• When Gentiles Tell Jews, “We’ve Heard God Is With You!”

    When Gentiles Tell Jews, “We’ve Heard God Is With You!” (Zachariah 8:23) By Christine Egbert I used to think that anti-Semitism started with the ravings of Adolf Hitler. Then, just over a decade ago, I learned that this malevolent hatred of God’s Chosen people has flamed for over two millennia.

  • KORAH’s Rebellion

    KORAH’S Rebellion By Christine Egbert  We must never forget that God raises up leaders!  Jer 23:3-4  “I will gather the remnant of My flock out of all the countries where I have driven them, and will bring them back to their folds, and they will be fruitful and multiply. I will

  • Just Show Up!

    By Susan Fiedler   Have you ever found yourself hurrying and scurrying to get ready for church or synagogue services and then wondered, “What’s the point?” Let’s check out a couple of passages from the Bible and see if it offers guidance. First, a true story.  Except for my family,

  • Do You Speak God’s Love Language?

    Do You Speak God’s Love Language? by Christine Egbert Gary Chapman, an acclaimed Christian marriage counselor and writer, published a number 1, New York Times bestseller titled, “The 5 Love Languages” back in 1992. His premise was that people feel loved when it is expressed through 1 of 5 love

  • Growth Through Suffering

    Growth Through Suffering By Susan Fiedler Why does God let believers suffer? Well, let me get back to that. Instead, as we enter the week before Passover and Good Friday, we face another question.  Why did the Father have Messiah suffer?  Not much easier to answer! Greater minds than mine have

  • The 7th Day Sabbath Or Sunday?

    Over the years, many people have asked Pastor Matthew Miller if any of his video teachings were available in a written format. Until now, Matthew’s answer has always been “no”, but that has changed. Pastor Matthew and I have been working on a project that eventually will transform many of

  • Forgiveness

      Forgiveness by Susan Fiedler   Quite a few years ago I had a Vietnamese foreign exchange student in my high school chemistry class. He was cheerful and attentive, and I genuinely enjoyed having him in class.But I never had the conversation I really wanted to have with him.  I never

  • Children of the King

    BY Susan Fiedler Grandparents love to brag about grandchildren!  You’d think they were the only kids in the world.  Sometimes I’m tempted to inflict my recitation of minutiae from their lives upon every victim I can lay my hands on.  After all, I’m sure other people—even complete strangers—are bound to

  • The Romans Road NOT Taken!

    By Christine Egbert The last stanza of Robert Frost’s famous poem, “The Road Less Traveled” reads: “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” Those of us who have returned to the ancient paths, to the


    What Scripture Says About TORAH By Christine Egbert In English Torah gets translated as LAW.  More accurately, Torah is instruction. It is God’s instruction to mankind, instructions which fall into two categories: loving God and loving our fellow man. Those who misunderstand Paul’s writings often take him out of context