Who was Present at Pentecost…and Why Does it Matter?

Friends, Pentecost just came and went, so it is a great time to talk about the original Pentecost! We’re continuing in our America, Israel and the Church series, but today's discussion will definitely dip into Pentecost. With it, we will make a slight change in direction over the next few days.  We just passed through …

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Britain Leaves the EU. Is There Biblical Significance?

You may or may not be aware that Great Britain officially leaves the European Union (EU) today. What does that mean, and is there Biblical significance? Let's see if we can answer those questions. After Rome fell in 476, attempts to resurrect Rome ensued under a political philosophy of developing national rule over the European …

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Amazing Masada

Let's take a break from the chaos in the world today to explore an awesome spot in Israel! In November, our tour group had the blessed privilege of visiting the steep cliffs of Masada, the mighty Roman fortress built by King Herod. We heard the story of brave Jewish people who captured the vast mesa …

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1st Century Christians and Jews: Fractured Relations

Pull up a chair!  We're gathering at the virtual study table to follow up on yesterday's foundational discussion about early Jewish-Christian relations, and God's call of the Apostle Paul as a missionary to the Gentiles.  If you missed yesterday's discussion, scroll back to it for a good foundation for today's topic. We have established that …

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