Join me for a day of teaching, hosted by the wonderful ladies at the Rooted Kafe. RELEASING THE BIBLICAL FEMININE kicks off TOMORROW, October 14th, 2020!
This summit is virtual and free! The sessions/teachers will be recorded, so if you purchase a pass (see below), you will have access to anything you miss. If you are a Rooted Kafe member, this option is also free. (Registration links below.)
The Summit features 7 speakers who are ready to launch the Bride of Messiah into new cycle of Torah. You don’t want to miss this Summit!
You’re going to hear from:
– Dr. Hollisa Alewine
– Dr. Deb Wiley Gold
– Dr. Robin Gould
– Brenda Stroth
– Simonette Cherepanov
– Deborah Flanagan
– Kisha Gallagher
– RELEASING THE BIBLICAL FEMININE
– THE GOSPEL IN SEVEN DAYS OF CREATION
– THE FEAST OF THE BORN AGAIN: CELEBRATING THE BIBLICAL NEW MOON
I’ve been reading a new series on the role of women by Dr. John D. Garr called the “Feminine and Free Series”. All I can say is WOW. Let me say that backwards: WOW! The great amount of scholarship, time, and detail in this series has been blowing me away.
Dr. Garr initially wanted to write a single book that would express the Hebraic role of biblical womanhood for believers in Messiah. However, his ongoing research and writing has led to 6 full volumes on the subject of women with 2 other books that are asides to this topic!! WOW is the only word I can use to describe Dr. Garr’s diligence. It surpasses my understanding and stamina by great lengths and bounds. I pray that he is immensely blessed for standing and fighting for the often silenced half of Messiah’s body!
My study in this series is only just beginning, but my initial reaction to these books are very positive. Dr. Garr writes and promotes biblical womanhood in a very balanced and enlightening manner. He carefully follows proper biblical hermeneutics and examines the text from Genesis (the foundation) through the Brit Chadashah (N.T.). Paradigms from the Hebrew and other world cultures are also analyzed to reveal the “root” of woman’s plot throughout the centuries since the fall. If you do nothing else with this post, at least take the time to read the prologue from the first book in this series entitled, God and Women: Woman in God’s Image and Likeness by clicking the link below.
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