- Messianic halachic commentary for the Mishneh Torah and Shulchan Aruch;
- An English translation of the Shulchan Aruch (there is no English translation today; there are English translations of the Kitzur but not the actual Shulchan Aruch);
- Supplements for each of the Orthodox halachic codes, explaining which sections should be updated according to New Covenant realities and the range of options, from the strict to the lenient (e.g. how to restore legal force to ketubot and the need for separate ketubot for Jews and Non-Jews). We could mass-produce these as inserts for people to place inside the front covers of the codes;
- Supplements for Orthodox siddurim (not just Shabbat siddurim), highlighting sections that might conflict with Messianic Theology, offering suggested alternatives;
- Systematic guides to the minchagim (although progress has been made on this front).
I'll try to talk to the One-Law leaders shortly and see if anyone is interested in developing these types of things. You know..I've received emails from Messianics around the world who are interested in traditional halachah and do not feel represented by the more liberal ("progressive") segments of the Messianic movement. I say it's time we give the tradionalist Messianics a voice!