (Jesus) our Kinsman Redeemer. 

ABOUT CHRISTENE JACKMAN

A Messianic songwriter / psalmist, Christene Jackman focuses on the Biblical Hebraic origins of the Faith.


Ancient words infused with fresh melodies mark this worshipful collection of songs by Messianic psalmist, Christene Jackman. Many songs are taken directly from the Scriptures and sung in Biblical Hebrew. Some songs are completely in Hebrew, some in English, some a combination of both. Rediscover the ancient paths of the Derech HaKodesh (Way of Holiness) as you enter into a deeper worship experience. Torah: the Lifestyle of the Redeemed Community. Messiah Yeshua: Goel/ Savior & soon coming King.

​As a singer/songwriter, Jackman also explores the issues of everyday life. Examples: "Silver", "This Far Down the Road", "Lost Without You" and "Eddie." These songs are mainly in English. 

Download free pdf lyric / chord charts of her songs so that you, too, can worship in the original language of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). On this website you can support the work of Christene Jackman by purchasing her music and videos. You can also give a love gift here

 

Christene Jackman also participates in the Messianic group, Bnot Tziyon with Sandee Sjaarda and Christina Oakes as lead singer, songwriter and guitarist. 

ABOUT SHUV CREATIVE
Shuv Creative is the caretaker of the Shuv Store, the Shuv Show and the Messianic Jewish music of Christene Jackman & teaching videos. Shuv Creative focuses on a return to the Biblical roots of The Faith. Rediscover the historical Yeshua (Jesus) and how He walked. Through our Messianic music mp3s and downloadable Messianic music & teaching videos you'll learn to sing / speak the Scriptures and dig deeper into the Word. 

Shuv is a Hebrew word that means, “return, turn back.” As believers in Yeshua of Natzeret (Jesus of Nazareth), we feel a long overdue return is in order. Hear the Elijah Call: take a new reformation road, not turning back to Rome, but turning all the way back: to Jerusalem and the Holy One of Israel, back to our origins. Shuv Creative is dedicated in restoring this rich Hebrew Heritage of Faith "once delivered to the saints." There is a desperate need to rediscover how Messiah Yeshua and His talmidim (disciples) understood Biblical Covenant and Derech HaKodesh (Way of Holiness). God’s Way, His Torah, is holy, just and good.

God is not unfaithful to the covenants He institutes. He is not a Covenant breaker. Remember, blood covenant is forever. Yeshua haMashiach is the Living Word, the Living Torah. God's laws are not burdensome. What is burdensome is thinking you can be justified by your own merit. What is burdensome is observing man-made laws and traditions that set aside the Written Word. Put on the Yoke of Yeshua the Messiah, which is bearable. God provides His Ruach HaKodesh [Holy Spirit] to write the Torah on the heart, even giving us the desire to obey. (Jeremiah 31, Ezekiel 26) Now that's a much lighter yoke.

 “Wherefore the Torah is holy, and the commandment holy, and just, and good.” [Romans 7:12]

“For this commandment which I command you today is not too difficult for you, nor is it out of reach . . . But the Word is very near you, in your mouth and in your heart, that you may observe it.” [Devarim /Deut. 30:11,14]

“For this is the love of God: that we keep His commandments; and His commandments are not burdensome.”  [1 John 5:3]

​"And when a ger [foreigner] dwells with you and wants to keep the Passover to the LORD, let all his males be circumcised, and then let him come near and keep it; and he shall be as a native of the land. For no uncircumcised person shall eat it.  One Torah [instruction, teaching, law] shall be for the native-born and for the ger [foreigner] who dwells among you." [Shemot / Exodus 12:48-49]

"As for the assembly, there shall be one chuqqah [statute] for you and for the ger [foreigner] who sojourns with you, a perpetual I [statute] throughout your generations; as you are, so shall the ger [foreigner] be before YHVH. There is to be one Torah [instruction, teaching, law] and one mishpat [ordinance] for you and for the ger [foreigner] who sojourns with you." [Bamidbar / Numbers 15:15-16]​

“Not under the Law” means, “Not under the CURSE of the Law.” Messiah Yeshua said, “Go and sin no more.” How does the Bible define sin:  Sin is lawlessness, breaking the terms of The Covenant (the commandments). It’s time to come out of the fog of deception and into the Light of Truth. Return to the original intent and richness of our heritage in Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah, Savior of the Tribes of Israel and Gentiles alike. “In Abraham, all the nations will be blessed.”

 

Following in the pattern of His ancestor King David, the elders of Judah will one day welcome Him back as King of All Israel in Jerusalem. (See 2 Shmuel / Samuel 19, Zakharyah / Zechariah 12:10)​

Torah, not just a history lesson—the Lifestyle of the Redeemed Community.