What’s the best method for sharing the good news? I can’t really give you a pat answer. It depends on your personality, their situation and His leading. But I can tell you what the best message is…the gospel! Memorize it, … Continue reading →
Have you ever felt confident God had called you to ministry, but found the road difficult and seemingly unsuccessful? Did it cause you to question whether or not you heard rightly from G-d? Paul knew he received a commission to … Continue reading →
We sat at dinner together as new acquaintances, all speakers at the same conference. While we discussed the various business topics, each person seemed to take great care not to venture too close to any personal disclosure beyond a casual … Continue reading →
The message of the gospel has always brought division and contention among the people where it’s preached. There was a prevailing attitude of preference and entitlement among the Jews at this point in history. They misapplied their responsibility to uphold, … Continue reading →
This weeks overview of the Torah and Gospel reading. Rod Bryant and Daniel Klutstine discuss the life of Abraham and the covenant. Mark Brocato presents the Gospel protion in the Cronicles of the Messiah.
As we begin our new Torah cycle, our new year of Bible study, we look forward to exploring the depths and the heights of the life of the Messiah. This year we will focus on the Gospels presented … Continue reading →
What Are We Teaching? The upcoming schedule One of the frequently asked questions is what our teaching schedule. For those who may not be aware, we follow a weekly cyclical reading plan for the whole church, and we teach from our … Continue reading →