Every year someone is bound to ask me about Christmas. It has been many years since our family walked away from the Christmas celebrations. I honestly don’t miss it. But this past year many of my friends who also have chosen not to observe Christmas told me they do miss aspects of this annual celebration.
Why do you celebrate the Jewish holidays and not the Christian ones? This was a sincere question from a friend of mine several years ago. At the moment, I did not have time to give her a detailed answer. So, I briefly replied, we celebrate the Biblical Feasts as God commanded in Leviticus 23. Later,
In my last post, I wrote about my friends asking me why I celebrate Jewish holidays and not Christian ones. I told how we choose to celebrate the commanded holidays, and that we also observe other special days. So what are the holidays we do celebrate? Holiday means “Holy Day.” So we celebrate the Holy
It is that time of year again. When people start asking me lots of questions about my weird life. I totally get it to. I am a curious person and if I met me, I would have a million questions too. I mean let’s get real. I have fifteen children. I have adopted and biological
I grew up in a wonderful home. My parents made Jesus Christ the Lord of their lives the year I was born. They were what some might say, “Radically Saved.” They were on fire for God, and we were at every church event, and my parents attended weekly Bible Study. They became foster parents, and