Holidays and Festivals
As the Hanukkah season rapidly approaches, I find that its call to be “a light in the darkness” has taken on a whole new meaning in these end times. Personally, I know it’s impacting me in a more serious, somber way this year.
So what does it mean to be a “light” in these last days, and why is it more difficult now than ever before? There are more reasons than I have the space to write, but I’ll list what quickly comes to mind:
Those who enjoy anointed and soulful Messianic praise and worship music won't want to miss Lev Shelo Messianic Worship Group in concert at Temple Aviv Judea (TAJ) in Fullerton, California on Saturday, December 5, 2015, at 2:00 pm for a Pre-Chanukah celebration. This will be the group's first time at TAJ.
LoveIsrael.org will be broadcasting a special Hanukkah message December 6th-13th, 2015.
Daniah Greenberg will be teaching at Gateway Church's Messianic service on Friday, March 6, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
On Monday, March 17 Kiev Jewish Messianic Congregation (KJMC) welcomed guests at the Interchurch meeting. Bishops and pastors of Ukrainian evangelical churches and unions gathered in "Christ Cathedral" in Kiev, to pray in unity, to enjoy fellowship in informal surroundings and celebrate Purim.
God created the world beautiful, then looked it over and said, It is good. Few people would deny that the Creation is awe-inspiring and that nature serves a refuge for many. When He made humanity, the crown of His Creation, God considered His handiwork and said, Very good. As inspiring as scenery, birds, fish and mammals are, God was most impressed when he dug into the earth and made the human being.
Remnant of Israel Messianic Congregation in Wichita, Kan., will be having a Chanukkah Celebration with guest worship leader Ted Pearce on Friday, Nov. 29 at 7:00 p.m.
Enjoy the story of Queen Esther re-enacted in this improved version of "For Such a Time" movie.