This week, Brant kicked off a new sermon series, “By the Wilderness”, that coincides with the start of Number, or Bamidar, in the Torah reading cycle. In this week’s message, Brant explored the roles the wilderness plays in the Bible and how they related to Messiah.
In this week’s message, as we anticipate the arrival of Shavu’ot, Allen poses the question “How well do you count?” as he explores how a believer finds joy in the midst of life’s struggles and losses.
In this week’s message, Brant examines HaShem’s original purpose for women–that is, a well-matched helper for man who was intended to conquer and rule over creation with him–and contrasts that with how ancient and modern cultures have changed the role of women to suit themselves and have stolen from them the valor that HaShem intended.
This week, we had our annual Yalde HaB’rit (YHB) showcase–where we recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of our young people that are enrolled in our homeschool co-op. In this week’s message, Brant teaches on what “from generation to generation” means to a community like our own.
In this week’s message, our guest speaker Don Finto talked about how Romans 1-8 sealed the “real” Gospel message inside of him.
This week’s message, Brant wove together threads from some recent messages to paint a picture of what it means to be like Yeshua. He taught that if we’re going to do what He did, that means that we have to change what we do. As disciples, we are called to live and walk this out in community, not by our themselves.
In this week’s message, our guest speaker Rabbi Mike Weiner taught that our submission to The Lord is the catalyst to victory in the spiritual realms. If we want to experience the The Lord’s power in our lives, we need to submit to Him first.
Daniel taught on the fences that Yeshua placed around Torah in Matthew 5 and how those fences both protect the Torah and prepare us to be better disciples.
This week, our guest speaker Toby Janicki taught about the differences between Jewish expectations for Messiah and what’s typically presented as the gospel. As believers, we need to remember that we’re saved for something, not just from something. As disciples, we should be transforming the world around us through our lives, preparing the way for Messiah’s return.