17September2014

Messianic Daily News: Featured

Jonathan Cahn's "The Mystery of the Shemitah" debuted at No. 5 on Amazon's Top 100 list Tuesday.

Jonathan Cahn's 'Mystery of the Shemitah' Tops Christian Prophecy Category at Debut

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Jonathan Cahn's The Mystery of the Shemitah debuted at No. 5 on Amazon's Top 100 list Tuesday, triggering a major reprint on the same day to meet market demand at retail.

The Mystery of the Shemitah also debuted atop the Christian Prophecy category atAmazon.com and several other general-market and Christian trade lists, including Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million and CBD.com.

The sophomore release for Cahn builds on the mysterious biblical prophecy revealed in his million-copy-selling novel, The Harbinger, which became a publishing phenomenon and remained on the New York Times best-seller list for more than 110 weeks.

 

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Ted Pearce Performs in Greenville

Ted Pearce will be in concert at Adon Olam Messianic Congregation on Friday, Sept. 12 beginning at 7:30 p.m.

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Indie Artist Marty Goetz '"Retro Radio" Decades of Success"

Marty Goetz will be the spotlight of CCM Retro Radio's Decades of Success Spotlight two-week special beginning on Wednesday, Sept 10.

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Marty Goetz Plays at Beth Ariel

 

Beth Ariel Messianic Congregation will welcome modern day Psalmist Marty Goetz on Saturday, Sept. 20 beginning at 7 p.m.

Marty Goetz is a singer-songwriter and pianist of Jewish background. Born in 1952, he sang at clubs and other venues around Pittsburgh while studying English at Carnegie Mellon University. He also made a non-singing guest appearance on Mister Rogers as Smokey Bear. Over the years, Marty has collaborated with Christian recording artist Debby Boone on a number of occasions, including on the lyrics to "Song of Deliverance," which appears on Marty's album "Sanctuary." In 1991, Marty performed at a Billy Graham rally in New York's Central Park. Marty has recorded music steadily since 1985.

Marty Goetz sets Scriptures to music, which leaves listeners spiritually moved, inspired and educated. Marty has the wonderful ability to lead listeners to a place of true intimacy with God. His albums include “Psalm Enchanted Evening,” “Songs of Israel” and “Songs of our Heritage.”

To learn more about Marty Goetz, visit www.martygoetz.com.

Founded in 1981 by Louis Lapides under the auspices of Ariel Ministries, Beth Ariel started out as a small group of believers committed to one another for the purpose of forming a Messianic congregation in the greater Los Angeles area. Beth Ariel grew over the years — first in West LA and then in Sherman Oaks, but they were able to experience significant growth when they settled in their current location in Canoga Park. After the resignation of the founding Congregational Leader in 2007 and during the transition into a new building, they were greatly blessed by Messianic Rabbi Larry Feldman of Shuvah Yisrael in Irvine, California. For three years, Larry served as interim Congregational Leader, schlepping up to Canoga Park each week to preach, teach and help the Beth Ariel elders guide the ship. In September of 2010, after an extensive search and an amazing confluence of circumstances, the Lord called Gary Derechinsky (all the way from Maryland) to be Beth Ariel’s permanent shepherd and Congregational Leader. Gary brings a wealth of Biblical and historical scholarship with him and possesses a true shepherd’s heart.

Beth Ariel Messianic Congregation is located at 22222 Saticoy St. in Canoga Park, California. For more information about this congregation, please visit www.bethariel.org.

Living for the Future Seminar with Rabbi Stuart Dauermann

Rabbi Dr. Dauermann is returning to Beit HaShofar Messianic Synagogue with an enlightening set of classes to help prepare the synagogue for the upcoming High Holy Days.

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