Join me and many others from around the world for a virtual Shavuot (Pentecost) conference on May 18th. This conference is hosted by Colleen Martin, Michelle Moller, and Annalie Du Plessis of South Africa. (They hosted the Purim conference that I wrote and spoke about in March this year.)
The guest speakers are some of my favorites! You don’t want to miss this one! They include Tehila Gimpel of Arugot Farm in Israel, Annalie Du Plessis of South Africa, and Grant and Robin Luton of Akron, OH in the U.S. The messages will be themed around the life of Ruth, and Boaz, her Kinsman Redeemer.
Click on the graphic below to register, or visit Touching His Hem. Cost is only R250 per family (one computer login), which is approximately $17 -$18 US dollars, paid through Paypal.
TIME: 9a.m. – 4p.m. SAST (This is 3am EST, with Grant and Robin speaking at 8 and 9am EST.)
The entire conference will be recorded and registrants will be granted access to these after the conference.
This year, I wrote two articles in a newsletter format. (I used this same format last Rosh Hashanah.) My plan was to print and give these out at our gathering, but they became too lengthy. If you listened to recent Renewed podcasts, you have some idea of where my thoughts have been this year during the Omer count.
So, dear reader, you get a two-for-one in this post – my two loaves, lol!
Tonight is the 40th day of the Omer! I hope you’ve been counting the days to Shavuot. It’s been a while since I’ve posted on Grace in Torah, but I haven’t forgotten any of you, dear readers. I have a few upcoming articles about Proper Speech (The Tongue), Counting the Omer, and Shavuot. If you’d like a taste, you can listen (for free) to some recent podcasts with me and Dr. Deb Wiley on Hebrew Nation Radio. Meanwhile, I’m praying you each have a very blessed Shavuot. May Adonai’s Light and Fire Shine on you and be gracious to you.
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