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Practical Ways to Celebrate Hanukkah

Hanukkah   Of course, it is always a great idea for ministries to host special conferences or services to remember this tremendous time of the year. After all, Jesus celebrated it! A common celebration in the home is the lighting … Continue reading

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What is Hanukkah?

What is Hanukkah? The Christian world at large does not give much attention to the celebration of the Feast of Hanukkah. The interesting thing is that Jesus actually kept this feast himself in John 10:22-39. This means that this feast … Continue reading

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New Booklet: Deciphering Daniel 11

Greetings everyone! We now have a new booklet available for download! Deciphering Daniel 11: Key to the Hanukkah Story. This booklet is a verse by verse commentary of Daniel Chapter 11, which covers the events surrounding the Hanukkah story. Daniel chapter … Continue reading

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Voices of the Martyrs: Part 1 – Blandina

Too often we forget that the path laid out before us today was paved many years ago. In this 3-part series called “Voices of the Martyrs”, we want to examine a few examples of those who have bravely endured suffering for … Continue reading

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What is the meaning of the phrase “Under the Law”?

What is the meaning of the phrase “Under the Law”?   In Romans 6:14, Paul wrote: “For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace.” People use this one verse to … Continue reading

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The Day of Atonement

The Day of Atonement Tuesday, October 11th at sunset starts the Day of Atonement, also known as Yom Kippur. In Acts 27:9, it is referred to as “the Fast.” This Feast day is much different from the other Feasts. On … Continue reading

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What Are the Days of Awe?

    What Are the Days of Awe? The Feast of Trumpets (also called Yom Teruah or Rosh Hashanah) begins the first of the Ten Days of Awe. On the Feast of Trumpets, the Jewish people believe that every person’s … Continue reading

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A Neglected Weapon of Spiritual Warfare

A Neglected Weapon of Spiritual Warfare In the last 3-5 years, I have seen a disturbing trend in churches across America. People no longer spend time getting to know each other. We go to church, do our time, and then … Continue reading

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New Booklet Release – A Brief History of Passover

  Many Christians today do not pay much attention to the celebration of Passover, but it was the last celebration Jesus honored before he suffered and died for our sins. Passover is the only event that Jesus said He eagerly … Continue reading

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Teshuvah: A Life-Changing Season

Teshuvah: A Life-Changing Season Teshuvah starts this weekend. This is a powerful time of the year that the Lord will really use to bless your life. The sixth month on the Hebrew Calendar is called Elul. The Jewish people call … Continue reading

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