Disclaimer: Sadly in this very fallen world there are people who are stuck in marriages that they did not mean to be in. I encourage parents to train your children to ask the write questions before marriage. That being said, this post is not written to the man or woman who may be in a
On our journey, we celebrated the Last Day of Unleavened Bread, and the day of First Fruits yesterday. This is a good time for me to explain again that the calendar was not the same the year that Yeshua died and resurrected. I personally believe that it was the same the year that the Israelites
When I was a child I loved the song, “Father Abraham.” Every week at children’s church I wanted to sing it. You know the one, where you move your arms, then you march your feet, and nod your head, turn around, and finally sit down. Being a sure hyper child this was an ingenious song
The Biblical Feasts are such beautiful celebrations of God’s love for His people. When I first learned about them I was overwhelmed and unsure how to celebrate each one. Now many years later, I look forward to each feast and can’t wait to do them. Often people know the feasts Passover, Hanukah, and even Purim.
I have written about the difference between studying your Bible and reading your Bible in the past. I often post about our family Bible reading times, but I have decided to take you on our Bible study journey through the Spring Feasts. Last year, I began working on a Family study guide that will take