The Sabbath: A Look Back, A Look Forward
August 1, 2009
Author: Rich Robinson

Most of our summer outreaches are over, and our campus outreach, High Holiday services and Fall Ingatherings are yet to come. Many people on our missionaries’ case loads are away for summer vacations. We are still continuing to do the work this month, but for many it’s a bit of a “breather.”  What better time […]

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Sabbath Rest: Highlights in the Old and New Testament
Topics: sabbath

Old Testament | New Testament Old Testament God rested from His work of creation.  “Thus the heavens and the earth, and all the host of them, were finished. And on the seventh day God ended His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had […]

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If You Can’t Get to the Synagogue: A Home Shabbat Celebration
March 1, 2001
Topics: sabbath

Perhaps you live in Yennevelt—far, far away from a Jewish community or a messianic congregation. Maybe you’re the only Jewish believer in your town and you want to celebrate Shabbat. You long for a meaningful Shabbat experience, a transition for you and your loved ones into a weekend of rest and worship, but frankly, you’re […]

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