Who are You and Where are You Going?
This week, Brant’s examines three “words” from Exodus 20 that describe HaShem’s plan for the ideal marriage—His marriage with Israel—and how they apply and describe a biblical marriage that all couples should seek to emulate.
In this week’s message, Brant explores the roles that HaShem had in mind for women as bearers of the divine image and how they can walk out their divine purpose as man’s intended “well-matched helper”.
In this week’s message, Allen explored what it means to have a “heart of gratitude” and how it affects us and those around us.
In this week’s message, Bill taught about the importance of getting to know Yeshua and the Word so that he may increase in our lives and we may become more like him.
In this week’s message, Brant discussed the importance of knowing where we are going–our purpose and vision. Like a tool, we’re designed for a specific purpose.
This week, Brant examines what it means for us to have been created in G-d’s image (Gen. 1:26-27) by looking at His characterization of Himself in Exodus 34:6-8 and Messiah’s example of humility in Philippians 2:5-11.
In this week’s message, Brant taught that we’re created with an identity and a purpose—that we’re created in the image and the likeness of G-d! Sometimes we let the opinions of the people around us distort that image, causing us to struggle with understanding our true identity, but we can restore our “cracked identity” by accepting and following Yeshua, our Messiah.
In this week’s message, Brant reminded us of the two questions from his last message: “Who are you?” and “Where are you going?” and admonished to keep asking ourselves those questions. This week’s message added two more questions: “What is in you?” and “Are you on fire?” To be on fire, we have to make sure that we’re prepared by being filled with the Ruach so we’re ready…
On the eve of Shavu’ot, Brant brings a message that recalls the giving of Torah and its renewal in the giving of the Ruach haKodesh—and its placement within us so that we can live out the Good News. He left us with two important questions: “Who are you?” and “Where are you going?”