Mending Broken Relationships

Hi friends! Despite evil in the world and the downward spiral in ethics and Biblical living so prevalent in the world, I am excited about certain things I see today. Basic understanding of Biblical history tells us a very basic thing: Jesus was Jewish, and so were the first followers of Christ! The Gospel didn't …

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A Look Back at Shavuot (Pentecost)

Shavuot (Pentecost) is one of the seven major Biblical feasts commemorated by Jews since their days of enslavement in Egypt. It actually commenced at sundown last Saturday (June 8), but rather than interrupt our series on the Six Day War, I chose to delay this post. We have discussed the Biblical roots, yet differences, of …

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Devastating Floods Hit Iran

For the third time in two weeks, Iran is dealing with the aftermath of massive flash flooding as heavy rains recently caused rivers and dams to overflow. Floodwaters washed away homes and vehicles, while building in some areas were submerged up to their roofs. Following previous floods on March 19 and March 25, which took …

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2019: A Challenge for the New Year

Happy New Year, friends! As we launch a brand new year, may we all commit anew to live with expectation of the coming of our Lord, and to live out our days in the calling God has given us. Each of us is called to various acts of service, specific to the talents and gifts …

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