Recently, I joined Caleb Gee of Let There Be Truth podcast in a discussion about celebrating the Biblical New Moon. Caleb is a gracious host with a desire to restore the things the church has lost throughout the centuries. If you are new to the Feasts of Adonai, this episode will give you a good summary about what the new moons represent and how you can be intentional about celebrating them, all to the glory of God.
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
Happy New Year! It’s the head of the months, the season of our freedom! But, there is a lot of shaking and uncertainty in the world at this time. Should we be worried? Afraid? Messiah says, “Look up! Your redemption draws nigh.” I hope this video encourages you and fills you with hope in this dark hour.
Shalom! We’ve reached the seventh Hebrew month, which also marks a full cycle of videos that I’ve completed on the new moons. I pray this month for you is a great blessing, doubly fruitful, and full of joy as you celebrate the appointed times with the King. L’shanah tovah! May you be inscribed for a good and sweet new year in 5780.
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