We are living in an era of hustle and ambition; however, sometimes the Lord leads us on a more scenic route, or stops us at a red light.
How often do we convince ourselves that we need to sprint toward the finish line? We act as though everything is a race and rarely slow down
2022 – Wow, what a year it has been! From a positive Covid test to completing my debut novel, the last 12 months have been an epic adventure!
Not only is Sukkot the final feast the Lord instructed His people to observe, but it will also become a GAME CHANGER in the coming days!
Though most see Yom Kippur as a solemn day, thanks to Yeshua, we don’t have to live in fear that our salvation!
Welcome to part two of the Significance of the Feasts series. The Spring Feasts have been fulfilled, and now it’s time to dive into Fall!
Each Spring feast has a profound meaning to the Messiah’s life, death, and resurrection; it’s an exciting time to read through the Scriptures!
One of the least spoken about or underrated Feasts of the Lord, is the Feast of Firstfruits; but, why is this feast so important?
What is Passover about? How does Yeshua play a role in this feast? And, is Unleavened Bread a separate holiday? Let’s dive in!
Suicide affects us all. Everyone handles it differently, but there is always hope. No matter how bad it feels now, the sun will rise again!
Whenever we come to the end of another year, I find it so exciting to revisit all of the ups & downs that have gotten me to where I am today.
In the Bible, there are seven commanded feasts, separated by two seasons; however, there is one feast that takes place every week — Shabbat!
Recently, I’ve been struggling to understand why my family observes the Feasts of the Lord while the rest of the Christian world ignores them.
One of the most dangerous stumbling blocks of our faith is doubt. No one is exempt from its attack, we will all question God’s existence.
We made it!!! Who would’ve thought that 2020 would actually come to an end? This has been one of the most challenging years I have ever known!
Throughout the Bible, we are told to ask for wisdom and understanding, and we shall receive it; but, what happens when our prayers are answered?
Being in pain sucks. Finding joy in tribulation might feel like a feat, but it’s easier than you think. When we put our hope in God, we will find comfort!
“Pride comes before destruction,” so what do you do when Satan’s whispers become louder than the voice of Truth? Whose voice are you going to believe?
People love giving their opinions, but should believers meddle in God’s plans for another? What is the status quo and does the Bible have anything to say?
Do you feel like you are in the desert, surrounded by emptiness with no sign of God’s presence? May this week’s blog be an encouragement.
Do your words and actions represent the fruits of the Spirit or are you unconcerned about the effect they have? That used to be me, but not anymore!
Where are the disciples who will minister the truth to these new believers, sowing them into good, fruitful, soil?
What really happened in the children’s block of Hitler’s death camp? Did books really save Dita? Dita Kraus shares the truth in an exclusive interview!
Preparation done too late brings demand. While we should not walk in a spirit of fear, we must remain wise in the midst of the Coronavirus!
Have you ever called out to God, but felt like He wasn’t listening? No matter what you are going through, God is with you amidst the storm!
Yeshua said, “Follow Me” (Matthew 4:19), but He never promised that we’d have an easy life; actually, He said the opposite.
A new decade is upon us, and we say goodbye 2019, hello to 2020!
What season are you in right now? Do you feel like you’re in the place God has called you to be, or are you still waiting to hear His voice?
Nothing lasts forever. Every minute we spend on this earth is precious, and it’s not until we lose someone that we realize the true meaning of life!
Each year, we reach new milestones in our lives. Whether it be getting a new job, publishing a book, having a child, getting married, or becoming a year older, no matter what your milestone for this year might be, big or small, it is significant.