• Abraham and Abimelech, Abraham Lies Again Abraham and Abimelech, Abraham Lies Again

    For reasons not revealed, after being given the promise that in a year’s time Sarah will have a son, and after sodom & gommorah were destroyed, Abraham moved his caravan south near Gaza.

    Abimelech was king in that area.

  • As in the days of Noah As in the days of Noah

    As in the days of Noah and as in the Days of Lot so Shall it be at the Coming of the Son of Man. 

  • Genesis 19 - Lot and Incest Genesis 19 - Lot and Incest
    A Lot of life

    The Bible gives us quite a bit of information about Abraham’s nephew Lot. We almost have to wonder why he is mentioned as often as he was. In this video we will review the entire historical record of this man,

  • God Sees Us God Sees Us

    Sermon by Cantor Keren Tarr on the topic of God seeing us.

  • Mixing Matters Photo: Front of a Kosher Market on a Street Corner

    "...You shall not boil a young goat in its mother's milk" (Deuteronomy 14:21). Many take this verse to mean it isn't kosher to have meat and dairy in the same meal, or even have milk and meat in the same refrigerator and on the same

  • Parashat Bereshit Parashat Bereshit

    Parasha for the Week: Bereshit: Genesis 1:1 - 6:8.

    Haftarah for the Week: Isaiah 42:5 - 43:10.

    Besorat Yeshua: Mark 10:1 – 16.

  • Parashat Devarim Parashat Devarim

    Parasha for the Week:  Devarim: Deuteronomy 1:1 – 3:22. 

    Haftarah:  Isaiah 1:1 – 27. 

    Besorat Yeshua:   Mark 6:28 - 40. 

  • Remember Lot’s Wife Remember Lot’s Wife
    Lot’s Wife

    While we are never told her name, she has been known for 3,500 year or so, to the time of Abraham. The Bible even encourages us to remember her. She is known as “Lot’s wife” and other than the recommendation to

  • Simchat Torah

    Simchat Torah. 
    Sermon by Messianic Rabbi Jeff Zaremsky. 

  • Simchat Torah Simchat Torah

    Have you ever been to a simcha? A simcha is a celebration.

  • Teshuva Tefila Teshuva Tefila

    Teshuvah, tefillah, and tzedakah -- translated respectively as repentance, prayer and charity -- are key tenets of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur liturgies in Jewish culture.

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