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When is it okay to share your faith in Jesus? Are there prerequisites? What about earning the right to speak into people’s lives? These are great questions, and we’ve given them alot of thought. Please take a few minutes to check out our point of view.
During our series of Passover celebrations in Odessa, 25 Jewish people and sixteen Gentiles prayed to begin a new life with God based on what Jesus did for us through His death and resurrection.
Our February newsletter has a salvation story that shows how people like you are making a huge difference to our ministry!
This personal witnessing story deals with questions about God answering the prayers of unbelievers.
Attention Jewish animal devotees: would you like to have your dog, cat, hamster or parakeet blessed, synagogue-style? You can! In fact, you don’t even have to be physically present at the synagogue to receive said blessing.
Unpacking some of David’s article, Dare to Hope, what do we do when we’re caught in a hateful circumstance?
Don’t be discouraged if you find yourself swimming against the tide. Here’s why.
If you could have any Old Testament hero for a personal role model or mentor, who would you choose? Don’t make up your mind till you read this article!
Take a beauty break and see how all things beautiful apply to you and your life.
Here are some good things to know about how God brings prodigals home.
I get angry when Christians say we should not witness to Jewish people because of the Holocaust, and I imagine them trying to explain that to Jesus…
Divergents are misfits in a system that seeks to control everyone. And now Tris, the most divergent of all in Veronica Roth’s best selling book and movie trilogy, is forced to be insurgent as well.
Discover how this month’s Bits from the Branches might encourage you to share your own faith.
This month’s Jewish factoid answers the question, is the October 8 8lunar eclipse (also referred to as a “Blood Moon”) a highly anticipated event in Israel?
Hopes and cautionary notes go together, just like trying new things is critical to remaining relevant but so is a firm grip on unchanging truths.
Like David says, we’re not in control. So how in the world are we supposed to “be anxious for nothing”?
Here’s an opportunity to see how two of these month’s articles can apply to your own life and witness as we ask ourselves, Can we genuinely hear others’ concerns without being constrained by them?