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Yom Teruah, the Feast of Trumpets: Pay Attention!

Have you ever heard the stirring sound of a shofar? That ancient cry to the deep... It is a sound that the people of...

The Context of Communion Matters

Guest blog by Greg Denham Communion has been called “The Grand Central Station of the Christian Faith”.  It’s commonly known as “the Lord’s Supper” or...

The Torah Singles Out Resurrection Sunday!

Guest blog by Jonathan Miles of Shevet Achim The holidays point so clearly to Jesus. His connections with Passover are well-known to most of us....

Free Passover Downloadables!

A Passover celebration is essentially a meal, called a "Seder", with different elements that help remind us of the miraculous exodus from Egypt. Here are...

Like the First Passover

The people of Israel are confined to their homes, waiting for the plague to pass... reminiscent of the very first Passover three and a...

The Interesting Connection Between Passover and the Coronavirus Plague

Preparations for Passover begin way before the night of the feast. The Bible tells us to clean out all the leaven in our houses...

The Passover Cup of Salvation

by J.E.F. of Shemen Sasson On the night of Passover, we raise the Passover cup and lift our voices to sing the Hallel (praises). Within...

Salvation Will Come From "Another Place": Parallels in Esther

J.E.F. of Shemen Sasson writes about a curious turn of phrase in the book of Esther: “For if you remain silent at this time, relief and...

Was Thanksgiving Based on Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles?

On the fourth Thursday of November, Americans celebrate the feast of Thanksgiving. The roots of the feast are quite interesting, and relate to the Biblical...

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